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The Infiniti FX 50 S Premium has a problem - nobody has heard of it.

By Stephen Turvil
Oct 07, 2011
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The Infiniti FX 50 S Premium has a problem - nobody has heard of it. Very few people, in fact, have heard of Infiniti as a manufacturer. Can you hear the violins playing? This prestigious company is the luxury wing of Nissan. It produces a range of capable machines that for some reason tend to fly under the radar. The manufacturer reminds me of the quiet bloke at a party, who is easy to miss but tremendous fun once you know him.

What have we got then? The Infiniti FX is a Range Rover style machine. It is limited off- road but extremely sharp on the tarmac. Prices range from £46,750 to £58,250. The EX is the smaller alternative, and sits in the same class as the Land Rover Freelander. Expect to pay £37,130 to £45,810. The stylish Infiniti G rivals the BMW 3 Series and comes in saloon, convertible, and coupé guises. Prices range from £33,549 to £45,235. Finally, the Infiniti M competes against the 5 Series. This comfy saloon costs from £38,580 to £47,700.

Infiniti clearly needs time to establish itself in the United Kingdom. After all, it has only been here for two years and it took Lexus – the luxury wing of Toyota – some time to make its presence felt. Early signs are strong, as the marque's vehicles are: stylish, properly screwed together, easy to drive, and beautifully equipped. If you are bored of the traditional German alternatives, Infiniti is worth a look. No more standing alone at parties.

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By Stephen Turvil
Oct 07, 2011