Infiniti is the luxury car business of Nissan. Infiniti officially started selling vehicles on November 8, 1989 in North America and has become its own separate brand in Australia in 2012. Infiniti has the FX SUV, M Sedan, G Coupe and Convertible on offer in Australia with plans to expand the range.
Infiniti Q50 Review
This is it, the car that will change it all for Infiniti in Australia.
Infiniti FX30d Review
The Infiniti FX SUV is by all accounts a unique car. But why would you pick it over its German rivals?
Infiniti G37 Coupe and Convertible Review
Australia's newest Japanese luxury brand launches its two newest models.
Infiniti M37 Review
The Infiniti M is a competent prestige car, but can it lure customers away...
Infiniti FX Review
The Infiniti FX is good enough to attract customers, but is it good enough...
Infiniti M35h Review
The Infiniti M35h sedan is officially the world’s fastest mass produced...
Infiniti FX37 & FX50 Review
The Infiniti FX range will help launch the Japanese manufacturer into a...
Infiniti Q50 'Eau Rouge': F1-inspired concept teased
A Formula One-inspired Infiniti Q50 concept car will make its world premiere at next month's Detroit auto show.
Infiniti Q50: Mercedes-Benz 2.0-litre turbo petrol for mid-sized sedan
The Infiniti Q50 has debuted in China with a turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engine built by Mercedes-Benz.
Infiniti considers Panamera-style four-door coupe
Nissan’s luxury vehicle division, Infiniti, is considering a new high-performance four-door coupe flagship in the mould of the...
Infiniti to 'de-Americanise' its line-up, says president
The boss of Infiniti admits the luxury car maker needs to...
Infiniti to launch performance sub-brand
Infiniti is gearing up to take on the Germans with a performance...
Infiniti QX30 confirmed
Infiniti has confirmed that a smaller crossover SUV, likely to be called...
Infiniti: our competition is too rationally driven
Infiniti says its German rivals are too rationally driven, clinical and...
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