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Infiniti is the luxury marque of Japanese automaker Nissan. The brand was introduced in 1989 to compete against recently established Lexus and Acura, which are the luxury divisions of Toyota and Honda, respectively. For each of the companies, the move would enable them to go grow their market shares by appealing to an upscale demographic without jeopardizing their existing reputations for practicality, economy, and value.

Also, as the companies faced Japanese laws limiting the number of cars that could be exported, a new brand with more expensive cars represented the only means of pursuing greater profits.

The first Infiniti released was the sporty Q45 full-sized sedan. The enthusiast press responded favorably to the car’s handling and 6.7-second 0-60 mph time. Some speculated that the 278 horsepower V8 actually produced more than 300 horsepower, surpassing those of its rivals, such as the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and Cadillac Fleetwood. Great attention was paid to the tactile experience of the interior, which featured high-quality leather, ergonomic controls, and muted visual details. Still, the company struggled to differentiate its brand and grow sales through the 1990s.

Not until the early 2000s would the vision for Infiniti’s future be made clear: Become the Japanese BMW.

Discontinued in 2006, the Q45 would be replaced by the M45. Even though the M45 was two inches shorter, interior room was increased, along with improved performance, suspension, and ergonomics. Despite rating favorably in all those categories, it was nonetheless somewhat bland from the outside. The third-generation M-series, released in 2010, received a dramatic facelift, featuring sculpted curves and bold lines.

A hybrid version is available.

Below the M in the Infiniti line is the entry-level G series, which is offered in coupe, sedan, and convertible forms. When the G20 was discontinued in 2003, the G35 that replaced it was a rebadged Japanese-issue Skyline, one of Nissan’s most respected high-performance cars. The G35 made Car and Driver’s Ten Best list in 2003 and 2004 and was nominated for North American Car of the Year in 2003. The current model is the G37.

New for 2011, the IPL G is the first offering from the Infiniti Performance Line. The compact coupe features a 348-hp engine, aggressive styling, and performance-tuned suspension.

Infiniti’s first SUV was the mid-sized QX4. Released in 1994, the QX4 was somewhat ahead of the SUV curve, with its luxurious interior appointments and capable off-road performance. It was replaced in 2003 by the sporty FX35 crossover, and a full-size QX56 was added to the line in 2004.

The QX stands as Infiniti’s most expensive model.

Below the FX is the compact crossover EX, based on the same platform as the FX, M, and G cars. In addition to a self-healing clear coat called Scratch Shield, the EX features Infiniti’s Around View Monitor, which uses multiple cameras to create a simulated overhead view to assist with precision driving tasks, such as parallel parking. The car also features the auto-correcting Lane Departure Prevention technology.. View more

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Those who would like to enjoy the style and dexterity of a sedan but want a little more space would do well to consider the Infiniti EX. This five-passenger luxury wagon- sometimes classified as a compact crossover SUV, which is a little misleading- comes in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. There’s only one available engine option, but it’s a whopper: a 3.5-liter V6. Its brand-new seven-speed automatic transmission includes manual shift control that gives it a slightly sportier edge.

Although the EX is technically more spacious than most sedans, the amount of space behind its rear seats, 18.6 cubic feet, is a little disappointing.

The EX’s engine gets an impressive 297 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque. When combined with its lightweight design and streamlined construction, it is easy to see why it is so incredibly nimble. Rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models have lackluster fuel economy ratings of 17 mpg in the city, 24 mpg on the highway, and 20 mpg combined.

Those who are determined to buy fuel-efficient vehicles should consider other options. The Infiniti EX was designed in Japan; it is also produced there, in the city of Tochigi. The vehicle is not rated for towing.

2008 marked the debut year of the Infiniti EX. At the time, it was fitted out with a five-speed automatic transmission. The car grabbed the attention of critics around the country for its top-notch acceleration; it has been shown to go from zero to sixty in about 6.2 seconds.

The Infiniti was unique for offering Scratch Shield, a self-healing type of paint; it also included an Around View Monitor that consisted of cameras on the sides, front, and rear of the vehicle. New features for the 2011 EX include the seven-speed automatic, 18 standard wheels, and a few new option packages.

There are two trim levels available for the Infiniti EX: base and Journey. One area where you won’t forget about the vehicle’s compact size is its backseat, which is a little cramped. Aluminum or maple trim and top-quality leather abounds in the EX’s interior.

For the Journey, the Premium Package adds an 11-speaker Bose sound system, an air purifier, and front and rear parking sensors.

Dozens of accolades have been piled upon the Infiniti EX since its debut in 2008. Several notable examples occurred in 2010. That year, the EX was chosen as a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. It was named the Best Luxury Crossover for the Money by U.S.

News Rankings and Reviews. Kelly Blue Book also named it the Best New Road Trip Vehicle in 2010. It is clear to see that the EX has managed to appeal to a wide range of people for a huge variety of reasons.. View more

Two powerful engine options lend the Infiniti FX exceptional prowess on the road. The mid-size luxury crossover SUV, which comes with a seven-speed automatic transmission with manual shift, has been enthralling drivers since 2003. Whether it is fitted out with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the FX boasts nimble handling and a truly top-notch ride. The only area in which this feisty CUV doesn’t excel is interior space.

When its rear seats are up, there is only 25 cubic feet of storage space; even when they are folded down, only 62 cubic feet are made available. Compared with other vehicles in this class, that is decidedly small.

Production of the Infiniti FX takes place in Tochigi, Japan; it was also designed in that country. Its two trim levels correspond to its two available engines; the FX35 features a 3.5-liter V6 that gets 303 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. The FX50 has a 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 390 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.

All-wheel drive versions of the FX35 have fuel economy ratings of 16 mpg in the city, 21 mpg on the highway and 18 mpg combined; AWD versions of the FX 50 have fuel economy ratings of 14/20/16. The Infiniti FX is not designed for towing.

2003 marked the debut year of the FX. During its first generation, the two available trims were the FX35 and the FX45. A face-lift in 2006 brought a newly designed bumper and grille into the mix; three new exterior colors were also added.

The second generation of the FX premiered at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2008. The FX50 replaced the FX45; longer headlights and a trapezoid-shaped grille with wavy designs were also added. The interior received a complete redesign that incorporated stitched leather accents.

Throughout its history, the Infiniti FX has been known for its exquisite styling. Its interior abounds with luxurious materials; gleaming wood trim adds sophistication. The FX50 comes standard with a bevy of key features including a cargo cover, an air filtration system, and 20 wheels. As far as options go, there are several options packages available.

The Sport Package, which is only offered for the FX50, ads active rear steering and paddle shifting. The Technology Package adds adaptive cruise control and a lane departure warning system.

Thanks to its rather high price tag, the Infiniti FX has been left out of the spotlight on many occasions. The April 2009 issue of Cigar Aficionado, however, listed it as one of the top cars of the year. In 2011, Intellichoice named the FX as a Smartchoice Repair Costs award winner.

Those who can afford the price tag that goes along with this impeccably-designed crossover are sure to be pleased.. View more

Two powerful engine options lend the Infiniti FX exceptional prowess on the road. The mid-size luxury crossover SUV, which comes with a seven-speed automatic transmission with manual shift, has been enthralling drivers since 2003. Whether it is fitted out with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the FX boasts nimble handling and a truly top-notch ride. The only area in which this feisty CUV doesn’t excel is interior space.

When its rear seats are up, there is only 25 cubic feet of storage space; even when they are folded down, only 62 cubic feet are made available. Compared with other vehicles in this class, that is decidedly small.

Production of the Infiniti FX takes place in Tochigi, Japan; it was also designed in that country. Its two trim levels correspond to its two available engines; the FX35 features a 3.5-liter V6 that gets 303 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. The FX50 has a 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 390 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.

All-wheel drive versions of the FX35 have fuel economy ratings of 16 mpg in the city, 21 mpg on the highway and 18 mpg combined; AWD versions of the FX 50 have fuel economy ratings of 14/20/16. The Infiniti FX is not designed for towing.

2003 marked the debut year of the FX. During its first generation, the two available trims were the FX35 and the FX45. A face-lift in 2006 brought a newly designed bumper and grille into the mix; three new exterior colors were also added. The second generation of the FX premiered at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2008.

The FX50 replaced the FX45; longer headlights and a trapezoid-shaped grille with wavy designs were also added. The interior received a complete redesign that incorporated stitched leather accents.

Throughout its history, the Infiniti FX has been known for its exquisite styling. Its interior abounds with luxurious materials; gleaming wood trim adds sophistication. The FX50 comes standard with a bevy of key features including a cargo cover, an air filtration system, and 20 wheels. As far as options go, there are several options packages available. The Sport Package, which is only offered for the FX50, ads active rear steering and paddle shifting.

The Technology Package adds adaptive cruise control and a lane departure warning system.

Thanks to its rather high price tag, the Infiniti FX has been left out of the spotlight on many occasions. The April 2009 issue of Cigar Aficionado, however, listed it as one of the top cars of the year. In 2011, Intellichoice named the FX as a Smartchoice Repair Costs award winner.

Those who can afford the price tag that goes along with this impeccably-designed crossover are sure to be pleased.. View more

Two powerful engine options lend the Infiniti FX exceptional prowess on the road. The mid-size luxury crossover SUV, which comes with a seven-speed automatic transmission with manual shift, has been enthralling drivers since 2003. Whether it is fitted out with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the FX boasts nimble handling and a truly top-notch ride. The only area in which this feisty CUV doesn’t excel is interior space. When its rear seats are up, there is only 25 cubic feet of storage space; even when they are folded down, only 62 cubic feet are made available.

Compared with other vehicles in this class, that is decidedly small.

Production of the Infiniti FX takes place in Tochigi, Japan; it was also designed in that country. Its two trim levels correspond to its two available engines; the FX35 features a 3.5-liter V6 that gets 303 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. The FX50 has a 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 390 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.

All-wheel drive versions of the FX35 have fuel economy ratings of 16 mpg in the city, 21 mpg on the highway and 18 mpg combined; AWD versions of the FX 50 have fuel economy ratings of 14/20/16. The Infiniti FX is not designed for towing.

2003 marked the debut year of the FX. During its first generation, the two available trims were the FX35 and the FX45. A face-lift in 2006 brought a newly designed bumper and grille into the mix; three new exterior colors were also added. The second generation of the FX premiered at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2008.

The FX50 replaced the FX45; longer headlights and a trapezoid-shaped grille with wavy designs were also added. The interior received a complete redesign that incorporated stitched leather accents.

Throughout its history, the Infiniti FX has been known for its exquisite styling. Its interior abounds with luxurious materials; gleaming wood trim adds sophistication. The FX50 comes standard with a bevy of key features including a cargo cover, an air filtration system, and 20 wheels. As far as options go, there are several options packages available. The Sport Package, which is only offered for the FX50, ads active rear steering and paddle shifting.

The Technology Package adds adaptive cruise control and a lane departure warning system.

Thanks to its rather high price tag, the Infiniti FX has been left out of the spotlight on many occasions. The April 2009 issue of Cigar Aficionado, however, listed it as one of the top cars of the year. In 2011, Intellichoice named the FX as a Smartchoice Repair Costs award winner.

Those who can afford the price tag that goes along with this impeccably-designed crossover are sure to be pleased.. View more

The Infiniti G35 is the third-generation import of Nissan’s Skyline V35 luxury-sport vehicle. It is available as a four-door sedan and two-door coupe, and both versions offer aerodynamic exterior lines and the handling of sports cars. The powerful G35, so named for its 3.5 liter engine, quietly hums like a luxury car for the sport-minded driver.

The impossibly smooth six-cylinder engine can accelerate from zero to sixty in 5.8 seconds, yet it seats four adults comfortably. Overall, the G35 is elegant inside and out with the ability to compete with any other sports car for speed.

As a front-engine, rear wheel drive vehicle, the G35 runs between 260 and 298 horsepower in the 222 kW V6 engine. Both 5-speed automatic and 6-speed manual transmissions are available. The body of the G35 is all-steel and stiff with a powerful drive-train that provides confidence and control at high speeds.

A fuel-conscious G35 driver can get 27 miles to the gallon, even though the 2005 model is ranked at 24. For safety, the G35 sports dual-stage front airbags, front seat bags, and curtain side-impact airbags in the front and rear.

The first of the Infiniti G (P10) series was released in 1991 as a redone version of Nissan’s Primera; it was replaced by the P11 in 1999. The third-generation G35 replaced that G20 line with its sleek, modern exterior and V6 engine for speed. Nissan then redesigned the G35 and unveiled the curvy G37 in 2007.

The sedan version of the car has five different trim options: the base model, Journey, G35x with all-wheel drive, Sport, and Sport 6MT. The most popular and produced sedan trim is the Journey, which offers a responsive automatic climate control and a six-CD changer stereo. The Sport and 6MT trims offer sport seats, 18-inch tires, and a limited-slip differential. The G35 was refreshed in 2005 with a refreshing interior and exterior, sporting higher quality gauges, knobs, and an authentic aluminum trim.

The original Brembo brakes were also replaced by larger braking discs and a caliper design better fitted for the car. Rosewood trim is also offered as an option on the 2005 model. Exterior design jewelry comes in the Xenon headlamps, LED taillights, and polished dual-rear exhaust pipes.

The Infiniti G35 won the Motor Trend Car of the Year award in 2003 for its cool, casual luxury at a price that was just as cool. The 2003-4 G35 is also ranked as the safest car in its luxury mid-size vehicle category by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s status report in 2007. It was also ranked as the second-safest vehicle overall in the same report.. View more

As far as mid-size luxury cars go, the Infiniti G37 is an affordable, powerful vehicle with plenty of available options. It is available as a sedan, coupe, and convertible. Since 1998, it has been a front-wheel drive vehicle, with modern models gaining four-wheel drive capability.

The G37 can be loud at high speeds, and it feels a bit cramped as a coupe, but overall, it offers exceptional performance and luxury for its price.

The Infiniti G37 has a 3.7-liter VQ37VHR V6 engine, which is what gives the car its name. The car usually offers about 330 horsepower, although the new IPL (Infinity’s performance series) provides 348 horsepower. A new valve system in the 2008 G37 allows for more torque at lower speeds and about 18 to 24 miles per gallon. The 2009 Infiniti G37 introduced a new 7-speed automatic transmission, though the 5-speed automatic that received some criticism when attached to earlier models like the G35 was still present in early G37s.

Infiniti G vehicles are assembled in Tochigi, Japan.

The Infiniti G series has been popular since the early 1990s among entry-level luxury car buyers, but there had been complaints about some aspects of the G35 in the early 2000s. The G37 was built to address some of these concerns and packed a stronger engine, a refined transmission, and more up-to-date luxury features. The G37 is still popular and a new addition to the line in 2011 will introduce Infiniti’s series of performance cars.

Trim options include the Journey, X, and Sport 6MT packages. The Sport 6MT package allowed for a six-speed manual transmission rather than the standard 7-speed automatic transmission and is available in both coupe and sedan versions of the G37. It also refines the brakes and the wheels of the Infiniti G37 for better performance, with ventilated rotors, larger brakes, and a viscous limited-slip differential.

A four-wheel drive version of the Infiniti G37 is known as the X model and has specs similar to the base package. Finally, the Journey trim adds extra options like a navigation system, a DVD player, and a generally more luxurious interior.

The Infiniti G37 has received numerous awards including the 2008 Automobile Magazine All-Star award and a designation as one of Car Driver’s 10 best vehicles in 2009. Its NHTSA safety ratings have been historically very high and reliability ratings are generally above average. The G37 certainly corrected any problems with its older brother, the G35, and has been a consistently high-quality luxury vehicle.

With numerous modern tech advancements and an overabundance of trim options, the G37 is one of the most capable Nissan vehicles on the road.. View more

The Infiniti M45 is a mid-size luxury sedan. It is a front-engine vehicle available in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The M45 seats five comfortably, offers ample legroom, and comes with a full-size trunk.

It is designed to be both luxurious and swift, and recent models of the vehicle feature significant performance upgrades. The M45 is ideal for those looking for a luxury sport sedan that is large enough to comfortably accommodate a family with two to three children.

The M45 features a 4.5-liter V-8 engine that can produce 325 horsepower. It comes as with five-speed auto-manual or automatic or seven-speed automatic transmission. For added performance, it offers speed-proportional power steering. Anti-lock brakes, stability control, and electronic traction control are all standard safety features, as are front and rear curtain airbags, front side airbags, and driver and front passenger occupant-sensor equipped airbags with multistage deployment. Cargo capacity on the M45 sedan is 14.9 cubic feet, and the rear seat center armrest offers trunk access, expanding the cargo capacity somewhat.

The M45’s estimated fuel economy is 16mpg/city and 21mpg/highway.

The Infiniti M45 was first introduced by Infiniti’s parent company, Nissan, in 2002 and was designed to bridge the gap between Infiniti’s M30 coupe and Q45 executive sedan. Infiniti positioned it to compete with such luxury sports sedans as the Lexus GS. It went into production with model year 2003 and was received well by both press and public.

In 2004, Infiniti debuted a new generation of the M45 at the New York Auto Show, a reworked version of Nissan’s Fuga platform from Japan, for production year 2005. The M45 ceased production with the 2010 model. For 2011, it was replaced by the M56.

The M45 was assembled entirely in Oppama, Japan.

A number of luxury features distinguish the M45 sedan. These include driver and front passenger bucket seats that are heated and ventilated, offer electrical height and tilt adjustment, and lumbar adjustment. The driver seat is also equipped with memory technology, as are door mirrors and the steering wheel.

It has a six-speaker RDS sound system with a six-disc remote CD changer and MP3 compatibility. It also comes with a glass, electric sunroof, and its windshield wipers feature an automatic rain sensor. An onboard computer provides the driver with trip and fuel consumption information.

All upholstery is leather, and the dashboard and door panels are trimmed in wood/wood grain.

The Infiniti M45 has been named best-in-class a number of times. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance declared the M45 to be the Best New Car in the $40,000 or under category in 2002. Additionally, the M45 has received accolades from the EPA as a large category sedan.. View more

The Infiniti Q45 was a full-size luxury car produced and sold by the Infiniti division of Nissan Motor Company Ltd. As a rear-wheel, V8-powered luxury car, the Q45 served as the flagship of the then-burgeoning luxury marque. The Q45 evolved over three generations from a high-performance sedan with luxury appointments to a softer and more sedate vehicle that was loaded with the latest technology.

The sole engine choice for the third generation Q45 was a 4.5-liter V8 engine. Attached to a 5-speed automatic with overdrive, the 4.5-liter engine produced 340 horsepower at 6400 rpm and 333 pound feet of torque. EPA fuel economy estimates for the Q45 were 17 miles per gallon for in-city driving and 24 miles per gallon on the highway.

These figures are well in line with other competing vehicles.

The Q45 entered the U.S. market in 1989 as a 1990 model, competing with the then-new Lexus LS400 for market supremacy. The Q45 also had to contend with competitors from Mercedes Benz, BMW, Jaguar and Cadillac. The first generation model featured a grille-less design with a Cloisonne front insignia. With a limited-slip differential, multi-link suspension and powerful 278 horsepower V8 engine, the Q45’s performance bested the LS400 and other competing vehicles. Unfortunately, an ill-conceived ad campaign meant the public was not as aware of the flagship Infiniti and sales suffered.

The public’s unfavorable view of the Q45’s front end design lead it to be tweaked in 1994, adding a waterfall grille to the front of the vehicle. The second-generation Q45 used a smaller, more conventional platform with a smaller 4.1-liter engine producing 266 horsepower. The third-generation Q45 restructured its performance even further with a new 340 horsepower V8 engine and suspension upgrades.

The Sport trim was the only trim available for the 2006 model year, which was the last production year for the Q45. The Q45 offered an all-leather interior, front power seats with 8-way adjustments, 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome accents, remote keyless entry, rain sensing wipers, 8-speaker Bose system with CD changer and voice-activated navigation. Interior decór features included double-stitched seats, dark maple trim and white luminescent gauge markings.

Unfortunately, the public’s awareness of the Q45 was relatively low, leading to poor sales. As a result, the Q45 was discontinued after the 2006 model year in favor of the M35 and M45. The M45 inherited the Q45’s 4.5-liter V8 while having more interior room and better performance than the Q45, despite its smaller size.. View more

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