This was posted 7 months 22 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired 2018 Infiniti Q60 GT Coupe $49,888 Drive-Away (RRP $62,900)


Fantastic price on the premium Infiniti Q60 coupe. Normal price is $62,900 + on-road costs (ORC). Deal is available until June 30.

The Infiniti Q60 is a premium semi-luxury 2-door coupe introduced in 2016. It competes directly with the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, BMW 4-series, Lexus RC, and Audi A5.

To compare this deal to it's rivals, see table below:

Infiniti Q60 $49,888 Power/torque: 155/350

Lexus RC300 $65,400+ORC 180/350
Merc C200 $66,400+ORC 135/300
Audi A5 $69,900+ORC 140/320
BMW 420i $70,900+ORC 135/270


Infiniti: 4 years/100,000km
Lexus: 4 years/100,000km
BMW: 3 years/unlimited
Mercedes: 3 years/unlimited
Audi: 3 years/unlimited

According to Redbook, a 2-year-old Infiniti Q60 GT is worth up to $46,400, meaning that if you took up this deal, your car might only lose $3,500 in value in the next 2 years. By comparison, a BMW 420i will have lost $20,000 in value in that same time period.

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  • +87 votes

    according to Redbook, a 2-year-old Infiniti Q60 GT is worth up to $46,400, meaning that if you took up this deal, your car will lose approx. only $3,500 in value in the next 2 years

    Yeah, that's not how that works….


      Yes, I realise that resale value over the past 2 years does not necessarily predict the next 2 years. I changed the text slightly to read that your car may only lose $3500.

      • +37 votes

        Look at this logically… say its mid 2020

        do you think you're going to get anyone to buy a 2018 q60 for $46k?

        the market for coupes isnt exactly bouyant besides the big time v8 sports coupes and here you have a 1,675kg 2.0 turbo four luxury Nissan…

        there's a reason these things arent selling at $62 and neither will they sell at $50

        protip: there is no such thing as a 2016 q60 so we have no historical data for how the q60 tracks

        however we do know how infiniti tracks on resale and its poor

        my opinion is that you will struggle to get $30k on this in 2020

        good luck out there or buy a v8 mustang

        • -9 votes

          The current Q60 went on sale in August 2016, so yes, there are 2016 build current shape Q60s available. We can also look at Carsales at previous generation Q60s to get some idea as well. I see a 2014 Q60 for $30k - that's 4 years old now, and one generation out of date. In 2 years time, the Q60 will still be in it's current generation, so you're going to get a lot more than $30k for it. In any case, the loss of value will be far less than if you forked out $75k on a BMW 4.

        • +23 votes

          you seem to have issues with the difference between asking price and sold price…

          in any case, thanks for the post, its interesting to see how poorly nissan are doing with this brand and i like nissan so

        • +3 votes


          Buying a V8 Mustang new, you will lose a lot. $65k new (on-road), many are now going for under $50k and only built in 2017. And the new 2018 model will be over $70k on road.

        • +17 votes

          of course you lose a lot, thats what buying a car is

          but with a mustang you have a great chance of actually selling your car in 2, 3, 5 yrs time because people acutally want a v8 mustang so your resale is actually better than normal

          no one wants a q60 now or 2, 3, 5 yrs from now so you can have all the 'estimates' you want like you're only losing $3k in 2yrs but find someone who actually wants a 155kW coupe

          your supposed $3k loss is a fairy tale

        • +4 votes

          @tonyjzx: to be fair that base engine is the Mercedes-Benz 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine with 155kW/350Nm

          there is also a twin turbo 3.0-litre V6 engine - 298kW at 6400rpm and 475Nm between 1600 and 5200rpm.

        • +7 votes

          i think people buy cars in these price brackets because they want a particular cars’ look, feel , etc …….you don’t buy them as investments, you don’t buy them as basic cheap transport, and you probabaly have some cash to splash, and if it’s for business or private use also determines costs ( my money or the companies money)

          the value you get will be based on if you keep it for 2 years (ouch) , 5 years , or 10 years …… the value at the end of that period , the longer you keep it the better you you get from it as after a while the. depreciation tapers off.

        • +29 votes

          @garage sale: you mean the Westpac banker lied to me?!


          Yer I'm sure they'll be lining up to get their hands on a 2 star safety rated vehicle by a Car manufacturer who now only makes SUV and Trucks.

        • +2 votes


          They haven't been going for 65k new for quite a while. I bought mine 12 months ago for 57k drive away for a GT auto.

        • +2 votes

          @leetguy101: was waiting for this.


          @tonyjzx: I am with Tony on this. Infinity doesn't sell much, so less demand >> less price. Check how many Q60 is sold every month.

          No sane person will buy 2014 old generation Q60 for $30k.

          The discount represents 20% off RRP and you can haggle Audi to get 20% off anyway.


          @tonyjzx: Both rubbish car,How people acutally want a v8 mustang and no one wants a q60?

        • -2 votes


          Depending on the model, 20% might be light. I've bought an A6 retailing at $153k for $102k, and an SQ5 retailing at $128k for $100k. And then there's stuff like the new R8 Plus, lolololol. Without even asking, shortly after launch I was offered $85k off retail, and I'd posit that you could now get one brand new for at least $100k off. Audi really do follow the Godfreys model of retailing.


          @dwarves: Come on man, no one pays $130k for an SQ5. It’s a $100k car on the road. They can pull all the option bullshit spin on you, but no one pays over $100k for one.

      • +2 votes

        Redbook isn't really a good reference. It also tells you that a 2017 Q60 is worth up to $49,000 and 2018 one $62,900. It's just a sort of calculation based on the price provided by manufacturer.

        • +5 votes


          every manufactuer thinks their cars are the best and have the best resale

          if you believe it, you're a fool

        • +1 vote

          No, Redbook says that a 2018 one is $62,900 new. They don't provide resale value for 2018 models yet because they're still too new to hit the 2nd hand market.

        • +20 votes

          @MrZ: See? They told you it's $62,900 new but you can actually get it for $49,888. And yet you still believe what it tells you.

        • +3 votes


          Redbook only list new list prices. They don't list deals like this, because these are not permanent deals.


          @truth000: i want the 2 year old bmw at that price …


          When redbook does its resale value (i.e. used cars), it would be based on market data.

      • +4 votes

        The sales figures are so dire , there is a very good chance that the brand may pull out of Australia all together , just like Saab and the very short lived Opel.

        If that happens the re sale value with fall through the floor , even further than it already has ……try selling a make and model of a car that doesn't exist anymore.

        I'm in the industry , and now almost NO ONE want's sedans or coup'es , nearly every car that's sold in Aus now is an SUV or a Ute , that only makes the situation for this vehicle.

        Also how peeved off would you be if you currently own one of these and did actually pay around 60K for one , the manufacturer has just shafted you , by a this 10 grand price cut , your car overnight is now instantly worth 10 grand less than it was yesterday.

        • +1 vote

          Also how peeved off would you be if you currently own one of these and did actually pay around 60K for one , the manufacturer has just shafted you , by a this 10 grand price cut , your car overnight is now instantly worth 10 grand less than it was yesterday.

          That's what Nissan did with the Y62 Patrol.



          That's what Nissan did with the Y62 Patrol.

          which also wasn't selling well. Still can't understand why they went with Petrol only. What were they expecting?

      • +4 votes

        You'll lose $3500 simply by driving it out the door.

  • +96 votes

    Thanks OP, bought 3

  • +6 votes

    As a wildcard I suppose you could throw the Mustang Ecoboost into the mix, at $48,490 plus on-roads. With 233/432 it would blow all of these cars out of the water. But it's "luxury" features are somewhat laughable, fuel consumption poor, and resale not as strong. Plus there are no 2018 build Mustangs available - any being sold now were built last year.

    • +4 votes

      mustangs are such a normie car in aus these days. get a camaro or f off!

      • +2 votes

        Eh, camaros will be the same 12 months from release too… Buy what you like/enjoy.


          No they won’t because they will be LHD conversions and sold in limited numbers. Not many people are willing to drop $90k on a $60k car.

  • +48 votes

    Bought a couple and re-selling on gumtree for healthy profit. Thanks bro.

    • -15 votes

      Well this deal is available to anyone until June 30, so I'm not sure why someone would pay more than the advertised price here. Your best bet I suppose would be buying now, and waiting until later in the year when the price goes back up. You could theoretically make a profit. For example, I see a few second hand Q60 GTs on Carsales being sold for $59,000. I doubt they'll get that price, though.

    • +10 votes

      hi mate, I'm really interested in your car and I want to buy it today. but unfortunately I work on an oil rig so I will send someone over to check it out. I will give you the full payment over paypal

    • +3 votes

      Is this an unwanted present?


      is it still available?

  • +19 votes

    For that price range, I would get a Stinger.

    • +8 votes

      I did!

    • +6 votes

      I don't understand the negs for this. Anyone actually tried the Stinger? Test it for yourselves & see the quality of it compared to say a C Class Merc - not much difference imo - yes, even the interior (I think the stingers interior is better than my new cars plus the fact it's a 4.5s twin turbo car). I was torn a couple of months ago between this but eventually went with the Merc (badge respect sadly - yes I belong to OzB).

      As to the Inifiniti - I looked at it but (and I'm a very big GTR fan) couldn't justify spending so much with resale value being so poor + build quality looked just the same as standard Nissan.

      However the fact it's got the same (better) Merc engine & drivetrain is a huge boost - Infiniti just needs to get it's act together in terms of interior features & layout.

    • +1 vote

      If the Stinger had been released when I bought the Skoda Superb 206 AWD I would have seriously considered it. The Skoda lists at $62k.


      I tested a fugly grey Stinger v6; wasn't impressed, OK in sports mode but still felt big and disconnected. I know the reviews are good, but I'm holding out for the Genesis G70… I still have concerns about the ground clearance and Sydney roads.


    $68,995 seemed to be the normal drive away with the $62,900 list price.


    Good deal

  • +2 votes

    Quick better buy before it gets ozbargained

    • +23 votes

      Why? It's ozbargain, not ozfrugal. I see quite a number of high income ppl here. If infinity is their cup of tea, this would be a bargain.

      • -6 votes

        Be nice on the OP. He's had a hard day working at Kmart.

      • +16 votes

        yep, we have people buying expensive whisky ($200+) and wines (100+) ….. that is instant depreciation , drink it and pee it out.

        it’s about getting what you want at the cheapest price , and not always about a substitute.

        a friend of mine has a lexus, i have a bmw , just different tastes.

        she liked the tech in the lexus, i liked the availability of aftermarket parts of the bmw ….depends what people’s priorities are, i service my own car she takes hers to the stealer for a service ….


          Amen, I'm so over reading people dissing a deal submission simply because it's either not the cheapest item, or it's had a better price in the past.

  • +1 vote

    I'm just watching tonight's episode of RBT and they've pulled over an Infiniti Q60 in Sydney! Previous gen. model, though. Note that these new episodes of RBT aren't shown in NSW/QLD at present.

  • +3 votes

    Have a Q50S in the family, great car however would point out resale on these is terrible and incredibly slow. For 50k this is definitely quite cheap but I’d personally be getting something else.


      The cities resale is a little better than the SUVs as these are sporty and are can swap the badge to Nissan Skyline

  • +13 votes

    2% back from Cash Rewards.


      That's.. wait let me get my watch calculator.

      49 888 * .02 = 997.76

      A nice mid to high range pc from Dell*.

      *comment not sponsored by any affiliated or directly related company.. yet.

  • +2 votes

    Great looking coupe. If only it didn't have Direct Adaptive Steering (electronic steering) which has been heavily criticised and a let down.. its less engaging for the driver and sensitive handling.

    • +8 votes

      If only it didn't have Direct Adaptive Steering

      …You'd buy one?

      Well good news for you, the GT model doesn't have the direct adaptive steering!
      I expect to hear an owners review in the coming months.

  • +3 votes

    It competes directly with the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, BMW 4-series, Lexus RC, and Audi A5.

    They wished they did. Infiniti has nothing on Lexus. Not sure about their quality against the euros.

  • +36 votes

    What advantages does this motorcar have over say, a train, which I can also afford

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