About Infiniti Q50
The Infiniti Q50 is a compact executive car that replaced the Infiniti G sedan, manufactured by Nissan's Infiniti luxury brand. The new model debuted at the 2013 North American International Auto Show and went on sale in North America in the third quarter 2013 and in Europe in fourth quarter 2013. A hybrid version is available.
Tyre brands such as Bridgestone, Michelin and Pirelli offer the longest lifespan and a host of performance features including quieter running and superior braking. We also offer a great choice in mid-range tyres from manufacturers such as Falken offering a good blend of performance and value for money.
If you’re replacing the existing OEM tyres then you’ll need to decode the information from the tyre sidewalls. You can then input the information into the Protyre tyre search and make your choice from our selection of premium, mid-range and budget tyres. Then find your nearest Protyre garage and arrange an appointment with our qualified fitters to install your new tyres.
If you’re still unsure about the right tyres for your Infiniti Q50 why not drop into your nearest Protyre garage and have a chat with our tyre professionals? They’ll be able to assess the right make of tyres for your driving style and daily motoring needs.
Infiniti Q50 Specifications
- Price range: From £28,951
- Engine range: 2.0 - 3.5 V6
- Insurance range: 30,34
- Road tax range: C,D,G
Infiniti Q50 Tyre Options
The most commonly used tyre sizes for the Infiniti Q50 are:
The best way to check which tyre will fit your Infiniti Q50 is to check what tyres are already fitted. You can do this by checking the size on the sidewall of your existing tyres.
New Tyres for your Infiniti Q50
When it comes to choosing new tyres for your Infiniti Q50, rest assured we have a host of options available from a number of premium manufacturers for you to make your selection from. If you need help finding the right tyres for your Infiniti Q50 then our tyre professionals can help. We have options to suit all driving styles and budgets including tyres by Pirelli, Michelin, Bridgestone, Falken and Sumitomo.