2016 Infiniti Q50

3.5H S 4Dr Auto [Awd]

reduced by £955, was £16,450 Infiniti Centre Belfast

Price history
23 Jun 2020 £16,450
7 Jul 2020 £15,995
8 Jul 2020 £15,495
Mileage28,955 miles
Year2016 16 registration

Kacchu Aluminium interior trim, 3x3 point rear seatbelts, ABS+EBD+Brake assist, Approaching vehicle sound for pedestrians, Driver and passenger airbags, ESP, Front and rear curtain airbags, Front side airbags, Hill start assist, TCS, Tyre pressure monitoring system, VDC Dynamic Vehicle Control, Warning triangle and first aid kit, 19" 5 triple-spoke light alloy wheels, Run flat tyres, Immobiliser, Remote keyless entry, Ultrasonic alarm, Sports suspension, 6 speakers, Auxiliary input socket, Bluetooth audio streaming, Radio/single CD player, USB/iPod connection, Aluminium front door sills, Auto dimming rear view mirror, Automatic headlights, Body colour bumpers, Body colour exterior mirrors, Electric heated folding door mirrors, Follow me home headlights, Front and rear electric windows, LED auto-level headlights and Daytime Running Light, LED fog lights, LED indicators in door mirrors, Rain sensor, Sports front bumper, Twin exhaust tailpipe, Aluminium pedals and footrest, Auto air recirculation, Driver's electric adjustable lumbar support, Dual zone electronic climate control, Electric front seats with memory function, Electric reach + rake adjustable steering column, Front armrest with storage box, Front headrests, Heated front seats, Isofix attachments on rear seats, Leather gear lever, Leather steering wheel, Leather upholstery, Multi function for steering wheel, Rear air con vents, Rear centre armrest with cupholders, Rear headrests, Sunvisors with illuminated vanity mirrors, Welcome lighting, 5" TFT driver information centre, Active lane keep assist, Adaptive steering, Bluetooth telephone connectivity, Front and rear parking sensors, Push button starter, Speed limiter, Trip computer, Voice control system,

Find more Infiniti Q50s

Try these cars


Infiniti has struggled to make an impact in the UK. The luxury brand from Nissan was billed as a rival to Lexus, but has so far failed to ignite much interest. Show the average person on the street a picture of an Infiniti and they're unlikely to recognise it.  Not that Infiniti is aiming to...