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first_img *Manufacturer incentive displayed is for cash purchases and may differ if leasing or financing. For more information on purchasing any of these vehicles or others, please visit Unhaggle.com. While data is accurate at time of publication, pricing and incentives may be updated or discontinued by individual dealers or manufacturers at any time. Typically, manufacturer incentives expire at the end of every month. Vehicle availability is also subject to change based on market conditions. Unhaggle Savings is a proprietary estimate of expected discount in addition to manufacturer incentive based on actual savings by Unhaggle customers. Taxes are extra and vary by province. First Drive: 2016 Infiniti Q50The early entry point of the torque brings urgency off the line, a strong mid-range and a run to 100 km/h of 5.6 seconds. It drives the Q50 through a seven-speed automatic that not only rev matches on downshifts and uses information from the navigation system to ensure the Q is in the right gear, it learns the driver’s style and adapts the shifts to suit. The all-wheel drive system then sends all of its power to the rear wheels during normal driving. However, it can send up to 50 per cent forward when needed — it monitors throttle position along with wheel and vehicle speeds to arrive at the best power split.The lot can also be tailored to suit with Standard, Sport, Snow, Eco and Personal drive modes available. It all combines to make the Q50 a very potent sports sedan. Likewise, the cabin is attractively detailed and marked by its high-tech gadgets, although some have commented on the fact the infotainment system requires a steep learning curve.The Infiniti Q50 AWD carries a price of $43,685 after a $4,350 Unhaggle discount.Jaguar XE 35t Premium AWDCreated with Raphaël 2.1.2Created with Raphaël 2.1.22016 Jaguar XE. See More Videos Buy It! Princess Diana’s humble little 1981 Ford Escort is up for auction An engagement gift from Prince Charles, the car is being sold by a Princess Di “superfan” COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS On the last three Fridays of every month, Graeme Fletcher combines manufacturers’ incentives from Unhaggle.com with resale value, dependability and overall ratings to find you the best deal for your money in new cars. This week, we look at luxury sports sedans. The hot deals are on the 2016 BMW 535i xDrive, Infiniti Q50 AWD and Jaguar XE 35t Premium AWD.2016 BMW 535iCreated with Raphaël 2.1.2Created with Raphaël 2.1.22016 BMW 5 Series BMW’s silky-smooth inline-six powers the 535i. It delivers 300 horsepower and 300 lb.-ft. of torque at a low 1,300 rpm. The latter banishes turbo lag and delivers a run from rest to 100 km/h in 5.7 seconds. The intriguing alternative is the 535d; its 3.0-litre turbodiesel is good for 255 horsepower, 413 lb.-ft. of torque and it gets to the metric ton in 5.8 seconds while delivering an average economy of 7.9 L/100 km. Regardless of engine choice, the 535 arrives with eight-speed automatic transmission that snicks through its gears with precision.BMW’s 535i xDrive has a sticker price of $59,385 after a substantial $9,900 incentive.Infiniti Q50 AWDCreated with Raphaël 2.1.2Created with Raphaël 2.1.22016 Infiniti Q50 Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price: $67,000BMW Canada Incentive*: $7,500Unhaggle Savings: $2,400Total Savings: $9,900Mandatory Fees (Freight, Govt. Fees): $2,285Total Before Tax: $59,385The BWW 535i is the largest of the trio of Unhaggle deals. That, however, is not to suggest it feels ponderous when compared to the others — it brings a full dose of BMW’s driving DNA. From the dialed-in suspension and steering precision to the xDrive all-wheel drive system, it is the sort of ride that caters to the driver and rider equally well. It is comfortable when touring about town, yet body roll is commendably controlled when flogging through a series of sweepers, which sees it remain eerily flat. It also does some things to improve the driving characteristics that are often overlooked; the brake system, for example, periodically wipes the brake rotors dry in wet conditions and automatically moves the brake pads toward the rotor when the driver lifts off the gas suddenly. Created with Raphaël 2.1.2Created with Raphaël 2.1.2 The 2016 Infiniti Q50, top, the BMW 5 Series, bottom left, and the Jaguar XE. Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price: $48,500Jaguar Canada Incentive*: $1,000Total Savings: $1,000Mandatory Fees (Freight, Govt. Fees): $1,640Total Before Tax: $49,140The Jaguar XE 35t sprints from rest to 100 km/h in 5.4 seconds. This turn of speed comes courtesy of its 3.0-litre supercharged V6; for those more into economy, there is a four-cylinder turbodiesel. The V6’s healthy 340 horsepower and 332 lb.-ft. of torque is relayed to the road through an eight-speed automatic transmission and all four wheels.Where the all-wheel drive setup differs from most is the fact it can send up to 90 per cent of the drive to the front or rear wheels depending upon the need. Normally it sends most of the drive to the back tires, which keeps it line with Jaguar’s rear-drive mandate, but it splits the power evenly on a slippery road and can send most of it forward when warranted. The system is then layered with a brake-based torque vectoring system. This, the aluminum-intensive chassis, a 50/50-front/rear weight distribution and sorted suspension combine to deliver a driver’s car, although the sportier driver will want to think about taking the optional adaptive suspension.The cabin is, as one would expect, typical Jaguar in that the materials are rich and the content likewise. Sitting neatly behind the rotary shifter are the JaguarDrive controls; it gives access to Normal, Eco, Dynamic or Rain/Ice/Snow modes. For the most part, Normal is the setting of choice, as it delivers an easy driving demeanour in an urban setting, yet brings the desired athleticism when challenging a twisty country road. The cabin really is very nice, even if it is a little staid to the eye.The Jaguar XE 35t Premium AWD carries a $1,000 discount and a pretax price of $49,140.Compare them side by sideBMW’s 535i xDrive earns good ratings in the moderate overlap, side, roof strength and headrest/seat tests, but a disappointing marginal rating for the tougher small front overlap test; the redesigned model due next year should address this situation. In a somewhat curious move, the Infiniti Q50 earned a Top Safety Pick Plus (TSP+) in 2015 and an acceptable rating in the small front overlap in 2015, but did not get the TSP+ or a rating for the small overlap test in 2016. The IIHS also noted the Q’s headlights were “Acceptable.” At this point, the Jaguar XE has no crash test results available.These are three very capable all-weather sports sedans. Each has an advanced all-wheel drive system, tech and toys galore and more than a hint of sportiness when the road takes a turn for the better. Which one represents the hottest deal is a very difficult question. The BMW 535i arrives with a serious discount, which means you get more car for less money, although, as noted, it is in its last year before a model refresh. The Infiniti Q50 and Jaguar XE are both hot off the press and so will have more staying power in the shorter term. All also deliver surprisingly good fuel economy given the performance thrust.My pick as the Unhaggle hot deal is the Infiniti Q50. It not only dances its way through corners, it does so while doing the luxury thing equally well. Trending in Canada We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. RELATED TAGS5 SeriesBMWInfinitiJaguarQ50XESedanAWD / 4x4Family / Mid-sizeGasLuxuryPerformanceNew Car DealsFamily VehiclesLuxury VehiclesNew Car DealsNew VehiclesPerformance Vehiclesall-wheel driveAutomotive EnginesAutomotive ReviewsAutomotive TechnologyBMW 5 SeriesBMW AGBMW CanadaCanadaCars and Car DesignCulture and LifestylegasolineGraeme FletcherInfinitiJaguar Cars Ltd.Jaguar XEManufacturer Suggested RetailScience and TechnologySedansSports CarsTechnologyUnhaggle.com Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price: $45,900Infiniti Canada Incentive*: $3,000Unhaggle Savings: $1,350Total Savings: $4,350Mandatory Fees (Freight, Govt. Fees): $2,135Total Before Tax: $43,685The Infiniti Q50 is offered with a trio of turbocharged engines: the base 2.0-litre four-cylinder and two versions of a twin-turbo V6. The Unhaggle car featured here arrives with the middle engine — its 3.0-litre V6 produces 300 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque at 1,600 rpm (the same V6 produces 400 hp and 350 lb.-ft. of torque in the top model).RELATED Trending Videos The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? 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