2015 Infiniti Q70 has starting price of £32,650 in the UK

Article by Christian A., on January 6, 2015

Infiniti has confirmed the pricing for its Q70 saloon range for this year in the United Kingdom. The starting model, the new Q70 Premium 2.2d, carries a base price of £32,650. It is powered by a four-cylinder diesel engine paired to a standard seven-speed automatic gearbox, emitting the Q70 emits just 129g/km of CO2 while offering stirring performance thanks to 170PS and a generous 400 Nm of torque.

This version features as standard full LED headlights, chromed accents on the front grille, a rear-view camera, front and rear parking sensors, with standard Connectiviti+ navigation, 18-inch wheels and leather seats with ventilation.

The combination of appealing standard technology and equipment and attractive pricing is expected to make the new Q70 Premium 2.2d model the most popular Q70 variant in the UK.

Customers could also avail of the ‘Sport' variant that boasts of more expressive front bumper, uprated brakes as well as 20-inch wheels. Tech variants, meanwhile, features Infiniti's Dynamic Safety Shield that includes intelligent cruise control, lane departure prevention and blind-spot intervention.

Only selected Premium and Sport models feature Dynamic Safety Shield. Tech variants also feature Bose Premium Surround Sound with 16 speakers and Around-View Monitor with Moving Object Detection and Forest air-conditioning.

Customers could also avail of both 3.7-litre V6 petrol power and the Infiniti Direct Response Hybrid powertrain for the flagship Q70 Hybrid.

The flagship boasts of being able to sprint from zero to 62mph in just 5.3 seconds while just emitting 145g of carbon dioxide per km travel. All the latest Q70 models are upgraded both inside and outside. While its headlights still has the distinctive Infiniti design, they are now full LED. [source: Infiniti]

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New Infiniti Q70 range to cost from £32,650 (UK)

An attractive new entry price point, lower CO2, extra equipment including full LED front and rear lighting, and a sharp new family look sum up Infiniti’s premium Q70 saloon range for 2015, prices for which have been confirmed.

The upgraded line-up, on sale across Europe from January, starts with a new Q70 2.2d model, powered by a four-cylinder diesel engine developed as part of Infiniti’s strategic cooperation with Daimler.

Mated to a standard seven-speed automatic transmission with available paddleshift (depending on model), the new 2.2 diesel unit in the Q70 emits just 129g/km of CO2 while offering stirring performance thanks to 170PS and a generous 400NM of torque.

Replacing the 3.0-litre V6 diesel in the Q70 range, the new Q70 Premium 2.2d is priced from £32,650. The car comes as standard with full LED headlights, chromed accents on the front grille, a rear-view camera, front and rear parking sensors, with standard Connectiviti+ navigation, 18-inch wheels and leather seats with ventilation, in what is a typically generous Infiniti standard specification.

It is expected that such attractive pricing for a large premium saloon endowed with exceptional technology and equipment will make the new Q70 2.2d model the most popular Q70 variant in the UK market.

Other versions in the new line-up comprise of ‘Sport’, with an even more expressive look to the front bumper, uprated brakes and 20-inch wheels, among other changes.

Available with selected Premium and Sport models, Tech models come with Infiniti’s Dynamic Safety Shield (intelligent cruise control, lane departure prevention and blind-spot intervention), Bose Premium Surround Sound with 16 speakers and Around-View Monitor with Moving Object Detection and Forest air-conditioning.

As well as the new 2.2 diesel engine, the Q70 for 2015 is available with both 3.7-litre V6 petrol power and, for the flagship, the award-winning Infiniti Direct Response Hybrid powertrain. Benefitting from the enhancements introduced on the Q50S Hybrid, the latest Q70 Hybrid offers even more performance – accelerating from 0-62mph in just 5.3s – and better efficiency, with CO2 emissions at 145g/km.

Marking their European debut at the Paris Motor Show last October, the latest Q70 models are upgraded both under the skin (with improvements to refinement and ride comfort) and above it. A new, more chiselled look to front and rear bumper sections enhances the seductive shape while bringing the Q70 closer to the new family look introduced with the Q50. The headlights retain the distinctive Infiniti design but, for all models in the range they are full LED, like the rear lights.

Prices for each of the versions and their options are attached. The new Q70 will arrive in the Infiniti network from January 2015.

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