Nissan established its luxury brand, Infiniti, with just two models in 1989. Over a few decades, the company expanded to include a full line of sedans, coupes, convertibles, crossovers, hybrids, and SUVs.
The vehicle may cut power after rapid acceleration and unintentionally stall.
The newly updated system uses navigation data to make the driving experience smoother.
Unfortunately, this crossover-coupe isn't much more than a pretty face.
The QX55's shapely exterior can't cover up this Infiniti's inherent flaws.
Look out BMW X4, Infiniti's QX55 wants a piece of the pie.
The QX60 Monograph concept showed us what to expect, but have another a look at the production SUV cloaked in camo.
We haven't seen the final product yet. But with the QX60 Monograph concept and this news, we have a good idea of what's to come.
Consumer Reports rounded up responses from owners, and unsurprisingly, Tesla owners really like Tesla.