Overview of Q30 – a compact premium vehicle – as Infiniti offers an extended test drive at your favoured location.
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Infiniti Private Drive brings the manufacturer's Q30 to your location for an extended, 60 minute, test drive. It is a break with convention that echoes the “innovative spirit” of this compact premium model, Infiniti said.
Infiniti Private Drive is only available in certain parts of the country, for an extremely limited period. The dates and areas are:
- Birmingham: May 12th 2016 - May 15th 2016;
- Bristol: May 19th 2016 to May 22nd 2016;
- Cambridge: May 5th 2016 to May 8th 2016;
- Glasgow: June 9th 2016 to June 12th 2016;
- Leeds: May 26th 2016 to May 29th 2016;
- Maidstone: June 2nd 2016 to June 5th 2016;
- Newcastle: May 5th 2016 to May 8th 2016;
- Norwich: May 26th 2016 to May 29th 2016;
- Reading: May 12th 2016 to May 15th 2016;
- Stockport: June 2nd 2016 to June 5th 2016;
- St Albans: May 19th 2016 to May 22nd 2016.
To participate you must: be resident in Great Britain, aged 25 or over, have a driving license valid in the UK, live within 18 miles of a participating centre, book a test in advance of the event start date, and accept delivery at the specified location and time.
Infiniti Q30 overview
The Infiniti Q30 has a sporty, crossover, style and comes with front or 4-wheel-drive. It has 5 doors, 5 seats, a hatchback-style boot and class-competitive 430-litre cargo capacity. Its high seating position makes access easier and provides an elevated view.
Q30 engines include the: 1.6-litre 122PS petrol, 1.6-litre 156PS petrol, 2.0-litre 211hp petrol, 1.5-litre 109PS diesel and a 2.2-litre 170PS diesel. There is a choice of 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic transmission. The latter enables motorists to cruise in full auto, or select any cog manually via paddles behind the wheel.
Trims are: SE, Premium, City Black Edition, Business Executive, Premium Tech and Sport. All have a wide range of equipment. For example, even the SE – the entry level version - warns motorists when a collision is likely then brakes should they fail to respond.
Further equipment highlights include: self-steering into parking spaces, multiple cameras, touch-screen satellite navigation, lane departure warning, dual-zone climate control, voice recognition, key-less entry, blind spot monitor, automatic headlights, tyre pressure monitor, hill-start assist and BOSE premium stereo system.
The Infiniti Q30 SE costs from £20,550. The Premium costs £21,600, the City Black Edition £25,410, the Business Executive £24,130, the Premium Tech £25,480 and the Sport trim tips the scales at £26,180.