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I thought that I would put together this list of the pros and cons of the Infiniti Q60 that I have read about so far. Then people can discuss or add to each list.
Powerful, responsive, and comfortable - The Q60 delivers all three unlike others in this segment. Highway comfort is established through the use of extra gear that dampens road noise by lowering RPM levels and giving a smooth, even ride at speed. The power comes from the 3.7-liter V6 that produces 330 hp.
Great styling - You can tell just by looking at it
Cool features - The Infiniti Q60 is chalked full of fun technology. Two of the coolest features, in my opinion, are the adaptive climate control and the intelligent cruise control. The adaptive cruise control takes into consideration the speed of the vehicle so that the temperature of the car remains constant even when traveling with the convertible top down. The intelligent cruise control keeps track of the speed of the car in front of you to automatically slow the car when traffic slows down, and then it will speed the car back up to your set speed once traffic starts moving again.
Not a 'green' vehicle - With an EPA rating of 17/25 mpg, the Q60 isn't terrible, but it also isn't that great. The Q60 pulls in a combined rating of 19 mpg, and is somewhere in the middle of the green scale. When your vehicle weighs 4,200 lbs, its hard to get fuel efficiency up to something impressive.
Rear legroom and headroom - If you are traveling with passengers in your backseat, they may notice that space is tight. In both legroom and headroom the Q60 has less than most of its 2-door rivals.
Noisy Convertible Roof - The convertible hardtop's roof can sometimes be noisy making annoying squeaks and rattles every so often.
Feel free to add to either list, or tell me why you think I'm wrong about anything above.
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