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Infiniti Signature Sale Raises Its PCP Deposit Contribution £500

Motor manufacturer cuts the cost of a wide range of prestigious vehicles by further optimising its finance terms.

Signature Sale explained

Infiniti Personal Contract Plan terms have been enhanced via the manufacturer's Signature Sale that requires it to contribute a further £500 toward the deposit of your Q30, QX30, or Q50. This offer - that complements a 3.99% APR (representative) – relates to every version of these models. Simply commit by September 11th 2016. 

A Personal Contract Plan incorporates fixed, monthly, instalments over a specified time in addition to your deposit. The supplier also estimates how much the vehicle is likely to be worth at the end of the contract to establish its optional final payment. That can be made if you choose to purchase, rather than return, the car.

Infiniti Q30 overview

The Infiniti Q30 is a compact, premium, class vehicle. It has 5 doors, 5 seats, a hatchback-style boot and 430-litre cargo capacity. Engine options include the: 1.6-litre 122PS petrol, 2.0-litre 211PS petrol, 1.5-litre 109PS diesel and the 2.1-litre 170PS diesel.

Furthermore, this fashion statement is available with front or 4-wheel drive and 6-speed manual, or 7-speed automatic, transmission. Equipment highlights include the Around View Monitor that provides a 360 degree, aerial, view of the surroundings to make parking easier. Images come via a camera on each side plus a colour screen.

Infiniti QX30 overview

The QX30 is a premium, active, crossover class vehicle that has 5 doors, 5 seats, and a 430-litre cargo capacity. Core strengths include the standard-fit 4x4 system. Its primary purpose is not to facilitate extreme, hard-core, off-road adventures but to make motoring safer when the surface of the road is damp, icy, or snowy. 

It has a 2.2-litre, 170PS, diesel engine teamed with 7-speed automatic transmission. Equipment highlights include Automatic Park Assistance which is part of the optional Tech Pack and Safety Packs. Its purpose is to steer the vehicle into parallel parking bays so you only have to operate the throttle, gearbox, and brakes. 

Infiniti Q50 overview

The Infiniti Q50 is a larger, 4-door, sports saloon and the Forward Emergency Braking system is among its core strengths. The system scans the road for hazards then – should you fail to react – brakes automatically to avoid a collision or mitigate its severity. It is one system among many which from part of the Dynamic Safety Shield.

Infiniti Q50 engine options include the: 3.5-litre 364PS Hybrid (petrol and electric), the 2.0-litre 211PS turbocharged petrol and the 2.2-litre 170PS diesel. There is also a choice of rear or 4-wheel-drive and 6-speed manual, or 7-speed auto, transmission. Depending on the version, cargo capacity is 400, 450 or 500-litres.