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Fleets to get up close to new Infiniti QX30 at CCIA

Visitors to Company Car In Action will get their first chance to see the new QX30 crossover up close in the UK. 

The new model, which is currently available to order, will be on display alongside other models in the range that will be available for driving routes at the event on June 14-15. 

The QX30 is based on the Q30 hatchback, but has raised ground clearance and all-wheel drive. It’s available with a 170hp 2.2-litre diesel engine and seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. 

The car is available in three equipment grades: Premium, Premium Tech and Executive, with prices starting at £29,490 on the road.

The new Q30 hatchback will also be making its first appearance at Company Car In Action, and will be available to drive with 1.5-litre and 2.2-litre diesel engines. 

Infiniti will also have versions of the Q50 and Q70 saloons to drive on routes at Millbrook Proving Ground, Bedfordshire.

Company Car In Action will allow attendees to drive vehicles on one or more routes, purpose built for assessing vehicles.

The twisty hill route allows handling and responses to be assessed, including acceleration, steering, grip and brakes; the high-speed bowl simulates motorway driving and tests high-speed stability as well as comfort and noise intrusion into the vehicle; a low-speed city route provides the opportunity to appraise vehicle manoeuvrability; an off-road course allows 4x4s to be tested.

Fleet decision makers can register for their free place at www.companycarinaction.co.uk.



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