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Infiniti Q70

  • Road Test
  • Predicted Reliability
  • Predicted Owner Satisfaction
Although long in the tooth, the Q70 is still competitive. The lively 330-hp V6 and smooth seven-speed automatic combine to return 21 mpg overall in our tests. A V8 and a V6 hybrid are also available. Handling is quite agile, and the steering gives good feedback to the driver. The ride is firm and absorbs bumps well, but some competitors have a softer, more luxurious ride. The Q70 is also behind the competition in terms of cabin quietness, partly because of the noticeable engine noise under high revs. Very good interior quality, a roomy rear seat, and easy-to-use controls are positives, although cabin ambience is austere. Blind-spot intervention is optional. An extended-length L version with a roomier rear seat is also available. The Q70 might lack some pizazz, but it is a less-expensive alternative to its competitors.
All Ratings & Reliability
2014 Redesign Year
Infiniti Q70 2017
Model year 2014 brought a name change to the M sedan to the Q70. Quick, quiet, and roomy, it scored well. A not-so-impressive rear-drive hybrid version was also introduced. The optional Technology Package adds a variety of safety aids. These include lane keep assist, which can also prevent changing lanes into an unseen car. The active cruise control function has autonomous braking, as well as a forward-collision warning system.  Styling was facelifted for 2015, which also marked the introduction of a long-wheelbase Q70L model.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 N/A N/A
2016 $30,525 - $37,525 $26,725 - $33,375
2015 $26,075 - $32,125 $22,360 - $28,110
2014 $21,325 - $24,750 $17,750 - $21,000