Infiniti Owner's Manuals
HQ:Hopewell Centre, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Infiniti is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese carmaker Nissan. Infiniti formally began marketing cars on November 8, 1989, in North America. The selling network for Infiniti-branded cars includes dealers in over 50 countries.
In January 2018 Infiniti announced that the brand would be converted into an electric brand, with all new cars either being hybrid or all-electric by 2021.
In 2012, Infiniti relocated its global base from the Nissan corporate building in Yokohama and organized in Hong Kong as Infiniti Global Limited, to have a bigger focus on the luxury market in mainland China as it projected the country to become the biggest luxury vehicle market.
With its QX60 crossover (previously known as JX35) Infiniti started to build cars outside Japan. In 2014, it began offering two models in Xiangyang, China, a factory operated by Nissan's joint venture with Dongfeng Motor. In the same period Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK developed in Sunderland, England, to create a new compact car called Q30 in 2015.
- Infiniti Q50 (Q50 2.0t Pure, 2.0t Luxe, 3.0t Luxe, 3.0t Sport, Red Sport 400, Hybrid)
- Infiniti Q60 (Q60 2.0t Pure, 2.0t Luxe, 3.0t Luxe, 3.0t Sport, Red Sport 400)
- Infiniti QX50 (EX30d and EX37 in Europe)
- Infiniti QX60 (3.5, Hybrid variant discontinued)
- Infiniti QX80 (SUV)
Infiniti known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Infiniti are:
- Steering rack leaking
- Transmission failure
- Drivability problems
- The rear power door may not open or lock properly
- The mass airflow sensor may break
- An abnormal sound from timing chain area