Infiniti, the Japanese premium brand challenger, is hoping to tempt company car buyers with a version of its Q50 specifically aimed at the fleet market.
The ‘Executive’ trim, will be equipped to suit the higher mileage users with an advanced satellite navigation system and a headline contract hire leasing rate of £299.99 plus VAT per month.
Higher specified versions, such as the Q50 Premium Executive with satellite navigation, heated and powered leather seats with memory and I-Key plus many other features, costs from £33,470 or with contract hire, £336.99 per month.
The Q50’s 114g/km CO2 rating (manual transmission) also means a 20% taxpayer in 2013/14 will face a benefit-in-kind tax bill of £83.45 a month (40% taxpayer: £166.90) for the manual.
Executive versions are available to order now with deliveries expected in mid-November.