Window Tint Infiniti Q50
Window Tint Infiniti Q50 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. We have applied Llumar CTX- Nano Ceramic Tint 15% all over the windows, benefits: superior heat rejection for improved comfort, more than 99% UV protection to help protect your skin, privacy for passengers and belongings, less distracting glare.
Infiniti’s artfully sculpted and muscular midsizer, the Q50, but its performance is less scintillating. The 208-hp turbo 2.0-liter inline-four will disappoint enthusiasts, but a 300-hp twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 is offered, as is a hybrid powertrain good for 360 hp and 32-mpg highway. All Q50s get a seven-speed automatic and either rear- or all-wheel drive. The infotainment system offers apps for email and concierge services; adaptive cruise control and automated emergency braking are optional.
Keep the Q50 pointed down a straight highway and you may never notice its deficiencies. The steering wheel tracks straight and demands few corrections, the ride is comfortable on smooth pavement, and the seven-speed automatic transmission executes nearly seamless upshifts. Get a little frisky, though, and you’ll notice that the steering is imprecise and uncommunicative and that the ride is jittery over uneven pavement (perhaps a consequence of our test car’s 19-inch wheels, standard on this Sport trim). The transmission takes a beat before it responds to commands from the paddle shifters; left to its own devices, it sometimes stumbles in search of the appropriate cruising gear—we noticed it ambling along at 75 mph on the highway in sixth, for instance.
That’s not to say that the Q50 3.0T doesn’t have any tricks up its sleeve. Its trip to our test track revealed this all-wheel-drive example to be proficient in one important category: effortless power delivery. From a standing start, this Q50 3.0T reached 60 mph in 5.0 seconds flat.
So, should we believe this Q50’s aggressively styled exterior and performance-oriented order sheet? Or do we heed the lessons of its comfortable leather seats and its quietly powerful engine? Perhaps neither. The Q50 is less an undercover agent than an unfocused but still broadly pleasing alternative to the Teutonic triumvirate of the Audi A4, the BMW 3-series, and the Mercedes-Benz C-class. From the outside, it looks more expensive than the $35,195 starting price of a rear-wheel-drive four-cylinder model, and as equipped with this twin-turbo V-6 engine, it can outrun those more pedigreed competitors. Purists may not be satisfied by the compromises the Q50 makes in pursuit of its conflicting aspirations, but less persnickety drivers are likely to find just enough good stuff.