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4.6 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars77%
  • 4 Stars17%
  • 3 Stars5%
  • 2 Stars1%
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4.69 / 5 based on 660 Reviews

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  • "Great car great gas mileage and awesome features the heated leather seats in winter was great" in 6 reviews
  • "Beautiful and you get what you pay for theatre kinda pricey but they are a luxury car so for a luxury car they are not too bad actually " in 6 reviews
  • "Infinity cars all look really nice and come with all the bells and whistles!" in 5 reviews
  • "The car is extremely roomy in the front and back, leather seats, The black trim on the outside though is a little faded now but the car has maintained in good condition-aside from my own wear n tear :p. I was recently interested in placing a stereo in my car until I realized how expensive it would be the harnessing kit-(box) they need to put in costs anywhere from $150-200 , plus the price of labor and stereo I ultimately went a different route." in 5 reviews
Elizabeth N.
50 reviews
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I'm not a big fan . Their cars tend to have a overheating problem or maybe it's just my luck
Elba L.
23 reviews
Best car brand I have had and the service are not outrageous like there competitors! I have had infinity since I first started to drive and I am on my second infinity
Kaylee W.
Orlando, FL
60 reviews
These are reliable cars. I am not scared of theses cars breaking down when using them.
Desirae O.
Corp Christi, TX
58 reviews
My husband and I love our Infiniti G37. It has black leather seats, a sun roof, and a navigation screen. Best part: the back view camera. Because it has a fairly large engine, our gas mileage is about 17-23 miles per gallon, sometimes a little less. But we like the design of this vehicle and travel all over Texas often.
Faraj S.
Brooklyn, NY
15 reviews
Infiniti was an awesome car it hit the gas real well, drove smoothly but I didn't like that it had like bucket seats so it wasn't as comfortable as other cars , I love that it can get fast really well but customer service was the biggest hassle one time , I would buy again
Karrin R.
Las Vegas, NV
60 reviews
Not bad everyday cars pretty much. Just alright really though, but they generally work quite well for the regular person.
Jessy S.
Brooklyn, NY
7 reviews
We own an infinitive m35 and this is by far the best car that I've owned so far. Definitely a luxury car. it's so spacious for my whole family to be comfortable. The trunk space is outstanding when we went on vacation we were able to fit both of our full size suitcases bliss carry on in the trunk with no problem. The car accelerates quickly and is really powerful. We've had our car for a long time and it is almost at 100,000 miles and the car/ transmission is still in great condition.
Sindy M.
59 reviews
I am 100 percent in love with my Infiniti. I wouldn't trade it in for anything in the world
Brooke A.
South Jordan, UT
284 reviews
Nice cars but they lose their value quickly. I leased an Infiniti and turning it back to the dealer was a pain in the butt! I actually lost a lot of money because of my Infiniti.
Shanna T.
Irving, TX
258 reviews
I love my Infiniti so much! I still am driving my 2007 and am still impressed everyday. I drive this everywhere and it is my only vehicle. I will definitely buy Infiniti again for my next car!
Steph K.
Lebanon, PA
102 reviews
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Are infinitis a reliable car?
gabrielle j.
Bakersfield, CA
137 reviews
How reliable are these cars?
Myia D.
Baltimore, MD
129 reviews
Is infinity a good brand for a car to buy for first timers?
Janet R.
248 reviews
Are these cars reliable? And are parts expensive?
Jenna L.
Los Gatos, CA
246 reviews
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I would love to own an Infiniti

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