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Oxnard, California, United States
INFINITI at Oxnard is an INFINITI dealership located in Oxnard, CA. Our showroom features a wide selection of used INFINITI and new INFINITI cars to choose from. We also have a service and repair department, parts center, and a financing department for those looking for regular maintenance, genuine parts, and INFINITI lease deals.
INFINITI of Oxnard is the premier INFINITI dealership for Oxnard and surrounding areas. If you live in Oxnard, you’ll find great deals on the latest models and a vast pre-owned inventory right here. Stop by our dealership to find your next INFINITI model.
If you live in the Oxnard area or anywhere in Southern California, you can visit the sales team at INFINITI of Oxnard to find out about the newest models in inventory. The team will help you find the right vehicle for you and your family. Come in and see one of the fabulous INFINITI QX80 models or another SUV. Check out the Q60 coupe to see how it handles. Whether you’re in the market for a sedan, coupe or SUV, INFINITI of Oxnard has what you’re looking for.
You’ll also find a selection of pre-owned INFINITI models to fit your budget. See how the Q50 fits your style with a test drive. Let the sales team tell you all about the amenities and benefits of these models and explain about the technology behind the vehicles. Once you’ve purchased your INFINITI vehicle, come back and see the service department to keep it in prime condition. The technicians will take care of you with oil and filter changes, tire rotation and replacement, and other standard services. If your car is in need of a repair, we’ll take care of you. With the latest in diagnostics equipment, we can figure out the issue and have it repaired right away.
INFINITI of Oxnard provides exceptional sales and service of buyers and car owners in Oxnard and surrounding cities on all INFINITI vehicles. Stop by for a test drive or to check out the latest inventory. Get approved for financing with our finance department or get your vehicle serviced by our expert technicians. INFINITI of Oxnard is the place to go for all your vehicle needs.
Infiniti Q45 for Sale
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As many as 391,000 vehicles from Infiniti and Honda may eventually need to be recalled as a result of two, separately announced Preliminary Evaluations from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to ascertain the scope of the potential safety hazards.
The larger investigation has NHTSA looking into the 2013 Honda Accord because of 24 reports from drivers alleging total loss of power steering or a sudden increase in necessary effort to turn the vehicle. In four cases, the problem is reportedly linked to crashes, with all of them occurring at less than 30 miles per hour. According to the claims, 13 people also reported seeing a warning message during the failure. Turning off the car and restarting it would fix the issue in some cases. If a recall is necessary, it could affect an estimated 374,000 Accords.
The second investigation is much smaller in scope. The safety agency is investigating the 2008 Infiniti EX35 after two complaints of the steering wheel shaft separating, and the vehicle losing the ability to steer. Both reports allege that the steering became loose when driving and then completely failed once the vehicle was stopped. A recall for the problem would affect an estimated 17,000 vehicles. Scroll down to read NHTSA's reports on both Preliminary Evaluations.
Ten years ago, nearly to the day, I took delivery of a brand-new 2004 Infiniti G35 6MT. The sporty rear-wheel drive sedan, equipped with its throaty 260-horsepower V6, slick manual gearbox and limited-slip differential replaced my 2001 BMW 330i because the Japanese competitor touted a product that was roomier, better equipped, quicker and lower priced. The G35 trumped the German in nearly every measurable category - at least on paper.
The 2014 Infiniti Q50 is the direct descendant, albeit two generations later, of the car I owned a decade ago. It is dimensionally about the same size, but it has gained more than 300 pounds of mass thanks to numerous safety upgrades and technical innovations. The additional weight is largely dismissed by a larger and more efficient powerplant that delivers an additional 68 horsepower, a welcome arrival, but the manual gearbox that charmed enthusiasts has been pushed out of the picture by a mandatory seven-speed automatic transmission.
As it has in the past, Infiniti touts its all-new Q50 as a luxury sport sedan worthy of the title. Decades ago, impressive performance statistics may have sealed the deal. Yet there is much more to the assignment today, as the model must offer premium appointments, sophistication and engaging driving dynamics if it's going to entice and capture the next-generation of young, premium buyers - much like the G35 did for me ten years ago.
Hurricane Sandy was the largest Atlantic storm in US history, and its total economic impact is just now coming into view. According to Automotive News, Toyota, Chrysler, Nissan and Honda are set to scrap around 15,000 new vehicles ruined by the storm. Nissan alone accounts for about 40 percent of those, with 6,000 Nissan and Infiniti models deeded "un-saleable" due to damage. The company saw 56 dealerships shuttered due to the storm, but 51 of those have since reopened.
Toyota, meanwhile, had some 4,000 vehicles at its Newark port facility, and of those, 3,000 may be scrapped. An additional 825 were dealer inventory when they were ruined. Honda and Acura dealers are reportedly sending 3,440 vehicles to the salvage yard. By comparison, Chrysler weathered the storm fairly well with 825 units destroyed, while Hyundai suffered only 400 lost units and Kia scrapped around 200.
As you may recall, Fisker also suffered some losses, and Automotive News reports the manufacturer saw 320 Karma models damaged beyond repair. Ford and General Motors have yet to come up with estimates, and no automaker has commented on the full cost of replacing the vehicles.