Infiniti Q70 Hybrid owners manuals
- Infotainment interface is not so easy to use
- Many driver assistance features are not standard
- A limited small-item room inside the cabin
The Infiniti Q70 and Q70L was a range of mid-size luxury sedans from Infiniti, Nissan luxury division. It's an update to the Infiniti M line with insignificant cosmetic adjustments. The Q70 title was added to reflect Infiniti's renewed classification where all model titles begin with the letter 'Q'.
The Infiniti Q70 Hybrid debuted in 2014 at the New York International Auto Show, followed Paris Motor Show, and went on sale as the 2015 model year.
The Infiniti Q70 comes in two main trim levels: 3.7 Luxe and 5.6 Luxe. The numbers indicate the engine type under the hood. There's also a hybrid version, called Q70 Hybrid Luxe. Rear-wheel drive is by default, and all-wheel drive is optional on non-hybrid models and comes paired to a seven-speed automatic transmission. The Q70 Hybrid Luxe is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 and a hybrid system delivering a total output of 360 hp.
Infiniti Q70 Hybrid known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Infiniti Q70 Hybrid are: