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New York 2013: 2014 Infiniti Q50 Starts at $37,355

Written by: Ben Timmins[G+] on March 27 2013 9:30 AM

It could be a scene from “The Price is Right:” take a look at the 2014 Infiniti Q50, and guess how much it costs without going over the actual price. If you said anything $40,000, you’d lose this round–the new car will cost $37,355 when it goes on sale this summer.

Credit Infinti with some creative pricing strategies to go along with its new naming strategy. the car-formerly-known-as-the-G will cost $37,355 as part of an “introductory pre-order” deal in hopes of driving customer interest. Infiniti will also give Q50 buyers a complimentary iPad mini if they place their orders during the initial pre-order period, a sign that the “premium brands giving gifts to new owners” trend set by brands like Lincoln and cars like Hyundai’s Equus is here to stay. What might not be here to stay is the price–Infiniti hasn’t said if this MSRP will stay this low past the introductory period.

That $37,355 (some $905 less than the base 2013 Infinti G) will score you a new sedan with Infiniti’s tried-and-true 3.7-liter V-6–which makes 328 horsepower–and a seven-speed automatic transmission. For the first time, the G37 sedan won’t feature a six-speed manual transmission. From there buyers can step up to the Q50 Premium ($40,205) or the Q50 Sport ($45,655). There’s also a hybrid model that uses a 3.5-liter V-6 and a seven-speed automatic gearbox–the base Hybrid Premium starts at $44,605, while the top-spec Q50 Hybrid Sport will cost you $47,005. A turbocharged four-cylinder engine will be added to the mix in 2015; in the meantime, all-wheel drive is an $1800 option available on all trim levels and with either powertrain.

While we’re not sure how the Q50′s standard features will stack up against the competition, the Q50′s base price is a world beater, coming in thousands less than other mid-size premium/sport sedans with at least 300 horsepower and an automatic transmission. Lexus’ 2013 IS350 is the closest competitor, ringing in at $41,215, but prices go all the way up to $49,895 for Audi’s S4. Infiniti does say that its “popularly equipped” model is the Q50 Premium, which means that you’ll probably need to shell out $40,205 for a sedan that truly compares on standard/available features. Even if that’s true, the Q50 still takes the crown for the least expensive competitor, by about $1000.

The Q50 will reach dealers this summer.

Source: Infiniti

Infiniti Q50 3.7L V-6 328 seven-speed auto rear-wheel $ 37,355
Lexus IS350 3.5L V-6 306 six-speed auto rear-wheel $ 41,215
Volvo S60 T6 3.0L turbo I-6 300 six-speed auto all-wheel $ 41,545
Cadillac ATS 3.6 3.6L V-6 321 six-speed auto rear-wheel $ 42,090
Mercedes-Benz C350 Sport 3.5L V-6 302 seven-speed auto rear-wheel $ 42,305
BMW 335i 3.0L turbo I-6 300 eight-speed auto rear-wheel $ 44,045
Audi S4 3.0L supercharged V-6 333 seven-speed dual-clutch auto all-wheel $ 49,895

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I like what I see!

The Hybrid Sport is probably much cheaper than some people expected!
yes forsure! I was even having second thoughts and considered the regular sport model but now with these official numbers I have my mind set on it again. And if we make a preorder with infiniti soon we all get a free ipad and not to mention the price will go up just a bit from the msrp.

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My Q50 sport RWD with nav, spare tire, and deluxe touring came in at $48,555! The only thing I really care about is the customizable steering in the deluxe touring package.

Bring on the residual/MF information.

Depending on the programs, I will definitely look at the CLA45 AMG for that price.
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