Welcome to the forums, lets see some pictures !!
Apart from the 'ghost switches' that were there on my last car, but aren't there on this one which I keep trying to turn on...?Looks real nice. The parking brake thankfully is something that can be over looked I guess. Anything else starting to become a peeve ?
Colour really suits the car I think... So many manufacturers default to boring bog-standard white, flat blue or flat red for many of their cars.Got to love how that grey/silver looks since years ago we would be lucky to get anything like it and usually people got it as a default, easy to care for color, nothing to rave about, now it's a different ball game.
Actually leased long-term rather than bought outright. I figured the way most PCP finance works there wans't much difference in any event - you're giving both cars back after 3-4 years...Congrats on the new Q30! Most crossovers aren't meant for going at those twists with high speeds as it's more likely to roll over with a taller body. But the Q30 is still spirited and with plenty of cargo room to spare.
how much did you get the Q30 for?
Q50 is a bit out of my price range, and like Infiniteclass said, it is nice to have the option of having a bit of fun in the corners from time to time, but there we are..It all comes down to understanding what the Q30 is about and using it for that purpose, instead of trying to put it in scenarios it wasn't meant for. So if you want something to throw around in the twisties, maybe you should have went for a Q50?
Depends which brands your talking about but most brands competing with Infiniti do a great job with giving life to the colors they carry, I find that it comes down to preference. But as you go down segment... then the real issue starts of those boring bog-standard colors lacking life (as I like to say)Colour really suits the car I think... So many manufacturers default to boring bog-standard white, flat blue or flat red for many of their cars.