Overview & Reviews
For 2014, Infiniti has renamed its former M midsize luxury sedan the Q70, but there are only a few actual changes. Fuel economy is improved on the Q70 Hybrid, which has a 31 mpg EPA combined rating -- up from 29 combined on last year's M35 Hybrid. Beyond that, rear-wheel-drive 2014 Infiniti Q70s with the Sport package have revised suspension tuning, and all 3.7 Sport models get a supplemental engine oil cooler. The optional four-wheel active steering system is no longer available.
- Sporty character
- Hybrid model's excellent fuel economy.
- Strong performance with any of the available engines
- Classy, well-built interior
- Base V6 isn't very fuel-efficient and sounds coarse during hard acceleration.
- Overly firm ride quality
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Rattle in the dash with less than 200 miles - 2014 Infiniti Q70
By tntstark - July 14 - 11:59 am
I purchased this car three days ago. Before the odometer hit 200 miles, the dash had a rattle anytime I drove on any road that wasn't perfectly smooth. The eight year old Mercedes I traded in for this car had no rattles when driven on the same roads and it was a soft top. This is completely unaccepted for a brand new upscale vehicle.