About Infiniti Q50
Infiniti Q50 is a compact luxury vehicle manufactured by the Japanese automaker Infiniti division of Nissan since 2013. The first Infiniti Q50 was introduced in 2013 to replace the Infiniti G-series/Q40 as a 4-door sedan. Until now, it has been produced through about four years and is still in its first generation.
Though Infiniti Q50 made its debut at the 2013 North American International Auto Show, it was also introduced at 2013 Canadian International Auto Show, 2013 Geneva Motor Show, 2013 Dubai International Motor Show and China Auto Guangzhou Motor Show in succession. And it went on sale in North America in the third quarter 2013 and in Europe on fourth quarter 2013. Infiniti Q50 is available in 2014 Infiniti Q50 Exclusive Designer Edition, Q50 Hybrid, Q50L, Q50 Eau Rouge Concept, Q50 Eau Rouge prototype and Q50 Red Sport 400. It is powered by 2.0 L, 2.2 L inline 4-cylinder engines, a 3.5 L V6 engine, a 3.0 L twin-turbo V6 engine and a 3.5 L V6 hybrid engine. And these engines are fitted along with either a 7-speed automatic transmission or a 6-speed manual transmission.
Infiniti Q50 Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
Even as a very young model with only about three year-history, Infiniti Q50 still make it popular. However, if you want it serves you a longer time, you have the need to learn about latent problems and solutions on it:
First, master cylinder and pump seal failure. According to the data from the car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com, Infiniti Q50 owners have complained about this braking problem most. They told that symptoms included noisy brakes, vibrating brake pedal and poorly responded brakes. These signs are not only serious but also very dangerous for drivers' safety. So once you sense your Infiniti Q50 is also showing these symptoms or the braking system works unusually, then the Q50 brake pad set and Q50 brake dust shields and other parts in the braking system need to be inspected thoroughly.
Second, premature and abnormal tire wear as well as hesitates and stalls while driving. Infiniti Q50's premature and abnormal tire wear are probably caused by the faulty suspension system. If the Q50 also has a vibrating steering wheel, gives out clunking noises and front brakes and tires wear more seriously, then the sway bar link and control arm may get defective. As for engine performance reduced in Infiniti Q50 as decrease in gas mileage and loss of power while accelerating, engine parts are definitely wrong. If your Infiniti Q50 keeps overheating and has leaked coolant, at the same time, the Check Engine Light and Low Coolant Light comes on together, then the Q50 oil cooler, Q50 air filter and Q50 radiator hose may be failing.
In order to keep your Infiniti Q50 at the top-notch condition all the time, you have to not only perform routine maintenance but also pay more attention to some vulnerable parts in it. Fog light, works usually in adverse conditions such as foggy, misty or dark night, it is an essential part to provide better visibility to drivers. Other parts such as wiper blade and its partner washer reservoir, they are also exposed to horrible weathers as well. So for your safe driving trip, they all should get maintain regularly. If you want to add a little bit of comfort while driving your fancy Infiniti Q50, then please make sure the cabin air filter in the good order as well.
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