An Infiniti Q50 car insurance rates $220 a month, or $2,640 annually, more than double the national average of $1,300. The yearly insurance cost–to–base vehicle price ratio is 7.8 percent with a starting price of $33,950, which is a bit higher than the average of 4%.
- Infiniti Q50 money-saving safety features
- How safe is the Infiniti Q50?
- How does the Infiniti Q50 compare to other car models?
Infiniti Q50 money-saving safety features
If your Infiniti Q50 has the following safety features, you may be able to save money on your auto insurance.
- Anti-lock brakes
- Stability control
- Seatbelt pretensioners
- Anti theft system
How safe is the Infiniti Q50?
To determine the safety of the Q50’s 2017 model, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) assessed it. Only the rollover crash test was performed by the NHTSA, and it received the highest safety rating available. There was no rating from IIHS for the small overlap front test; nevertheless, all other crash tests were rated as excellent, earning the maximum possible score. The IIHS also gave the front crash prevention its highest possible grade of superior, indicating excellent performance.
Forensic experts PT&C/LWG rated the Infiniti Q50 as the second most hackable vehicle model on the market in 2015.
The Infiniti Q50 replaced the Infiniti G sedan in 2014 and has been around since then. Its excellent safety ratings and powerful engines have made the premium compact vehicle a popular choice. A hybrid model is also offered. This is the first hybrid vehicle from Infiniti in their entry-level range.
Infiniti offers financing alternatives.
How does the Infiniti Q50 compare to other car models?
On our list of the 360 most expensive vehicle models to insure, the Infiniti Q50 is exactly in the center.
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