Review: Infiniti Q60 Coupe (2009 – 2015)

Rating:

Elegant styling. High quality and plush interior. Very well equipped as standard. Refined 3.7-litre V6 engine.

No diesel and only one petrol engine in the line-up. Doesn't hold the same status as a BMW or Audi.

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18 December 2012

Infiniti changed its naming system. So out go G, M, EX and FX replaced by a simpler line-up of Q for saloons and convertibles with QX used for SUVs. The firm is hoping a move to a new naming structure... Read more

4 February 2010

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12 September 2009

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Infiniti Q60 Coupe (2009 – 2015): At A Glance

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Infiniti Q60 Coupe (2009 – 2015): What's It Like Inside?

Dimensions
Length 4655–4660 mm
Width 1820–2007 mm
Height 1387–1395 mm
Wheelbase 2850 mm

Full specifications

Standard features are as for the G37 Saloon range with the exception of the reclining rear seat and the addition of the following:

• Folding rear seat back rest
• Electric glass sunroof (delete option)
• 19-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels standard on S

G37 COUPE OPTIONS

• Seven-speed ASC automatic transmission with magnesium gearshift paddles, £1500
• Laser governed Intelligent Cruise Control (manual transmission), £750
• Intelligent Cruise Control with full-speed range and Intelligent Brake Assist (automatic transmission), £750
• African rosewood interior trim (automatic only), £300
• Metallic paint, £550 (Scratch Shield standard)
• 19-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels, £750 (standard on S)
• Multimedia Pack consisting of Rear View Camera, DVD Navigation system with voice recognition and BOSE sound system with 11 speakers, £2300

As well as Connectiviti+ satnav, Premium models come as standard with a Bose 11-speaker sound system, complete with HDD space for up to 300 CDs, reversing camera and Infiniti's innovative safety technology, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC). Choice for buyers is made even simpler for 2010 by a streamlined entry-level range for both Infiniti G and Infiniti G Coupe. But while there are now fewer options, the entry models continue to be as well equipped as ever with xenon cornering headlights, parking sensors, powered front seats, electrically adjustable steering column, 18-inch alloy wheels, i-Key smart access, cruise control/speed limiter and Scratch-shield paint all part of the deal - along now with all the multimedia advantages of the Connectiviti system. Even in standard form, Connectiviti comes with features such as seven-speaker stereo, iPod/USB compatibility with AUX-in RCA, Bluetooth audio streaming, 1CD reader with MP3 WMA compatibility and 2Gb Infiniti Music Box.

 

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What have we been asked about the Infiniti Q60 Coupe (2009 – 2015)?

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Can not driving a car enough cause brake pad and rotor issues?

My five year old Mercedes-Benz E550 has done 17,000 miles and has had the brake pads replaced and now the rotors. Apparently the reason for the rotor failure was that I drove too little. My wife had a Mercedes-Benz SUV for four years with 16,000 miles and no brake issues. I had an Infiniti GS35 for nine years with 30,000 miles, no brake issues. Is driving too little really an acceptable excuse for poor quality?
Yes, because all the time the car is left standing in winter conditions condensation moisture corrodes the brake discs. If the car is used frequently the action of the pads on the discs cleans off the corrosion. It's usually worse on the back because rear brakes only account for about 5 per cent of the braking of the car.
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