Infiniti, Nissan’s luxury arm, was one of the first Japanese luxury brands when it arrived in the late 1980s. It has experienced ups and downs since then, with memorable highlights such as the original Q45 flagship and the sporty G35. Infiniti now designates cars with Q prefixes and SUVs with QX names. The compact Q50 sedan and the Q60 coupe offer plenty of style and technology. Infiniti's SUV models include the compact QX50, the three-row QX60, and the enormous QX80.
Despite its stout twin-turbo V-6 and value pricing, the Infiniti Q50 sedan isn't as entertaining or luxurious as its peers, putting it at the back of the pack.
Although the Infiniti Q60 is one of the prettiest coupes on the road, and every trim has a healthy twin-turbo V-6, it's not as compelling as the competition.
The Infiniti QX50 is an upper-class compact crossover that's very attractive, but its innovative engine fails to live up to its revolutionary goals.
Aesthetics matter to premium-SUV buyers, and the 2022 Infiniti QX60 has received a handsome makeover and a new interior that's heavy on luxury.
The Infiniti QX80 is a handsome three-row luxury SUV, but its competitors are more desirable, and the fundamentally similar Nissan Armada is much more affordable.
Despite a pretty appearance and an expeditious twin-turbo V-6, the Infiniti Q50 isn't as practical or entertaining to drive as most other sports sedans.
The Infiniti Q60 is both undeniably beautiful and less expensive than most other sports coupes, but it doesn't deliver the sportiness its looks promise.
The QX50 touts its innovative variable-compression engine, but the VC-Turbo's efficiency and performance are both lackluster versus more esteemed luxury rivals.
The comfortable and stylish Infiniti QX80 offers space for up to eight passengers and plenty of cargo, but it's outclassed by more modern rivals.
The Q50 has a powerful V-6 and striking styling, but it fails to be the well-rounded sedan that many buyers seek.
The Q50 Red Sport 400 delivers engaging driving dynamics, but it's not as quick and refined as some rivals.
With a visually arresting design and silky-smooth ride, the 2020 Infiniti Q60 trends closer towards luxury than sporty, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Fun to drive and brimming with standard amenities, the Q60 Red Sport 400 is an impressive choice among luxury sport coupes.
Along with an indulgent interior and generous cargo space, the QX50 has a unique powertrain but otherwise doesn't leapfrog its competition.
Comfort, a spacious interior, and impressive technology aptly describe the 2020 QX60, a three-row SUV with room for everyone.
Infiniti's flagship SUV offers bold exterior styling, a gutsy V-8 engine, and a luxury-lined interior, but it's outclassed by newer, more modern rivals.
It can be difficult to make credible luxury fit in a small package and even harder to build a car, like this Infiniti Q50, to contend against such greats as the Audi A4 and BMW 3-series.
Go out for a rip in the Q50 Red Sport 400, and you’ll forget all about its silly name.
The visually arresting Infiniti Q60 casts a spell on onlookers even though it fails to truly excite driving enthusiasts.
Flowing lines and bulging fenders give the Q60 Red Sport 400 an undeniably athletic form, and it’s got the legs to back it up.
The Q70 is stylish, but good looks and a fetching interior aren’t enough to steal the spotlight from fresher foes.
The highly stylized QX30 attempts to connect the experience of compact hatchbacks and high-riding crossovers.
The visually striking 2019 QX50 fits right in with other compact-luxury crossovers, but it also has a one-of-a-kind engine under the hood.
Crossover capability doesn’t come at the cost of luxury or comfort in the stylish QX60.
In the ultracompetitive class of high-riding luxury family limos, the QX80's Infiniti badge and premium pricing pit it against entrenched and highly capable upmarket alternatives.
The 2018 Infiniti Q50 looks nice and can be quick with the V-6 engine, but in the end it's neither as luxurious nor as fun to drive as its nearest rivals.
The Q60 impresses with its stunning looks and strong engine choices rather than sportiness and driving excitement.
The Q70 is stylish and comfortable, but good looks and a fetching interior aren’t enough to steal the spotlight from fresher rivals.
The 2018 Infiniti QX30 has concept-car design, a nicely appointed cabin, and decent road manners, but it lags behind rivals in interior space.
The Infiniti QX60 will suit buyers looking for an SUV that provides a smooth ride and an upscale interior, rather than sporty driving dynamics.
The 2018 Infiniti QX80 has style, comfort, space, and many upscale touches, but rival luxury liners outshine it in most areas.
While it’s wrapped in an attractive shell, the Infiniti Q50 doesn’t have the driving dynamics and refinement of European rivals.
The Q60 stands out for its stunning looks and strong engine choices, rather than sportiness and driving excitement.
The Q70 will suit buyers who prioritize luxurious comfort above other attributes, but it’s not going to please those who aspire to a higher dynamic standard.
The QX30 leads the way with an edgy design and upscale cabin, but it trails competitors when it comes to interior room.
The QX50's peppy engine and impressive handling make it an SUV for people who’d rather be driving a sports car but are open to compromise.
The era when bigger meant better might be behind us, but Infiniti’s QX56 lux-u-vee pays no attention.
The QX60 is a quiet and comfortable SUV with plenty of cargo space, but don't expect sporty driving dynamics.
Flaunting a rakish, athletic stance and boisterous exhaust note, the QX70 is a snazzy standout.
The Infiniti QX80 has plenty of style and space, though it doesn’t have the luxurious details found on other large premium SUVs.
Infiniti calls the EX37 a crossover, but its low-slung stance and intimate interior render it more of a G37 wagon than a luxury SUV.
With the less-powerful, less-expensive G25 sedan banished from the Infiniti lineup for 2013, the gutsy G37 serves as the entry-level sedan for the Infiniti brand.
This new three-row luxury SUV is designed to take on the Mercedes-Benz GL-class and the Audi Q7.
With a choice of V-6, V-8, or hybrid power and rear- or all-wheel drive, Infiniti’s M lineup can be configured to suit a range of preferences.