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Infiniti reveals new trim levels for Q30 and QX30

Date: 13 February 2018   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Infiniti has announced revamped range options for its Q30 hatchback and QX30 crossover.

The Q30 range now begins with Pure trim, before offering a choice between comfort-focused Luxe and Luxe Tech, or driver-focused Sport and Sport Tech.

Pure comes with standard features including forward collision avoidance, automatic headlights, LED running lights, Bluetooth audio streaming and a multi-function leather steering wheel.

Stepping up to Luxe adds InTouch navigation 18in alloy wheels, dual rectangular chrome exhaust finishers and a lane departure warning system, while Sport adds the same but with 19in alloy wheels.

Luxe Tech and Sport Tech then add DAB radio, intelligent cruise control and a blind spot warning system, along with an around-view monitor with moving object detection and an auto-parking system.

Sport and Sport Tech also add sports bumpers with a rear diffuser, along with a 20mm ride height reduction on 2.0-litre petrol and 2.2-litre diesel-engined cars.

The QX30 is only available in Lux and Lux Tech, but offers design updates with optional 19in alloy wheels.

The Q30 and QX30 offer connected services including InTouch tracking if the car is stolen, and My Car Finder, which shows the car's location on a map and provides a route back to its location.

The new trims are available to order now and will be in showrooms from March.

Prices start at £20,600 for the Q30 Pure with a 1.6-litre petrol engine.