Engine:3.7L V6 SFI
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 6
Drive Type: AWD
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Black
Palm City, Florida, United States
Must sell due to divorce. Immaculate low millage with every option. No scratches dents or dings. Garage kept. Non Smoker. Included features: Premium Package, Sport Package, Technology Package ALL WHEEL DRIVE TRACTION CONTROL SUNROOF LEATHER SEATS BOSE PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM NAVIGATION AM/FM/CD/XM SATELITTE (XM Subscription is currently active) AXUILARY AUDIO/VIDEO INPUT IPOD CONTROLS BLUETOOTH PHONE INTEGRATION SPEED SENSITIVE VOLUME CONTROL BACKUP CAMARA 8-WAY POWER FRONT DRIVER/PASSENGER SEATS HEATED FRONT SEATS HEATED POWER MIRRORS ONE-TOUCH POWER WINDOWS DUAL ZONE CLIMATE CONTROLS -- DRIVER/PASSENGER TILT AND TELESCOPIC STEERING WHEEL OUTSIDE TEMPURATURE DISPLAY FOG/DRIVING LIGHTS XENON HIGH INTENSITY HEADLAMPS REAR DEFROST REAR SPOILER 18" ALLOY WHEELS Many other options/features included. Only option that was offered that I don't have is the automatic speed adaptive cruse control.
Price will be around on $16.500
Nissan launched Infiniti back in 1989 as a US brand, but more recently, Nissan's luxury marque has started focusing on more of a global presence. With a new global headquarters set up in Hong Kong and former Audi bigwig Johan de Nysschen at the helm, Wards Auto is reporting that the automaker's next goal is to create a "de-Americanized" lineup of vehicles.
This plan essentially consists of smaller cars and smaller-displacement engines to make Infiniti more attractive for buyers in Europe and Asia - two regions that tend to skew more toward smaller vehicles and smaller powerplants. To this point, Infiniti has been focused on vehicles better-suited to the US market - in fact, its smallest engine is a 3.7-liter V6 with 330 horsepower, and it doesn't offer a single diesel.
The first step in this transformation will be part of the Daimler-Nissan engine deal that will see a four-cylinder diesel eventually used in the 2014 Q50, but the report also reconfirms the importance of the soon-to-arrive Q30 production model (a concept of which was revealed last week in Frankfurt), along with the idea of a QX30 based on the Nissan Qashqai. There's also the latest projection of a full-electric Infiniti model that Wards says will debut sometime around 2015. Of course, Infiniti isn't giving up on large cars entirely - the reports indicates that Infiniti is planning a fullsize flagship model - possibly named Q80 - to compete against German sedans like the Audi A8, BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
With Formula One taking to Belgium and the famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit this weekend - boasting a reputation as one of the most beautiful courses on the calendar - all eyes will likely be on the tricky Eau Rouge corner, which challenges drivers' high-speed car control over a rolling, tree-lined hill. Infiniti played on the turn's iconic legacy for its ruby red Q50 Eau Rouge concept, and now the brand hopes to trademark the famous racing name so it can keep using it for a potential production version.
In January, the company filed for a trademark on Eau Rouge for "Automobiles and their structural parts; Fuel cell automobiles and their structural parts; Concept cars" with the US Patent and Trademark Office. According to Bloomberg, the application is still under consideration and not yet a guarantee. It's possible that the track could attempt to block the automaker from earning rights to the name. Alternatively, a trademark lawyer tells Bloomberg that the two of them could also strike a deal where Infiniti would pay a small amount for each car sold bearing the title, which could give Spa a bit of extra money in the bank.
Regardless of the name, a vehicle like the Eau Rouge is something enthusiasts have been wanting for years. It combines a modified, 560-horsepower version of the engine from the Nissan GT-R into a four-door sedan covered in aggressive, carbon fiber aerodynamic parts.
"It took us 25 years to bring Audi back in the US. This kind of thing takes a long time."
When Johan De Nysschen left his post at Audi of America last year to take the seemingly thankless job of leading Infiniti's global operations, it seemed like a familiar scenario. Like Michael Dukakis going from one of two men that could have won the White House to teaching political science at an obscure Florida college.