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2014 Infiniti Q50: Competent but not a game changer
2014 Infiniti Q50: Competent but not a game changer

Infiniti has a simple plan to break the German stranglehold on the sport sedan segment — build an "overwhelmingly superior" challenger, in the words of Chief Executive Johan de Nysschen. Unfortunately, the 2014 Infiniti Q50 sports sedan fails to hit that high standard. This new model is the first that Nissan's luxury brand has rolled out under the regime of De Nysschen, who came to Infiniti last year from Audi. The Q50 is competitive, to be sure, but it won't transform the brand. The Q50, formerly known as the G37, starts at $37,605. It faces a steep challenge in stealing attention from venerated models including the BMW 3-Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and...

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