Infiniti changed the way it named its cars this year, and the midsize Infiniti Q70 sedan is a direct descendent of the former M. It’s available in rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models, and all models use a 7-speed automatic transmission mated to a V6 or V8 engine.
The Q70 is also available as a hybrid model.
What's New for 2014
A new name heads the list of changes this year. An oil cooler, and new shocks/spring configurations are added to rear-drive Sport models.
Choosing Your Infiniti Q70
Your preferred engine and drive type determines which trim level you choose:
Option packages enable customization:
Premium includes navigation, moonroof, voice recognition, 11-speaker Bose audio system, driver's seat memory, steering wheel and outside mirror synchronization, driver's seat power lumbar support, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel and Rear Sonar System.
Deluxe Touring adds ash wood trim, semi-aniline leather-appointed seats, suede headliner, power rear shade and a ventilation system.
Technology Packages includes adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and prevention, forward-collision warning, blind spot monitoring and adaptive front lighting.
The Sport Package adds 20-inch wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, four-wheel active steering, sport brakes, magnesium paddle shifters and sport seats.
There's a vast difference in price between starting prices for 3.7 and 5.6 models. The latter comes with lots of extras as standard equipment, though, so don't automatically opt for the 3.7 because it's the "cheaper" car—by the time it's equipped like a 5.6, the difference might not be as great.
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