We’re halfway through the 2018 model year, but Infiniti has decided to give the QX30 crossover a few updates as part of a mid-year update. The 2018.5 Infiniti QX30 is getting a few trim changes with automatic emergency braking now being standard across the lineup.
According to Cars Direct, the 2018.5 Infiniti QX30 will now offer trim levels like other models in the Infiniti lineup, which means that the former Base, Luxury and Premium trim levels are gone. Buyers will now be able to choose from Pure, Luxe, Essential and Sport trim levels, like the new QX50.
The 2018.5 Infiniti QX30 Pure starts at $30,945, while the Luxe trim level starts at $33,795, which is $200 more than the previous Luxury trim. The Luxe trim level now comes standard with a panoramic moonroof and leatherette seats. The QX30 Essential starts at $37,695, while the QX30 Sport now starts at $40,895.
The most expensive version of the 2018.5 QX30 will be the Essential trim level with all-wheel drive, which starts at $42,195. There’s also a new City Black Package for the QX30 Sport that starts at $1,450. The package adds black leatherette seats with purple stitching, special 19-inch wheels with purple accents and satin silver mirror caps.