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Infiniti Cars - Infiniti Prices

Japanese car maker Infiniti (the luxury car arm of Nissan) has been gaining a reputation for the quality and popularity of their sedans, coupes, and crossovers. They are certainly market leaders in terms of engine performance with some impressive power and torque stats on the performance models. The brand offers quality and luxury with an affordable price ticket.

For 2013 Infiniti has replaced their EX35 model with the new luxury crossover, the EX37, which has the capacity to seat five people and comes with rear wheel drive as standard, or the option for intelligent all wheel drive. The EX-37 comes fitted with an impressively powerful V6 engine with a 3.7 liter capacity and 7 speed auto transmission. The list of features included is also impressive, featuring a powered, sliding moon-roof, rear spoiler, twin exhausts, temperature controlled leather seating and touch screen satellite navigation.

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Mostly unaltered for this year is the medium sized luxury SUV crossover, the Infiniti FX50, which comes with a monster 5.0 liter capacity engine in a V8 layout. All wheel drive comes as standard and is coupled with a 7 speed auto gearbox which allows it to achieve between 14 and 20 miles to the gallon depending on highway or urban usage. It still comes packed with features which include, leather temperature controllable seating, powered moon-roof and lift-gate, twin polished metal exhausts, an 11 speaker sound system and voice recognition. Safety features include, ABS, brake assistance, traction control and blind spot warning.

For those of you who are looking at purchasing a luxury hardtop convertible then the mostly unaltered Infiniti G37 is the car for you. This speedy convertible is suited to the single man or woman who is looking to impress their friends and colleagues, and is the ideal entry level convertible. Available as either a 6 speed manual or 7 speed automatic, the G37 is powered by a 3.7 liter V6 engine providing 325 hp. Features included are plentiful and include, a rear facing camera, leather seating, 18 inch alloys and cruise control.

Infiniti now offer two different SUVs for 2013 starting with the QX56 which remains largely unchanged from 2012. Powered by a muscular 5.6 liter V8 engine that produces an impressive 400 hp, it comes with RWD as standard with the option to upgrade to AWD, and is controlled by a 7 speed auto transmission. The QX56 can certainly move and it has a towing capacity of up to 8,500 lbs, and can achieve 14 to 20 miles to the gallon. Features include a triple zone climate control capability, push button starting, a powered lift-gate and leather seating with the heated front seats. Airbags, ABS, frontal collision detection and warning and lane departure warning also come as standard.

Brand new for 2013 is a medium sized SUV, the Infiniti JX, which has capacity for up to 7 people and comes with a 3.5 liter engine, in a V6. The towing capacity is less than the QX56 but nonetheless it can still tow up to 3,500 pounds. Front wheel drive is standard but there is the option to upgrade to all wheel drive and they both come coupled with a CVT transmission. Most of the features are similar to the QX56.

For those of you who are looking for a luxury sedan, then Infiniti offer a choice of three, the M35h, the M37 and the M56. Both the M35h and the M37 remain largely unchanged for 2013 and there is little difference between the two. Both are medium sized luxury sedans and have similar specifications. The M35h has a 3,5 liter V6 engine compared to the 3.7 liter V6 of the M37, and you can expect to reach 60 mph from a standing start in 6.1 seconds in the M35h and a slightly quicker 5.6 seconds in the M37.

Meanwhile the M56 comes with a bigger 5.6 liter V8 engine that can take you from a standing start to 60 mph in a jaw dropping 4.8 seconds, thanks to its 7 speed auto transmission, and rear wheel drive. Satellite navigation, auto climate control, ABS, and hill start assistance are just some of the features you can expect to find in this medium sized sedan.

Discontinued Models: Infiniti EX35, FX35, FX45, G20, G25, G35, I30, I35, J30, M30, M35, M45, Q45, QX4

 

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