is the luxury division of Nissan Motor Company. It entered the American market in 1989 and since then has grown to encompass 15 countries with over 230 dealerships. It is now one of the world's most popular luxury brands. What began as a one-model luxury division selling only in North America has grown to a multi-model globally luxury concern.
Infiniti did well, but did not become popular until the early 2000s when the company began marketing sport luxury cars to compete directly with the European imports that dominated the market. The brand now sells sport sedans, sport coupes, crossovers, and sport utilities. The company has recently begun re-branding its vehicles by replacing their former names with a new Q-series moniker to consolidate various model names into one family. Thus the G37 became the Q50 and the QX56 became the QX80 (the "X" meaning "crossover").
Most of Infinit's sales are in the G-series (now the Q-series). The used market for the Infiniti G37 is robust as these popular sport sedans and coupes hold their value well and have a reputation for being not just sporty, but also reliable. The most sought-after G37 is the convertible, of course. The G25 and G35 were also popular, as was the M30 coupe and M35 sedan.
In crossovers, the popular models included the QX50 and QX60. These crossovers enjoy a reputation as being highly competitive with similar midsize crossovers in the market while holding to a high standard of luxury.
Sport utility vehicles in the Infiniti line are dominated by the QX80 and QX4. These large-and-in-charge SUVs are top sellers in markets where dominating size, strong performance, and stylistic statements are the expectation. The QX80's interior utility and exterior refinement have given it a strong aftermarket sales record.