In 1989, Nissan needed a way to compete with fellow Japanese luxury brands, Lexus and Acura. Infiniti was born, a brand with very few innovations above and beyond the Nissan line. Infiniti wouldn’t start to gain market share until they introduced the Q45, a luxury vehicle with a class-leading V8 underneath the hood. Infiniti would continue to gain pace since showing the world it could produce a vehicle on level with the European luxury lines.
Today, the G35 has been Infiniti’s breakaway model. The car’s aggressive style leads them away from the cushy roots of brands like Lexus, and could lift them above the top of the performance luxury market.
September 7, 2012
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July 10, 2012
With a silky smooth design and loaded interior, it's no secret why luxury sedan buyers love the new 2012 Infiniti G37.
March 27, 2012
The 2013 Infiniti JX is the perfect SUV for families that want a little extra space without sacrificing luxury and style.
December 27, 2011
For those who enjoy the finer things in life, the 2012 Infiniti FX50 is a blend of high performance design and luxury.
Looking for a head-turning luxury vehicle that drives like a sports car? Get behind the wheel of this Infiniti.
Sites worth visiting
With a notoriously weak past, it’s no surprise the official Infiniti site is aimed at the future instead of looking toward their history. The site has all the retail flair of a luxury line you’d expect from on of the top automakers in the world.
Infiniti on Wikipedia
The Infiniti page on Wikipedia offers an honest look at the early struggles and present successes of the luxury brand. Our favorite part has to be the look at the Nissan platform, the FM. Just what does it mean to place the engine behind the front axle?
Around the Blogosphere
Infiniti on Autoblog
When you’re looking for the latest technology updates to your favorite Infiniti model or news on the up and coming EX35, Autoblog has you covered. These guys have everything that’s news and then some stuff you’d just find interesting.
Infiniti at Motor Trend
We don’t like to say the guys at Autoblog miss anything, because they’re just too good. Our friends at Motor Trend tend to take a bigger picture look at the auto scene and the choices individual manufacturers make. You can catch up on all of your industry-wide news here.
While this site may not hold the most original content, and while it may be packed with more ads than the Super Bowl, it pulls the most up to date news from sources all over the web. If you don’t like reading all you news from one source, this could be a good site for you.
NICOclub is the premier site for Nissan and Infiniti enthusiasts around the world. Their forum includes a solid Infiniti section with a member base 83,000 strong. Get your tricks and technical tips from real world owners with a passion for performance.
Infiniti Online Mechanic
These guys don’t want their site to substitute for your regular trips to the mechanic; they just want you to make informed decisions about your Infiniti’s maintenance. As a partner of NICOclub, you can be sure they check their sources.
Infiniti on YouTube
Who doesn’t like watching reviews and races involving their favorite cars? Pop over to YouTube for the latest from adrenaline junkies with an eye for the movie screen.
Comes Fresh With a Clean Hard Drive
With new technology come new laws and new concerns. If you’ve got a hard drive to store all the music in your G35, don’t forget it’s illegal to sell the car with that hard drive preloaded. Read on for an interesting look at this new problem for sellers and second-hand owners alike.
G35 Takes the Cake
The G35 enjoyed recent accolades for winning the sport sedan comparison from the guys at Edmunds. The car was up against some stiff competition, including the 335i and the award-winning 2008 CTS.
Infiniti Owners Smarter Than the Rest?
The navigation system in the G35 recently topped the J.D. Power Satisfaction Survey for consumer rated performance. Some people say it’s because of the model’s hard drive, but others suggest a different reason. Could it be that Infiniti and other luxury owners are better educated on using these hi-tech devices?