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  • John Diether
    Automotive Editor - September 19, 2016


    INFINITI's newest model is also its most affordable and hardest to categorize. The QX30 is officially billed as a compact crossover, but looks more like a hatchback and handles with the precision of a sporty coupe. Whatever you want to call it, the QX30 is certainly something unique in the entry-level luxury class.

    What's New for 2017

    The QX30 is a totally new model.

    Choosing Your INFINITI QX30

    Every QX30 is powered by a turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder engine with 208 horsepower, matched to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive comes standard, and some trim levels are eligible for all-wheel drive, which increases ride height by 1.2 inches.

    The cabin certainly measures up to what we expect in a luxury vehicle and can accommodate up to five passengers. With the rear seat in place, you get 19.2 cubic feet of cargo space, which is quite decent for a vehicle of this size. However, total capacity is just 34 cubic feet, which trails more traditional crossovers by a significant margin.

    The new QX30 is offered in four trim levels: Base, Luxury, Premium, and Sport.


    Comes with front-drive only and standard features like leatherette upholstery, keyless access and ignition, auto-dimming mirrors, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, and INFINITI's InTouch infotainment system with HD and satellite radio, voice controls, and seven audio speakers. You also get run-flat tires on 18-inch alloy wheels.


    Adds leather upholstery, power heated front seats with driver memory, a rear center armrest with pass-through, and a leather dash insert. All-wheel drive becomes available at this level.


    Gets a premium Bose sound system, LED foglamps, roof rails, body-color mirror housings, and a panoramic sunroof. (The roof rails and sunroof are technically no-charge options, and must be in place if you want to add option packages.) The available Navigation package adds a navigation system and front and rear parking sensors. Models so equipped are eligible for a Technology package with adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, a surround-view camera system, and front collision alert with automatic emergency braking. Exclusive to this trim is a Gallery White Theme package featuring white upholstery and interior trim with red accents. Other add-ons include wood interior trim, LED lighting, and 19-inch wheels with summer performance tires.


    Rides on a lowered, sport-tuned suspension with standard 19-inch wheels and performance tires. Other upgrades include sportier body trim, an automated parking system, standard parking sensors, and leatherette front sport seats with faux suede accents (genuine leather available). Other equipment and options are similar to what's offered on the Premium. Note that Sport is front-drive only.

    CarsDirect Tip

    With an MSRP of $30,000, the base model seems like a great deal until you realize that you can't get power seats, leather, or all-wheel drive. Upgrading to the Luxury is almost mandatory in our view, but its lack of options limits its appeal as well. That makes the Premium the sweet spot for most buyers.

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