Unfortunately, average fuel consumption is less impressive at 33.2mpg (combined), while CO2 emissions are 224g/km. Despite this, Infiniti expects this diesel model to account for 80% of all EX sales.
Infiniti EX range expands with GT and GT Premium models
Prices for the Infiniti EX30d GT will start from £37,305 but that offers a generous level of standard specification including full leather upholstery, heated front seats and zonal air conditioning.
The Infiniti EX30d GT Premium costs £41,220 and adds what Infiniti calls its Safety Shield program. This includes intelligent cruise control, an upgraded satellite navigation system, intelligent brake assist, lane departure prevention and forward collision warning.
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