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Infiniti Reviews

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Good: Rare take on the premium hatchback. Very well built. Decent amount of standard kit. 1.5-litre diesel is frugal. Five star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: Expensive. Uninspiring cabin design. Not much space. Limited engine range. Poor depreciation. Unyielding ride in Sport models.
Good: Offered with a Mercedes Benz 2.1 litre diesel engine with impressive 400Nm torque. Good claimed economy. Hybrid version offers strong performance.
Bad: Vague handling. Diesel engine is noisy. Slow shifting seven-speed automatic.
Good: Good-looking coupe that's a rare sight compared to rivals like the Audi A5. Strong performance from 3.0-litre which also has four-wheel drive.
Bad: Interior feels dated and not up to scratch for a supposedly premium car. Steering is artificial and over-assisted. Still has a foot-operated parking brake. No hybrid or diesel version.
Good: Delivers superb refinement and luxury. Available with 3.0-litre V6 diesel. High-quality interior. Impressive level of standard equipment. Hybrid version followed in 2011.
Bad: Infiniti not recognisable as a premium brands. Petrol engine thirsty. 2.2 Diesel engine noisy. Soft in corners.
Good: Plenty of standard equipment, good build quality, relative rarity, excellent dealer service (if there’s one close)
Bad: Only one engine and gearbox, cramped rear seats, very obviously based on the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, high cost and depreciation
Good: Good value when compared to rivals and very highly equipped as standard. Strong engines including V6 diesel from 2010. Well-built with a premium feel inside.
Bad: Small dealer network. V6 and V8 petrol engines are thirsty. Infiniti name only recognisable to those in the know.
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