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.
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Infiniti Australia expects the just unveiled Q30 crossover to become its best-selling model when it goes on sale locally in the second quarter of 2016.
The Infiniti Q30 - which will be built in the UK - is powered by either a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol (155kW/350Nm) or a 2...
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class was Australia’s favourite luxury car in 2013. Perhaps a more impressive fact, however, is that Stuttgart’s mid-sized model outsold every mainstream medium car except the Camry and Mazda 6. It’s fair, then, to call this a significant volume car – as is its decades-old arch enemy, the BMW 3 Series, which matched that last feat...
The Audi A4, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class accounted for three-quarters of their segment’s sales in 2013, though that still meant one in four buyers looking for a mid-sized luxury car priced above $60,000 wanted something non-German.
We had this factoid in mind when we decided to do something a bit different with our plan to compare the new-generation C-Class just released...
Crash safety testers impressed with Volvo XC90, Mercedes-Benz GLC, Jaguar XE, Mazda MX-5, Infiniti Q30 in 2015
Euro NCAP, sister organisation to the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), has named the cars that impressed most in crash safety tests carried out through 2015...
The big new 2017 Infiniti Q60 has been given a world premiere at this week’s Detroit auto show, revealed as just the latest in a run of promising new models for the Japanese luxury marque.
Returning to the venue where it first appeared as a striking concept in 2015, the new Q60 is revealed today in its final production form ahead of an Australian debut set to occur later this year...
Medium/large cars coming in 2016
Mainstream medium/large cars
Ford Falcon XR Sprint – Q1
Skoda Superb – Q1
Volkswagen Passat Alltrack – Q1
Subaru Levorg – mid 2016
Hyundai / Genesis G80 rebranding – late 2016/early 2017
Luxury medium/large cars
Audi A4 sedan – February
Audi A4 Avant – March/April
Infiniti Q70 update – February
Jaguar XF – February
Lexus GS F – February
BMW 750i/750iL – March
Jaguar XJ – March
BMW 330e – May
BMW M4 GTS – June
Audi RS6 Avant Performance, RS7 Sportback Performance – Q2
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Plug-in – Q2
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Plug-in – Q2
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe – Q2
Jaguar XE update (infotainment) – first half
Audi S8 Plus – mid 2016
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet – Q3
Infiniti Q60 – Q4
Mercedes-Benz E-Class – Q4
Volvo S90 – Q4
BMW 3 Series GT update – second half
BMW 4 Series update – second half
Infiniti Q50 update – second half
Audi S4 sedan and Avant – late 2016
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet – late 2016/early 2017...
Firstly, I'd recommend ignoring the Car Advice review of this vehicle in it's entirety. Clearly the test team is either biased or didn't drive this car the way it was intended to be driven.
Amongst a sea of common, overpriced, glorified and unimaginative European SUV's that fill Australia's roads; the QX70S sticks out from the pack and for all of the right reasons...
Up for review is my 2012 Infiniti M37. I bought this second hand with minimal kilometres. There doesn’t seem to be many user reviews of Infinitis on the net, so I hope my review will be useful to prospective buyers. You’ll note I compare it sometimes to my previous VE SSV (manual), and do so because it’s a common car that most people know and can relate to (and one that I am intimately familiar with, and love)...