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Infiniti - a brief history

Beginning in 1989 as Nissan's luxury car brand, their goal and vision was to compete with big European and American car brands in the USA market. Their logo is symbolic of always looking forward into the horizon.

In 1989 they launched their first cars in the US market across 51 different dealerships and soon made a name for themselves. Fast forward to 2001 and Infiniti have included a new technology in their cars called intelligent cruise control, which helps maintain a safe distance from the driver in front and reads the traffic around you, adjusting your speed accordingly.

Over the next decade they introduced more and more cutting edge technology like voice recognition (2002), lane departure warning (2004) and the around view monitor (2007), which uses on board cameras so you can see how close you are to other cars when parking.

Infiniti car insurance

If you've invested lots of your hard earned cash into one of these pieces of precision engineering like the FX, make sure you have the right level of cover in place to protect it.

You might find that it's difficult to get a quote for third party fire & theft cover and need to opt for fully comprehensive. To see what the different cover options are, have a look at our comprehensive car insurance page.

Below are some of the stats from a few of the Infiniti models available, including their typical group range, tax bracket range and engine capacity range. These might be useful in gauging potential insurance and tax may costs for each model.

Infiniti-EX

The EX is a compact crossover from Nissan’s luxury marque, Infiniti. Only available in the UK since 2009 you won’t find many of these coupe-inspired crossovers on the roads, so if you get one, chances are you’ll be the only person for miles who does.

  

Specification Engine Capacity Typical Insurance Group* Tax Bracket Range*
Standard trim 3.0-3.7 46-47 K-M
GT 3.0-3.7 46-47 K-M
GT Premium 3.0-3.7 46 K-M

Infitini FX

The FX is the biggest car in the Infiniti range and is a large 4X4 that's not designed as an off-roader. At least, not in the proper sense of a 4X4. Intended to compete against vehicles like the Porsche Cayenne, BMW X6 and Range Rover Sport, the FX is trying to break into a premium club.

 

Specification Engine Capacity Typical Insurance Group* Tax Bracket Range*
GT 3.0-3.7 50 L-M
GT Premium 3.0-3.7 50 L-M
S 3.0-5.0 50 L-M
S Premium 3.0-5.0 50 L-M

Infiniti M

The Infiniti M is Nissan's executive equivalent of a BMW 5-series, available in petrol, diesel or a hybrid engines. Like the rest of the Infiniti range, the M model is a newcomer to the UK and has only been available since 2010.

Specification Engine Capacity Typical Insurance Group* Tax Bracket Range*
Standard trim 3.0-3.7 44-46 J-L
GT 3.0-3.7 44-46 G-L
S 3.0-3.7 44-46 J-L
S Premium 3.0-3.7 43-46 J-L
GT Premium 3.0-3.7 44-46 G-L
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Infiniti G

The Infiniti G is a compact executive car available as a saloon, coupe or convertible. This puts it in the same class as the BMW 3-series and Mercedes-Benz C-class.

Although it has been available in the USA for several years, the G, along with the rest of the Infiniti range, has only been available in the UK since 2009. The current edition of the G is known as the G37.

Specification Engine Capacity Typical Insurance Group* Tax Bracket Range*
Standard trim 3.7 46 L
 GT 3.7 45-46 L
GT Premium 3.7 45 L
S 3.7 45-46 L
S Premium 3.7 45 L

Infiniti cars: did you know?

  • Established in 1989
  • Founded by Nissan as their luxury car brand
  • CEO is Johan de Nysschen, previously of Audi of America

Infiniti is a partner of the very successful Red bull Racing Formula 1 Team. Thus, it has a ‘Sebastian Vettel’ edition of its Crossover vehicle, the Infiniti FX.
Infiniti’s first advertising campaign was generally considered poor as it didn’t show any of the cars.

Infiniti entered the Guinness Book of Records in 2011 with the world’s fastest accelerating hybrid car, the M35h. It covered the required quarter mile in 13.9031s (average of all runs).

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