Balancing performance with utility, the Infiniti EX37 is a driver-focused vehicle that is as fun as it is functional. Sleek exterior lines speak to the crossover's swift acceleration as well as its comfort and smart use of interior space.
With three spacious rows of seating and a host of advanced driver-focused features, the Infiniti JX35 is built with maximum versatility in mind. Offering as much passenger room and even more legroom than Infiniti's gargantuan QX56, this cavernous crossover is perfect for afterschool carpools or packing up the skis for a long weekend on the slopes.
While most manufacturers are moving towards small SUVs and crossovers, the sizable, seven-passenger Infiniti QX56 4WD makes a big first impression. Fitted with a 5.6-liter direct-injected V8 that boasts a beefy 400 horsepower, the luxury SUV can pull up to 8,500 pounds and sprints from 0 to 60 in 6.8 seconds.
IPL G Coupe
Combining high-powered output with precision engineering, the Infiniti Performance Line was created to compete with the likes of BMW's M Division and the Mercedes-Benz AMG lineup. As the first to bear the IPL label, this quick sports coupe does a credible job of keeping up with its competition, offering ample horsepower and responsive handling.
Boasting a fast and efficient 3.7-liter, 325-horsepower V6 with VVEL alongside driver-friendly features like 7-speed automatic transmission with manual mode and adaptive climate control, the G37 Convertible is an intelligently-designed drop-top that proves you don't need to sacrifice speed for luxury.
Fun and comfortable to operate, this muscular and feature-laden mid-size luxury crossover packs a monster 390-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 engine married to a seven-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive, giving it a 5.7-second 0-60 mph acceleration and decent handling.
This luxurious crossover SUV combines the cool looks and performance capabilities of Infiniti's stylish G35 sedan with the utility and versatility of a family wagon.
This sumptuous SUV sports a sturdy all-wheel drive and an intimidating 5.6-liter V8 engine. While it drinks like a fish and likes to play on rough terrain, the seven-passenger QX56 has a figurative soft spot, which is evident right away with its three-row seating and spacious cabin.
Improving on the G35, this muscular sports coupe cannot help but zoom down the road with its smooth lines, rev-happy 3.7-liter V6 engine and six-speed manual transmission.
G35 Sport 6MT
Infiniti continues its tradition
of bringing luxury to the masses with this
peppy 6-speed sport sedan.
Has a Japanese company finally built
a car that beats the BMW 5-Series? It certainly
could be considering the M35's mix of strong power,
rear wheel drive, superb handling, 19-inch wheels
and a long list of equipment all for less than 50
A four-seater, the G35 Coupe shatters
the common belief that a true sports car only seats
two. Providing a speedy ride and sweet sounds, it
is an affordable luxurious sports car.