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Infiniti Q50 Gets Executive Version in the UK

Luxury car manufacturer Infiniti has announced the introduction of the “Executive” trim level for the Q50 four-door sedan in the United Kingdom, a version “specifically designed for business uses”.
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Equipped “to suit the higher mileage user with of the most advanced satellite navigation systems”, the Q50 Executive will become available in two versions, SE and Premium, both powered by the company’s 2.2-liter four-cylinder diesel engine, connected to either a manual or an automatic transmission.

The SE Executive will start from £29,870, while the higher specified Premium Executive variant, which comes with satellite navigation, heated and powered leather seats with memory and I-Key, begins at £33,470. Both can be had with a headline contract hire leasing rate of £299.99 and £336.99 respectively.

Delivery of the Infiniti Q50 Executive commences in mid-November, along with the rest of the Q50 range.

“A car of this size, power and standard specification for under £300 a month (plus VAT) is a very attractive and competitive proposition for the business user. The new Executive versions offer everything a driver expects in a car and a great deal more besides, such as our InTouch technology with dual touch-screens for a ready-to-go digital mobile office,” said Hannah Bishop, Infiniti UK fleet manager.

 
 
 
 
 

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