An impressive roster of standard equipment pairs with Infiniti’s traditionally deep array of packaged extras. That’s enough to earn the Q50 a 7 out of 10 on our features scale. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

Base Q50s come impressively equipped with standard LED headlights—high and low-beams—and taillights, eight-way adjustable seats, the full InTouch infotainment system with an 8.0-inch upper screen and a 7.0-inch lower screen, Bluetooth connectivity, dual-zone climate control, and a six-speaker audio system with HD and satellite radio for $35,105 (including a mandatory $905 destination charge).

For the extra goodies, you need the Q50 Luxe. Four-cylinder examples start at $37,455 for rear-wheel drive and $39,455 for all-wheel drive, while the V-6 variant costs $39,855 with rear-drive—add $2,000 for all-wheel drive. The Luxe trim doesn’t add much equipment on its…

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