Infiniti Q30 Concept Breaks Cover Ahead of 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show

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edited September 2014 in INFINITI

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  • msminkck1msminkck1 Member Posts: 7
    Do not understand why these vehicles are being marketed to the "youth" market. As a single late baby-boomer with osteoarthritis in the knees, this is the vehicle I'd want. It sits higher than a sedan so I don't have to bend too much and not so high that I need a ladder to get into it like the Escape, the Edge, etc. I can't wait to see these "new" cuvs and test drive them.
  • lions208487lions208487 Member Posts: 240
    It's more interesting than the EX was. It will depend on what power train Nissan decides to go with. The 3.5 paired with their hybrid setup would be a good fit for this vehicle. However, I'm sure Nissan will tap into their partnership with Mercedes and use their 2.0 turbo.
  • fortstringfortstring Member Posts: 111
    looks like variety, and variety is good. more choices. seems to be a recent trend among several automakers within this segment, very likable and unexpected
  • jeffinohjeffinoh Member Posts: 156
    "Infiniti says the Q30 Concept is "not a coupe, not a hatch and not a crossover," This routine is getting so tiresome. Reminds me of how US car companies used to say their designs were "European." Then minivans were not minivans. Crossovers emerged from SUVs aspiring to be "car-like," and therefore not trucks. Four-door coupes are trying to not be sedans. And while attractive, this Infiniti is not provocative. Its just small.
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