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Europcar joins forces with Infiniti to offer Q30

Infiniti Q30

Europcar has joined forces with Infiniti to bring the new premium Q30 to drivers in selected markets in Europe.

From July 2016 a total of 1,200 Infiniti Q30s will be available in Europcar networks in France (255 cars), Germany (345 cars), UK (500 cars) and Italy (100 cars).

The Q30 is also the first Infiniti to be built in Europe – at state-of-the-art facilities in Sunderland, UK – making the partnership with Europcar even more of a natural fit. And Europcar customers can guarantee make and model when they book the Q30, meaning their Infiniti will be ready and waiting at the Europcar location upon arrival.

The Q30 has recently been judged best small family car for safety by independent vehicle safety organisation Euro NCAP. The model not only boasts a maximum five-star rating for crash test performance, but also safety systems and child and pedestrian protection measures that surpass all its competitors, according to Euro NCAP.

Francois Goupil de Bouillé, vice president of Infiniti Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: “The Q30 is designed for European roads and European drivers and our partnership with Europcar gives us the perfect opportunity to demonstrate that.”

“Since it went on sale in Infiniti Centres a couple of months ago, the Q30 has been its own best advertisement, so it is natural we want to get as many people as possible driving it and seeing it on the streets – from Berlin to Paris, and London to Rome.”

Sheila Struyck, group marketing director at Europcar, said: “We are delighted to announce this new partnership with Infiniti and are very happy to be able to provide our customers with access to the all-new Infiniti Q30. We share the same commitment to customer service and I am sure our customers are going to love driving the Q30.”

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