A pair of aging cars wrapped around one fabulous engine.
Now that Infiniti is its own entity in the Nissan Motors hierarchy and is branching out well beyond the U.S., the automaker is looking at expanding its lineup.
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After crushing in the 2011 Infiniti EX35 compact luxury crossover’s front, rear, side, and roof, the IIHS now has a crush on the compact crossover, naming it one of the Institute’s Top Safety Picks for 2011.
It's been a little while coming, but it appears Infiniti is finally set to make a serious run at German competitors Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
In Europe, having smaller and more efficient gas and diesel engines in an automaker’s lineup is imperative, as fuel can often reach $9 per gallon.