Infiniti has released pricing for its new QX30 crossover, which starts at $30,945 including destination costs.
That makes it cheaper than its platform mate the Mercedes GLA, along with its main competitors the Lexus NX and BMW X1.
At the bottom level, the QX30 is fitted with standard features like a seven-inch touchscreen, LED daytime running lights, paddle shifters and dual automatic climate control. A turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine provides 208 horsepower to every trim of the QX30.
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Jumping up to the Luxury model, which sells for $33,595, brings along Nappa leather, heated eight-way power adjustable front seats and a rear seat pass through. Premium models, priced at $36,295, get a Bose stereo system, rain-sensing windshield wipers, LED fog lamps, aluminum kickplates and chrome trim.
At the top of the range is the QX30 Sport which sells for $39,495 and packs a gloss black grille, a lower ride height and unique fascias in the front and rear. A flat-bottom steering wheel, aluminum wrapped pedals, Intelligent Park Assist and sport seats are also included.
Only Luxury and Premium models can be had with all-wheel drive, which cost $35,395 and $38,695 respectively.
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