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Questionable look look-and-feel aside, the 2011 Infiniti QX56 is a solid choice among big luxury Suvs. Infiniti QX56 SUV offers the following pros: Plentiful features, both traditional and optional; comprehensive V8; handles great for its size. Infiniti QX56 SUV drawbacks are: Cramped third-row seats; moderate ride harshness; polarizing look look-and-feel.

A capable and premium truck. But so is its less expensive Nissan Pathfinder cousin. Infiniti QX4 SUV offers the following pros: Comprehensive V6 motor, Infiniti warranty and service experience, impressive on-road manners, low base price tag. Infiniti QX4 SUV drawbacks are: Cramped back legroom, no third-row bench, not enough differentiation from the plebian Pathfinder.

The 2012 Infiniti QX is a solid choice for a big luxury SUV. Infiniti QX SUV offers the following pros: Plentiful features, both traditional and optional; comprehensive V8 with high tow capacity; handles great for its size. Infiniti QX SUV drawbacks are: Cramped third-row seats; moderate ride harshness. The 2012 Infiniti QX is a full-size luxury SUV with seats for seven or eight passengers.

The 2006 Infiniti Q45 sedan originally arrived with two versions, base and Sport.

The 2011 Infiniti M37 is an appealing and engaging luxury sedan with loads of innovative features. It certainly deserves consideration before you settle on one of the established European entries, but its rough ride and occasionally frenetic driving feel may be a turn-off.

The 2012 Infiniti M is the most sporting in its segment of luxury sedans, but its firm ride might be a turn-off for luxury-minded consumers seeking a more gracious driving experience. Infiniti M Hybrid offers the following pros: Strong performance; engaging handling; many innovative features; classy interior; hybrid model's high fuel efficiency.

Infiniti puts its fluid, curvy layout on a new seven-passenger SUV loaded with sophisticated tech comforts. But does the manufacturer need another big, three-row SUV in its lineup? Infiniti JX SUV offers the following pros: Simple access to spacious third row; innovative security and creature comforts; available all-wheel drive.

The 2013 Infiniti IPL G Convertible, which is set to go on sale in spring 2012, becomes the second member of the Infiniti Performance Line of luxury performance cars.

Never much of a standout, the Infiniti I35 is an even harder sell next to the refactored Maxima that's bigger, more comprehensive and less expensive. Infiniti I35 Sedan offers the following pros: Impressive V6, pleasant highway ride, roomy cockpit, simple controls, strong reliability record.

The 2010 Infiniti FX50 is a five-passenger midsize luxury crossover SUV that is provided in one well-appointed trim level.

The 2008 Infiniti FX45 is a midsize luxury SUV that comes in one well-equipped trim level.

A genuine fusion of sports vehicle and SUV, the Infiniti Fx37's exciting look-and-feel - shared with the Infiniti FX50 - sets it apart from the crowd. Built on Infiniti's FM (front-midships) platform, the Infiniti FX37 blends sports vehicle proportions with the character of a 4x4.

The 2010 Infiniti EX35 is a five-passenger crossover luxury wagon available in base and Journey versions.

The Infiniti Ex30d introduces a lower CO2 V6 diesel motor, first-in-class security technology and a new chapter in the European ambitions of Japan's youngest luxury performance car-maker. What doesn't change is the Ex's dynamic coupé crossover style, its impressive traditional equipment - and a high-performance drive to seduce the sportiest of owners.

The 2010 Infiniti M45 is a midsize luxury sport sedan available in two powerful versions.

The 2010 Infiniti M35 is a midsize luxury sport sedan available in two well-appointed versions.

The 2010 Infiniti G37 is provided as an entry-level luxury sport coupe, sedan or retractable-hardtop convertible in four versions -- base, Journey, Infiniti G37x and Sport 6MT -- except for the convertible, which is provided only in base or Sport 6MT trim.

The 2010 Infiniti FX35 is a midsize luxury crossover SUV available in either rear-wheel drive or AWD.

The 2008 Infiniti G35 entry-level sport luxury sedan comes in four versions: base, Infiniti G35 Journey, Infiniti G35 Sport 6MT and Infiniti G35x. Base models come traditional with 17-inch alloy wheels; xenon headlights; keyless ignition; automatic conditioning; leather upholstery; performance front seatings and six-speaker stereo with a CD/MP3 player, radio and an optional stereo slot.