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Infiniti is the luxury car business of Nissan. Infiniti officially started selling vehicles on November 8, 1989 in North America and was launched as its own separate brand in Australia in 2012. Infiniti has the Q30 active compact, QX30 compact crossover, Q50 sports sedan, Q60 sports coupe, Q70 sedan, QX70 crossover and QX80 SUV, with plans to expand the range.

Infiniti Reviews

2018 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport review

The Infiniti Q60 is very pretty, and there's lots of tech hiding under the skin, but it harbours a few unwelcome surprises.

2018 Infiniti QX80 S Premium review

For many brands, a flagship model takes the lead on technology, performance or style, but in Infiniti’s case its halo car is measured in kilograms. The QX80 is certainly big and brash, and for 2018 it’s also (a little) easier on the eye.

2018 Infiniti Q50 30t Red Sport review

The 298kW, 4.9s 0-100km/h Infiniti Q50 Red Sport is a lot of luxury car for $80k. It looks the part, too, though there are some shortcomings you should know about before considering this unorthodox BMW alternative.

2017 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport review

It looks brilliant on paper, and it's packed with standard features, but put it all together and the Infiniti Q60 Red Sport fails to deliver as a coherent package.

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Infiniti Videos

2017 Infiniti Q60 Review

Read the full article here. There is little point in luxury minnow Infiniti going down established lines or launching product free of risk. If it wants to tear strips from the Germans and Lexus, it needs to be boldly different from the pack. This is where the brand new Infiniti Q60 coupe rolls in...

2017 Infiniti Q30 Review

Read the full article here. The 2017 Infiniti Q30 is a vital car for the Japanese luxury brand in Australia and, on paper at least, it looks like Infiniti finally has a platform that Australians can more broadly get excited about. Rather than quirkily-styled large sedans and SUVs, this Q30 falls right into one of the more popular segments in Australia...

2016 Infiniti Q30 Walkaround : 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show

Read the article here. 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...

Infiniti Q50 Hybrid S Review

Up against established heavy hitters in the mid-size luxury segment, the Infiniti Q50 stands out with distinct styling, world-first technology and aggressive pricing.

Infiniti Comparisons

Audi S5 v BMW 440i v Infiniti Q60 Red Sport comparison

"Middleweight" mightn't be the description a buyer might use for a prospective six-figure motoring purchase, but when shopping premium German brands that's the hard reality, be it size or stature. You've skipped past 'small' straight to 'medium', hurdled the $50k-something base car tip-in point, bound up the model range ladder past bare essentials into indulgence territory and – why not? – splurged extra on a two-door coupe rather than the more affordable and more practical sedan alternative...

Small SUV Mega Test: CarAdvice readers join us at MotorWorld to test 11 small SUVs

At the recent MotorWorld Sydney event at Sydney Motorsport Park, we assembled 11 small SUVs under $50,000 with the aim of comparing not only the cars, but the thoughts of the CarAdvice testing team with the thoughts of you – our readers – and other members of the public...

Luxury sedan comparison part one: Hyundai Genesis v Jaguar XF v Infiniti Q70 v Lexus GS v Skoda Superb

What is luxury? Is it power? Is it control? Is it desirability? All-out plushness? Or just space? Is it a combination of all of those things? And if it is a combination, to what degree does cost and inclusions play a part in determining the luxuriousness of a car? That's what this test aims to find out: we have five sedans here that have some or perhaps all of those aspects covered, though none of them are the usual suspects from Germany...

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Infiniti News

Nissan announces 2022 sustainability plan

Nissan has announced its first-ever sustainability plan as part of its M.O.V.E. to 2022 program, with the goal of decreasing its CO2 emissions from new cars by 40 per cent before 2022 compared to levels in 2000. According to the company, this is the first time it has created a 'comprehensive' sustainability plan, designed to unify its 'environmental, social and governance' initiatives...

Infiniti Australia announces new boss, closes Brisbane showroom

Infiniti has announced Guy Street as its new Managing Director in Australia, just 13 months after Jean-Philippe Roux was replaced by Chang-hwan (CH) Lee. Roux had held the position since late 2014, and his exit last year saw him take up a senior Nissan role in Europe...

Infiniti electric cars to offer at least 500km range

Having announced its plans to build a new electricified vehicle platform, reports have revealed Infiniti's battery-electric cars will have a range of at least 500km. Speaking to Automotive News, the brand's president, Roland Krueger, suggested 311 miles (500km) would be the minimum range offered by cars on the new battery-based platform...

2018 Ward's 10 Best Interiors List announced

Forty new or significantly upgraded interiors were nominated and tested for the 2018Ward's Auto best interior list, with American vehicles taking three spots, two hailing from Europe, and five from Asia. Again a sizeable proportion of the winners are luxury models, but mainstream vehicles were represented by the Hyundai Kona, Chevrolet Equinox, and Toyota Camry...

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Infiniti Owner Reviews

2013 Infiniti G37 S Premium review

Infiniti had a rough start here in Australia, launching with models that had been available for some time overseas. Couple that with high pricing and little to no brand recognition in a market that has a strong preference for established players, and you're going to have a bad time...

2016 Infiniti Q50 2.2d S Premium review

I've been researching a while, and feature for feature (there are heaps) and value with a full suite of safety tech, the Q50 in S Premium is hard to beat. The Q50 is literally a mobile office on the road. Emails, calendar and text at your fingertips and on the fly. The car can read the info back to you, and you can reply via preset responses...

2016 Infiniti Q70 3.7 S Premium Review

The best car I've ever bought. I think my car is as good as a Bentley. A superb car overall. I completed a Melbourne to Noosa return trip averaging 8.4L/100km. It's been 5500km of pure satisfaction, reliability, handling and very good build quality. As an ex-Holden test driver, I've never been in a better car...

2014 Infiniti Qx70 5.0 S Premium Review

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...

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