They waste so much space talking about Q nomenclature and HOW the tech works that they never get to actual review content. I think it's probably a hard car to review. It's got a ton of world's first technology, and nobody wants to make a stand on it. They don't want to condemn it and hurt Infiniti unduly, but they don't want to praise it and be the one oddball publication that liked the new tech. Easier to be vague and see how things shake out over time.I haven't read or seen a valid in-depth review yet. And not one on the hydrid other than a mention. I really don't know if it's Infiniti's fault or the car reviewing mags. I've read countless reviews on cars there weren't even out yet, so why wouldn't Infiniti be giving these cars away to reviewers if they believe in it?
You get many backseat passengers?I seriously considered the ATS For a while. I drove one and it was a nice drive but the lack of rear seat and trunk space killed it for me. I might have impulse purchased one a few months back if they had my color combo but I'm glad they didn't. I would have regretted the space issue though so I'm glad I waited for the Q. I'm willing to give up some slight performance (although in real world driving I wouldn't say there was a noticeable difference between the two) for great driving dynamics and more space. When it's all said and done, I need a sedan not a coupe and the ATS felt as small as a coupe to me. I literally got claustrophobic getting into the back seat.
That's personal Dan and I'll thank you to stay out of my affairsYou get many backseat passengers?
Unless you move up to the S-class category, most HUDs show car speed and navigation info. The center screen on the Q50 displays navigation directions and a host of other features. More than makes up for lack of HUD.I actually really like the idea of a HUD. Wish they offered it on the Q. Just the darn, limiting space. It's a trade off to make the car more throwable but not one I can live with unfortunately.
Agreed. Plus the HUD on the ATS isn't all that great. It's just nice to not have to take your eyes off the road at all. As a bit of a tech geek, it was just something that jumped out at meUnless you move up to the S-class category, most HUDs show car speed and navigation info. The center screen on the Q50 displays navigation directions and a host of other features. More than makes up for lack of HUD.