1 Comment
2015 Infiniti Q50 2.0T: Price And Features For Australia Photo:
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_01 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_16 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_01 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_03 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_06 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_11 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_17 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_05a Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_05 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_06 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_05a Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_12 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_05 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_18 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_02 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_07 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_09 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_13 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_04 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_14 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_04 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_08 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_08 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_10 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_02 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_15 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_03 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_02a Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_20t_turbo_australia_07 Photo: tmr
2014_infiniti_q50_3_5_s_premium_australia_09 Photo: tmr
Mike Stevens | Sep, 24 2014 | 1 Comment

Infiniti’s local Q50 line-up expands this week with the addition of the new Q50 2.0 Turbo sedan.

Officially on sale from October 1, the Q50 2.0T joins the range with a starting price of $50,900 plus on-roads.

The new variant’s debut reduces the cost of entry into the petrol line-up significantly: the diesel Q50 is priced close at $51,900, but the most affordable petrol offering was previously the $67,900 Q50 S 3.5 Hybrid.

Revealed around this time last year, the Q50 2.0T is powered by a four-cylinder Mercedes-developed engine (under the Nissan/Renault and Daimler AG alliance) that delivers 155kW at 5500rpm and 350Nm at 1250-3500rpm.

Globally, the 2.0 Turbo replaces the now discontinued 2.5 litre V6 model that was not offered in Australia.

The four-cylinder petrol engine sends power to the rear wheels through a seven-speed automatic transmission.

Direct rivals in this space include Audi’s $44,400 125kW/320Nm A4 1.8 TFSI and the $52,800 100kW/220Nm BMW 316i.

The all-new Mercedes C 200, the most expensive option in this comparison at $60,900, offers 135kW and 300Nm.

The Q50’s Japanese rival, the Lexus IS, offers a naturally-aspirated 153kW/252Nm 2.5 litre V6 at the entry end, priced from $55,900. (A turbo IS 200t model is expected to appear in 2015.)

But except for the IS 2.5’s 9.2 l/100km, the Q50 is outdone by its rivals for thirstiness: the Infiniti lists consumption at 7.3 l/100km, while none of the Germans list fuel figures above 7.0 l/100km.

For buyers, then, the Q50 2.0T may prove to be something of a ‘power at the pedal over penny-pinching at the pump’ proposition.

But, as the Q50 2.0T’s higher fuel figures keep it from entering below the luxury car tax's 7.0 l/100km environmental threshold - a fact that will result in higher on-road costs.

(Infiniti is also running promotional drive-away pricing until the end of December, which sees the Q50 2.0T GT on the road at $55,900.)



As with other models in the range, the Q50 2.0T is offered in three trims: entry GT, mid-spec S and the top S Premium.

All are well-specified offerings, easily matching - and in some cases bettering - the standard kit of the model’s direct rivals.

In GT form, the Q50 2.0T’s features include 17-inch alloy wheels, leather appointed seats, two touchscreen displays with DAB+ digital radio, satellite navigation with traffic alerts, reversing camera and Bluetooth calling and audio connectivity.

There’s also LED headlights with LED daytime lamps, climate control, powered front seat adjustment, memory settings for the driver’s seat, tyre pressure monitoring, and a smart key for entry and push-button ignition.

The GT can also be had with a $3000 Enhancement Pack that adds a powered sunroof and 18-inch alloys.

Moving up to the $56,900 S grade adds the 18-inch alloys as standard, a sports front bumper design, Direct-Adaptive Steering, paddle shifters, electric sunroof, Bose 14-speaker audio, and Active Lane Control.

Standard with the top S Premium, at $60,500, are 19-inch light alloys and a host of safety extras that include radar cruise control and distance alert, forward collision avoidance with emergency braking, lane departure alert and prevention, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, active high beams and a surround-view camera for parking visibility.

For more on the Q50 range, see our links below.

MORE: Infiniti Q50 Details, News and Reviews
MORE: Infiniti | Midsized Prestige Cars



  • Q50 2.0T GT - $50,900 plus on-roads ($55,900 drive-away)
  • Q50 2.0T S - $56,900 ($63,147)
  • Q50 2.0T S Premium - $60,500 ($67,347)
  • Q50 2.2d GT - $51,900 ($56,809)
  • Q50 2.2d S - $57,900 ($64,197)
  • Q50 2.2d S Premium - $61,900 ($68,397)
  • Q50 Hybrid S - $67,900 ($74,597)
  • Q50 S Premium AWD - $73,900 ($81,787)

TMR Comments
Latest Comments
The size of your tyre is located on the sidewall of your tyre.
It will be similar to the sample below.