2015 INFINITI Q70L Values
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2015 model year changes
A new long-wheelbase version arrives for 2015, bestowing a few more inches to rear-seat passengers.
Mix of traditional luxury and sport-sedan attitude; plush interior upholsteries and trims; acceleration and performance; hybrid powertrain availability; advanced accident avoidance technology
Special features for 2015
The Q70 strikes an unusual mix of luxury, economy and sportiness that's unmatched in this class, with strong powertrains, nimble handling and a quiet, refined interior. Its styling looks at once traditional yet flamboyant, and some will prefer the straightforward interior design to the screen-based systems in other luxury vehicles. The Q70 hybrid model provides gobs of power and torque all while delivering the fuel economy of a smaller car. The Q70 lineup features a wide range of tech gadgetry, including Blind Spot Intervention, setting the Q70 sedan apart from other cars in its class. A base V6-powered Q70 starts below $50,000-- well below the opening price of a BMW 7-series or Audi A8.
A roomy and feature-laden cabin that seats five, the power to take to the roads without compromise and an array of superior options are all highlights of the 2015 Q70L by Infiniti. It’s outfitted with 18” premium alloy wheels (upgradable to 20”), automatic and adaptive bi-xenon headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, powered trunk with automated soft-closing functionality, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, front and rear parking sensors with backup camera, 8” touchscreen and integrated GPS, heated, powered and ventilated front seats, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, lane departure and collision warning system, all-season touring tires and a 16-speaker premium Bose audio system. The Q70L packs some serious punch under the hood, powered by a beefy 5.6-liter V8 engine that boasts all-wheel drive and that turns out a surprising 416 horsepower and 414 pound-feet of torque. The car comes with a four-year/60,000-mile warranty.