Infiniti Luxury Cars Ratings

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    2004 Infiniti QX56 - 4x2

    Pros: Comfortable and quiet still at 100,000

    Cons: The temperature control buttons

    Advice: Buy it

    I have just reached 100,000 miles on my Qx56, and other than the brake issue that resolved early, this has been the most reliable and most comfortable vehicle I've ever owned. Other than normal oil changes etc. I have not had one problem. I live in Minn. and this will go through the worst weather with ease.

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    2003 Infiniti G35 - w/Leather (A5) Coupe

    Pros: comfortable seats

    Cons: none stop problems...always in the shop

    Advice: check vechile history at infiniti dealer before you buy the car!!!!

    bad brakes, bad paint, electrical problems.....

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    2007 Infiniti M35x - Base

    Pros: Navigation, rear view camera, acceleration

    Cons: Voice control is not accurate

    Advice: Don't get lured into buying brand names like Lexus and BMW.

    My wife wanted a luxury car but I wanted a sportier drive, when we test drove the M35, we both agreed that this was the ONE. BMW 5s has such a stiff old fashion interior with anemic power when compared this M and cost more! We ended up with a M35x with a premium package (still cheaper than the 5s), all my passengers were impressed with the roomy interior and I was just thrilled when I reached 120km/h before I reached the end of entry ramps.

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    2005 Infiniti Q45 - Base

    Pros: Comfort

    Cons: 5-speed transmission vs. 6 or 7 speed in others

    Advice: Try it - you'll love it.

    Extremely quiet and responsive. Premium Package adds some great features like laser guided cruise control, reclining rear seats & rear seat climate and sound system control. Best car in its class for quality, value and performance.

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    2002 Infiniti Q45 - Base

    Pros: Motor performance

    Cons: Electical system

    Advice: Don't buyt

    For a luxury auto , this car is a disappontment . The sensor light on the wheel for showing 'flat ' comes on and the dealer has never been able to fix it. In addtion shortly after the 60,000 mile guarantee was up , the sturts on the trunk wore out, the ignition switch was faulty and now it needs a new starter . Further the motor for the window on the drivers side is faulty and needs repalcement . Worse , when you take the car in for repairs many of the parts are on 'back order.' After this expierience , I question the quality of any Infiniti product.

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    2006 Infiniti QX56 - 4x4

    Pros: Performance, room, price, a lot of standard goodies, great third row seating

    Cons: No auto lock, more wood , locking fuel cap

    Advice: Great SUV for the money if you are looking for a lot of room and the best tow this is it

    The Best SUV for the price. Before I decided I test drove the 07 Escalade , GL450, 06 Navigator, and Lexus LX470. Escalade -- GM did a good job on the new model, but the third seat was horrible also no real wood and no auto windows, cheap plastics and carpet for the price --not worth the almost 20k over the QX GL450- great engineering, not enough room, everything extra, NO leather- you have to pay $1,600 extra. To get the same options as the QX it will cost around 72k. Too much for a first year car.. Navigator--nice but after driving it for a day the QX felt better with more low end power and better handling, also the navigation was a pain( the screen was smaller as well) and finally- what's with the fake aluminum look on the dash for 67k they can’t afford the real thing? LX470--was my last test, after driving all the others I can honestly say that I would never buy the LX-- No power - compare with the others, unusable third seat ( even my kids didn’t' like sitting back there) they also do not fold flat, the ride felt like i was driving an electric car.. As far as looks--it seems that it came back from the 60's. I did like the interior but for the price it did not even make the list. I really do not understand all the good reviews that this SUV gets from all the 'experts'.

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    2005 Infiniti FX45 - Base

    Pros: love 'em all

    Cons: bumpy ride

    Advice: drive it like you stole it!

    I love the way the FX45 looks coming down the road, super sexy. The performance is impeccable. My FX45 has all the bells and whistles, and they are great, somewhat intuitive though I've had to pull out the manual a few times (there are 4 -5 of them!) The ride is a bit jarring, you definitely feel every bump in the road. I'll sacrifice comfort for the safety, speed, and cool points!