Infiniti Q50 2.2 DCT Sport Nav

£497 per month with a £5,000 deposit (4.99 per cent APR)

Infiniti is Nissan’s upmarket brand, but the slow-selling Q50 has proven it takes more than generous kit, lots of tech and Mercedes-sourced engines to woo buyers. While the saloon looks stylish and is a refined motorway cruiser, the engines are noisy and the driving experience is marred by uncommunicative steering. There’s a hybrid version that makes sense tax-wise, but it’s expensive.

Model: Infiniti Q50 2.2 DCT Sport NavMonthly payments: £497List price: £38,200Aim to pay: £31,099Deposit: £5,000Deposit contribution: £5,000No of payments: 37APR: 4.99%Optional final payment: £13,450Total amount: £41,358

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