INFINITI offers three distinct trim levels based on a common drivetrain and transmission combination found throughout the lineup. A responsive 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine producing a little over 200 horsepower and 258 foot-pounds of torque is planted by a paddle shiftable 7-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is an option for the QX30 Premium and QX30 Luxury models, but is not available in the Sport or base models. Standard features are plentiful no matter which trim level is selected. All QX30 models come with dual zone automatic climate control with rear seat vents, power locks with automatic lock feature, 4-way power driver lumbar, Bluetooth handsfree phone system, power and heated driver side mirror, INFINITI InTouch 7-inch vehicle information display and auto-dimming rearview mirror. Stepping into the Luxury trim level, all-wheel drive now becomes available along with interior upgrades like Nappa leather-appointed seating, 8-way power-adjusted and heated front seats and a leather-appointed stitched dash insert. Sport trim levels lacking an all-wheel drive option do, on the flipside, remove nearly 200 pounds from the overall weight of the vehicle. Combine this with almost a full inch lower ride height, sport-tuned suspension and more aggressive run-flat Michelin performance tires, and the Sport becomes an entirely different machine. It also includes 19-inch wheels, unique front and rear fascia styling, Sport seats with suede-like material and a flat-bottom Sport steering wheel. The majority of available extras for the QX30 are model-specific. The Base and Luxury models have no real available additions, while the Premium can be fitted with numerous optional features like 19-inch wheels, LED lighting, a moonroof, a dark wood interior and a Technology package that unlocks a number of advanced safety features like lane departure warning, intelligent cruise control, forward emergency braking and High Beam Assist.