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An Infiniti Q50 review. Which BMW does this one rival? This Infiniti Q50 is the Japanese firm’s BMW 3-Series, which also makes it a Mercedes C-Class and Audi A4 rival. Effectively a premium cousin to Nissan, Infiniti has been selling cars in Europe for the best part of a decade, and yet you could argue its models are yet to establish themselves in their own right. A better-known German benchmark is still hugely helpful when it comes to identifying Infiniti’s products. Anyhow, this is the littler of two saloons. Well, little-ish. Here, in its 400bhp top spec trim - dubbed the Q50 S - it weighs a portly 1,813kg. Its price is more palatable, starting at £41,000 with a heck of a lot of equipment as standard. The kind of stuff you’ll be paying extra for with the Germans, which don’t offer as much power, either. First points to the Infiniti, then.