2023 Infiniti Q50 Pricing Revealed With New Maintenance Program

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Infiniti just announced pricing on the Q50 lineup.

  • 2023 Infiniti Q50 starts from $42,650
  • Luxe trim is now the lowest trim available
  • Infiniti introduces Premium Care program on all 2023 models

The Infiniti Q50 has been around for a while. After a light update for 2022, Infiniti has unveiled the 2023 car's pricing. In short, there are more incremental changes for the car that sits opposite the range-topping QX80. As with the 2022 car, this year's model skips the now-dead base trim. As a result, the lineup now starts at $42,650 MSRP.

However, before we get to the rest of the range, it's worth discussing Infiniti Premium Care. The program is available on all 2023 and newer Infinitis, including this one. What that means is that the Q50 is a little more enticing, with three years of scheduled maintenance covering things like oil changes and inspections, plus Infiniti will even pick your car up and bring it back to you after said maintenance is done. Nice, right?

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Now, the trim levels. The Q50 has three of them: Luxe, Sensory, and the Red Sport 400. Each trim can be upgraded with Infiniti's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive for a flat $2,000. The Luxe trim kicks off the lineup at $42,650. Standard equipment includes wireless CarPlay and Android Auto.

The latter, infuriatingly, is only available through USB, rendering the wireless charger irrelevant if you use Android. Still, you'll get other luxuries such as leather-trimmed seats and a heated steering wheel, as well as a new Saddle Brown interior leather choice for 2023.

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The Q50 Sensory trim is the model's midrange trim and starts at $48,350 MSRP. Here, you'll be getting new 19-inch wheels, black wood trim, nav, and most importantly, a slightly reworked front and rear bumper for some extra sporty styling. Infiniti also includes uprated climate control with an air purifier and an illuminated emblem on the car's nose as standard.

Finally, that leaves the Q50 Red Sport 400, which continues to deliver 400 hp (hence its name) and 350 lb-ft of torque. This car also gets 19-inch wheels, this time with upgraded four-piston front and two-piston rear brakes. Infiniti also sprinkles in its own adaptive dampers. The Red Sport 400 starts at $56,500 before options.

All prices quoted exclude $1,075 destination and handling charges.

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