The Infiniti FX is a midsize luxury crossover SUV sold by Infiniti. It is sold in two models: the FX35 and the FX45. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti FX"
The entry-level automobile in Nissan's Infiniti marque uses the letter "G" as a model identifier. There have been two different vehicles in this range: ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti G"
The G20 was Infiniti's entry-level car during most of the 1990s. It shared it's platform with Nissan's Japanese/European-market Primera with only one motor, the SR20DE 2.0 litre Inline 4-cylinder, also shared with the Nissan Sentra/200SX SE-R and Nissan NX2000. The engine produced only 140 horsepower (104 kW), but became extremely popular among "tuners" who liked it for its flexibility, reliability, fuel economy and high power-handling capabilities. Thanks to this and their low buy-in cost, used SR20 powered Sentras, 200SXs and G20s have become popular and prominent in the tuner sub-culture. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti G20"
The Infiniti G35 is a sport luxury car introduced to North America in the 2003 model year. It is known as the 11th generation (V35) Nissan Skyline in Japan, and other names elsewhere in the world. It is available in sedan and coupe, making up to 298 horsepower in 6-speed Coupe form. The G35 is assembled in Tochigi, Japan, and the first G35 was built on March 12, 2002 as a 2003 model. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti G35"
The I30 and I35 were front wheel drive luxury cars from Nissan's Infiniti marque. They were based on the Nissan Maxima sedan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti I"
The Infiniti J30 was a rear wheel drive luxury car. The J30 went into production on April 7, 1992 as a 1993 model to replace the M30. The car was fairly small but featured rounded styling uncharacteristic of the crowded near-luxury market. Unlike earlier Infinitis, the J30 received effective advertisement with jazz music and artistic camera shots. Power came from a 3.0 L VG30DE V6 (shared with the 300ZX) which produced 210 hp and 220 ft.lbf. While it shares the Y32 Chassis with the Nissan Cedric/Gloria, it was essentially a rebadged version of the Japan-market Nissan Leopard J.Ferie where it was offered with both the VG30DE and VH41DE V8; AWD ; Limited turbo&TT*. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti J"
The Infiniti Kuraza is a concept car the automaker Nissan produced under the Infiniti brand. The Kuraza has at least six doors and three rows of seating. It débuted at the 2005 North American International Auto Show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti Kuraza" http://www.shortopedia.com, the smart choice.
The M30, M45, and M35 are luxury cars from Nissan's Infiniti marque. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti M"
The Infiniti M30 (chassis code F31) was a 2-door sport coupe introduced with the Q45 as the start of the Infiniti line, as a stopgap until other models could be produced. The M30 was basically a Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) Nissan Leopard built as left-hand drive, luxurified and rebadged as an Infiniti. The other main changes were in the engine, transmission and suspension. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti M30"
The Infiniti Q45 is a fullsize luxury car from Nissan's Infiniti marque. It is a rear wheel drive luxury sedan powered by a V8 engine. The original Infiniti Q45 was based on the Japanese-market Nissan President (the flagship of the entire Nissan lineup at the time), but later generations were based on the lower-end Nissan Cima. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti Q45"
The Infiniti QX4 is an automobile introduced in 1997, based on the Nissan Pathfinder platform. Major differences include a more advanced four wheel drive system and a more upscale interior. Although it is a luxury vehicle, it is quite capable off-road due to its low range four wheel drive system and 8.3 inches of ground clearance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti QX4"
Nissan assembles the QX56, a model of sport utility vehicle, and offers it to the public under the Infiniti brand. It is based on the Nissan Armada full-size SUV, and shares the F-Alpha platform with the Nissan Titan pickup truck. The QX56 competes directly with the Lincoln Navigator and Cadillac Escalade full-size luxury sport utilities, as well as the smaller Lexus LX470. ...more on Wikipedia about "Infiniti QX56"
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