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Released: Nov 2016
Pitched by Infiniti as a brand-builder, the Q60 arrived in November 2016 to tackle the premium mid-size coupe segment.
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Released: Sep 2016
Infiniti's second compact crossover, the QX30, arrived in September 2016 and followed its almost-identical Q30 cousin to the Australian market.
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Released: Aug 2016
The Q30 was described as Infiniti's “most important car” when it launched in August 2016, as it looked to help bolster the Japanese brand's fledging local line-up.
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Released: Jul 2015
Infiniti marked its entrance into the large luxury SUV market with the controversially-styled QX80.
The eight-seat truck, which was based on Nissan’s Y62 Patrol, debuted in the local market at $110,900 plus on-road costs going head to head with the $23,800 dearer Lexus LX570 – itself a more luxurious clone of Toyota’s 200 Series LandCruiser – as well as Range Rover and the Mercedes-Benz GL range.
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Released: Feb 2014
Infiniti’s take on the mid-size sedan segment, the Q50, launched in Australia in early 2014 and was marketed as an alternative in the luxury car market.
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Released: Nov 2013
Infiniti re-branded their M sedan to the Q70 in late 2013.
The Q70 aimed to compete against European luxury sedans such as the BMW 5 series and Mercedes-Benz E Class. It came with the option of a petrol or turbo-diesel V6, in addition to a range-topping V6 hybrid.
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Released: Sep 2013
Infiniti continued its model name changeover in late 2013 with the sleek FX crossover taking the QX70 moniker.
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Released: Dec 2012
Discontinued: Jul 2013
THE oldest of three model lines that formed the basis of Infiniti’s relaunch in Australia was the G37 in Coupe and Convertible form, which arrived in late 2012, a few months after the FX SUV and M sedan.
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Released: Sep 2012
Discontinued: Nov 2013
ARRIVING in Australia in late 2012 as luxury car sales were sliding, Infiniti’s M sedan was a stab at a BMW 5 Series competitor.
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Released: Sep 2012
Discontinued: Sep 2013
NISSAN launched the Infiniti luxury brand in Australia in the early 1990s with the overpriced and forgettable Q45 large sedan, which sold poorly before disappearing from showrooms.
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