Infiniti QX30 (2016–2020)

Model History

November 2015

Infiniti QX30 revealed

Alongside the Q30, revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2015, the QX30 will play an integral role in Infiniti’s promise to offer customers a broader range of premium products.

Remaining true to the powerful and elegant design cues that guided the original QX30 concept, the car’s highly sculpted exterior, unique crossover stance and asymmetric cabin design exemplify Infiniti’s design-led approach to product development.

April 2016

QX30 prices announced

At its market introduction, QX30 will be available in two trim levels, equipped with a 170PS 2.2d diesel engine with an intelligent all-wheel drive system and 7-speed dual clutch transmission. QX30 Premium starts at £29,490, the top version, QX30 Premium Tech, will be available from £33,370.

February 2018

QX30 range updated

QX30 will only feature in Luxe and Luxe Tech grades but offers design updates, with optional 19-inch resurfaced, 5 double spokes light alloy wheels, attributing to a more commanding look.

Both Q30 and QX30 offer a set of connected services, such as “InTouch Tracking” to track the car in case it was stolen, and “My Car Finder” to see the whereabouts of the car on a map and provide a route back to its location. Prices start at £20,600 for the Q30 1.6-litre petrol version with the Sport repositioned to offer even better value than before from £26,060.

What does a Infiniti QX30 (2016 – 2020) cost?