Picture this. The year is 2023. You're climbing into your 2016 Q50 on your standard commute to work. It's year seven with your trusty Infiniti, which has kept you riding in style to just about everywhere and still no complaints. Then again, who could have any gripes with the power-packed VR30DDTT and posh cabin as it brings you from point A to point B?
You do notice, however, in the past few months that it might stumble a bit on startup. It's not returning the same fuel efficiency as it once did. The once mighty twin-turbo V6 in your Infiniti feels tired and not quite as peppy as it did the day you drove it off the dealer's lot. This sort of takes the luxury part out of sports luxury sedan and makes you wish that you headed off the inherent issue