Infiniti confirms pricing for FX30d

  • Infiniti FX30d starts from £45,150
  • Averages 31mpg and emits 238g/km
  • Four trim levels available

Infiniti has confirmed pricing for the FX30d - the first diesel car in the Japanese car maker's 20-year history.

The Fx30d will start from £45,150 and will be available in four trim levels: GT, GT Premium, S and S Premium.

Under the bonnet, the FX diesel is powered by a 235bhp V6 with 550Nm of pulling power. On the average run the FX30d will return 31mpg and emit 238g/km of CO2 emissions. The engine is mated to a seven-speed adaptive shift automatic gearbox.  

Infiniti has included active safety technology to help prevent accidents. Forward Collision Warning that brakes the car when it thinks a front-end impact is imminent and Lane Departure Warning are both available on this model.

The GT, in either FX30d diesel or FX37 petrol forms, comes with paddle-shift seven-speed automatic gearbox, intelligent all-wheel-drive, leather upholstery, heated and cooled front seats, bi-xenon cornering headlights (AFS), rear-view camera and parking sensors, powered front seat adjustment (with driver's seat memory), electric reach and rake adjustment for steering wheel, glass sunroof, 20-inch light alloy wheels, I-Key with smart access, cruise control, Scratch Shield self-healing paint and a seven-speaker audio system including six-CD changer, MP3 decoder, Aux-In and Bluetooth for mobile connectivity.

The S specification includes 21-inch alloy wheels, sports seats, sports suspension and Rear Active Steering (RAS) - a system that also comes with the FX50 flagship.

The S Premium grade adds Intelligent Cruise Control, which adjusts the speed if a car in front is too close, brake assist and the Forward Collision Warning system.

The Infiniti FX30d is available to order now.