What models does INFINITI make?
INFINITI is a Japanese luxury brand run by Nissan, and it has a lot of luxury to offer the discerning buyer especially if you buy a used INFINITI model. What models does INFINITI make? They have SUVs, crossovers, sedans and more, and we will cover them all right here.
INFINITI sedan lineup
INFINITI has three sedan models in their current lineup. The most affordable model is the Q50 and above that, you have the larger Q70.
If you want something even larger than the Q70, then for a small premium, you can get the Q70L. This model has a longer wheelbase and more interior space.
INFINITI SUV lineup
The INFINITI SUV models are easy to pick out from their model names alone. They still start with a Q and end with a number, just like the sedans, but you’ll find an X in the middle. In short, if you see an X in the model name, then you’re looking at an INFINITI SUV.
The lineup starts off with the most affordable model being the QX30. From there it goes up with the QX50, QX60, QX70, and the top QX80. The QX60 and QX80 are both three-row SUVs, but the QX70 in between them is a two-row SUV with a sportier appearance. Perhaps to simplify the lineup, INFINITI is phasing out the QX70.
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The QX80 is a full-fledged body-on-frame SUV making it as rugged and durable as a truck. In fact, its platform is based on the Nissan Patrol which is a large Nissan SUV often used for military applications. It also isn’t available in the U.S.
Does INFINITI make a coupe?
Just to be clear, when we say coupe, we mean a car with just two doors. Some brands, especially from Europe, have gotten cheeky as of late, and have been calling smaller versions of their four-door sedans coupes even though they still have four doors.
INFINITI does make a single coupe model, and it’s called the Q60. If you put it in the sedan lineup in terms of price, it would sit right where its model number would have you believe, above the Q50 but below the Q70. Though it does have two doors, it still has seating for four.
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