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Infiniti has announced official pricing on its new 2014 Q50 sedan, which will start from $36,700 excluding a $905 destination and handling fee.

Ten models in total are being offered for the 2014 Q50, with four hybrid variants available. The Q50 AWD will run $38,500 while the Q50 Premium will ask for $39,550. All-wheel-drive Premium owners will shell out $41,350 while the Q50S will start from $43,200. Those wanting the top-of-the-line Q50S AWD will be staring at a $45,000 price tag.

As for the hybrid models, the standard Q50 Hybrid Premium will start from $43,950 while the Hybrid AWD Premium will be $45,750. Hybrid owners wanting to have a little more sport in their sedan will be looking at a $46,350 starting price on the Q50S Hybrid, and the AWD will demand an $1,800 premium.

The standard gasoline Q50 is powered by Infiniti’s 3.7-liter V6 with 328 hp while the hybrid Q50 has a 3.5-liter V6 under the hood paired with an electric motor that’s good for a total system output of 354 hp.

Read the full story on Infiniti Q50 Pricing at AutoGuide.com
 

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The 2014 Infiniti Q50 had replaced the former G37 sedan, and in keeping with tradition, it offers a powerful V6 engine and impressive feature content for an entry-level luxury sport sedan.
There are some Pros asn Cons of this car:
Pros: Many high-tech electronic and safety features; nicely detailed interior; excellent fuel economy from available hybrid model; muscular V6 engine; roomy trunk.
Cons: No option to get a frugal four-cylinder engine; subpar handling on non-Sport models fitted with factory tires.
 
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