02-26-23

What are the differences between the INFINITI Q50 and QX50?

Although they share a similar name, there are actually several differences between the INFINITI Q50 and QX50. While both have the same INFINITI luxury and warranty, they're two completely different vehicles with different engines, body styles, and standard features. Follow our guide below to help you decide, or contact the team at Redwood City INFINITI for more personalized service.

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Comparing the Q50 and QX50

Deciding between the Q50 and QX50 can be as easy as knowing your price range and the type of vehicle you'd like. If you're searching for a traditional four-door sedan, then the Q50 might be the right choice for you. The 2023 model is available in three trims, each with available all-wheel drive. There are more standard features included in the Q50 On the other hand, the QX50 is a crossover SUV with five trim options and available AWD. Both provide comfortable seating for five, with the QX50 offering over twice the amount of cargo space. To compare further, check out some of the specs and features below.

2023 INFINITI Q50 - Starting MSRP $42,650

  • 3.0L V6 Twin Turbo-charged Engine in 300hp or 400hp
  • Trim Levels: Luxe, Sensory, and Red Sport 400
  • 7-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • Automatic LED Headlights and Fog Lights
  • Power Sliding Moonroof
  • INFINITI Intelligent Key
  • Standard Leather-Appointed Seating with Available Quilted Semi-Aniline Leather-Appointed Seating
  • Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob
  • BOSE Performance Series 16-Speaker Audio with INFINITI Voice Recognition
  • Rear View Monitor
  • Available in Black Opal Edition

2023 INFINITI QX50 - Starting MSRP $40,300

  • 2.0L VC-Turbo Engine
  • Trim Levels: Pure, Luxe, Sport, Sensory, and Autograph AWD
  • Continuously Variable Transmission with Drive Mode Selector
  • Automatic LED Headlights with Available Fog Lights
  • Available Power Moonroof
  • INFINITI Intelligent Key
  • Standard Leatherette Seating with Available Leather-Appointed or Semi-Aniline Leather-Appointed Seating
  • Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob
  • 6-Speaker Audio with INFINITI Voice Recognition
  • Rear View Monitor

Find the Q50 and QX50 at Redwood City INFINITI

Want to compare the two for yourself and see what each trim has to offer? Visit us today at Redwood City INFINITI! We can schedule a test drive and demonstrate all the amazing features included with the Q50 and QX50. Contact us today to get started!

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09-08-22

What’s new in the 2023 INFINITI Q50?

If you're looking for a powerful luxury sedan that stands out from the crowd, you've probably come across the INFINITI Q50. Coming onto the scene in 2013, the Q50 has remained a strong sedan option as many automakers turn to crossovers and SUVs. As the last sedan in INFINITI's lineup, the Q50 boasts a powerful twin V-6 engine, a luxury interior, and several features for your ideal driving experience. Choose the standard rear-wheel drive, or upgrade your experience with all-wheel for added safety and security.

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Q50 Features and Specs

As in years past, the INFINITI Q50 comes in three different trim options. Although all are luxury, each is a slight step up from the next with upgraded features and additional add-ons. With each level of trim comes a different price point, starting between $43,675 and $57,525. The slight rise in price is worth it, though, since all trim levels now come with the Premium Care Program. The maintenance package includes oil changes, coolant top-off, and tire rotation - all at no additional cost.

All come with luxury features like heated steering wheel, various driver assist technology, and more legroom than most comparable sedans. The dual-screen infotainment system is enabled with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for seamless streaming and entertainment to accompany the Bose sound system, while the Wi-Fi Hotspot allows up to seven devices to pair.

front view 2023 infiniti q50

Q50 Luxe

Although not much has changed, the 2023 Q50 Luxe has a few attractive new options. The base Luxe trim is now available with the option for a saddle brown interior, which was once only available in the Sensory trim.  Enjoy the Q50 Luxe's 18" premium alloy wheels on your smooth drive.

Q50 Sensory

A step up from the Luxe, the Sensory trim has 19" wheels and a newly-added Radiant Grille Emblem, previously only available on the Red Sport 400.

Q50 Red Sport 400

The Q50's most expensive trim level boasts a significant power increase in both engine size and torque. High-end suspension and a brake upgrade make the driving experience feel more powerful and luxurious to accompany the higher price.

Keep an eye out for your new 2023 INFINITI Q50 right here at Redwood City INFINITI. Browse our inventory of new vehicles, contact us online, or call to talk to a member of our staff to get in your new car today!

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04-08-22

Why Are The INFINITI Q50 and Q60 so Similar?

What's the difference between the 2022 INFINITI Q50 and Q60?

On paper, it can certainly be hard to tell the 2022 INFINITI Q50 and Q60 apart. It’s true, they occupy a very similar space, but we can help you make the right choice. What’s the difference between the 2022 INFINITI Q50 and Q60? Redwood City INFINITI can walk you through both of these models in terms of power, size, and more.

2022 INFINITI Q60 parked red front viewAre the Q50 and Q60 Sedans?

Here’s the biggest difference between these two models. The Q50 has four doors and a low roofline compared to an SUV or crossover, which would make it fit the traditional definition of a sedan. However, the Q60 is a little different with an even lower roofline and just two doors making it a coupe.

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Is there a size difference between the Q50 and Q60?

You might expect the Q60 to be shorter, and it is, but perhaps not by as much as you’d think. It loses about 5 inches in overall length but still maintains the same wheelbase as the Q50. It’s actually a full inch wider than the Q50 too and has a roofline nearly 3 inches shorter in height.

When it comes to the interior, the Q60 still has room for 4 passengers—one less than the Q50—with a total passenger volume of 85.4 cubic feet which is 15.6 less than the Q50. In terms of legroom, shoulder room, headroom, etc. the Q50 is going to win out by small margins. Additionally, while the Q50 offers 13.4 cubic feet of trunk room, the Q60 only offers 8.7 cubic feet. All things to keep in mind while you are considering your options.

Performance Specs of the INFINITI Q50 and Q60

Regardless of which model you choose, and even regardless of trim level, both the Q50 and Q60 enjoy the same engine. A 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 powerplant that is capable of outputting up to 400 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. Either way, you’ll have a performance ride, but the coupe design of the Q60 lends itself more to the sportscar lifestyle.

Both of these cars come with rear-wheel drive standard, but also offer all-wheel drive options. One upgrade that the Q60 does receive is an active suspension on the top RED trim level which isn’t available on the Q50.


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