Infiniti Q30 review - Japanese premium compact takes on German rivals - Infiniti Q30 design
Not a car to make you grin on a twisty road, but ride and refinement are both Q30 trump cards
Infiniti seems to have found some aesthetic confidence over the last few years and the Q30 is generally a successful manifestation of that. The sweeping curves and sharp lines all look fairly cohesive and Infiniti’s corporate face is less likely to cause distress than that of its Japanese rival Lexus.
If there’s one thing that could be improved, it’s that as a pseudo-crossover the Q30 isn’t as sleek as it could be. We’d be intrigued to see one with a few inches removed from its ride height – which would no doubt bring benefits for handling, too.
In this review
- 1Infiniti Q30 review - Japanese premium compact takes on German rivals
- 2Infiniti Q30 performance and 0-60mph time
- 3Infiniti Q30 engine and gearbox
- 4Infiniti Q30 ride and handling
- 5Infiniti Q30 MPG and running costs
- 6Infiniti Q30 prices, specs and rivals
- 7Infiniti Q30 interior and tech
- 8Infiniti Q30 design - currently reading