What do our customers are saying about used Infiniti models?
Adrian - I bought a new Infiniti Q50 when they first came out in 2014 and I haven't looked back since. The interior alone is just amazing and for a four-cylinder car, it’s definitely better than any Lexus I owned before. Pros: Interior options, small, powerful engine and good looks. Cons: Occasionally the steering gets heavy.
Leo - I bought my second hand Infiniti QX70 last year for a reasonable price and I must say it’s perfect for UAE climate and terrain and the features are super impressive. Drive mode selector works and is great if I want a sportier or more economical ride. Pros: Powerful V6 engine and an array of quality options. Cons: Boot space could be bigger and taking it into the sand is a no go.
Lakshit - The QX80 is one of the best luxury SUVs in my opinion, it has got a powerful V8 and all the options inside to rival a Rolls Royce. Pros: Exclusive options and powerful engine. Cons: While it is spacious in the rear, the third-row seats don’t provide a lot of room.
Five reasons to buy any new or second hand Infiniti in Dubai, UAE
Their entry level vehicles are crammed with luxurious options. Ventilated seats, infotainment system, voice command and keyless go all appear across the entire line-up.
Nissan is famous here, and the same can be said about Infiniti. It doesn’t matter which model it is as long as it’s well-maintained and looks good - used Infiniti cars for sale in the UAE are a hot topic, selling them is easy!
Speaking of maintenance and Nissan, Infiniti’s are reliable and rarely reported of having any problems.
They are powerful, even equipped with a four cylinder motor they are quite potent when it comes to top speed and 0-100 time.
While they are all based on existing Nissan models, they do have their own striking features, i.e.; the shell inspired headlights, and overall body design keeps your eyes attached to the car.
In 1989, Nissan introduced the world to their luxury division simply known as Infiniti to rival the likes of Lexus and Acura. Fierce competition ensued with both Lexus and Infiniti gaining worldwide coverage and for thirty years the battle continues. Infiniti holds a firm grip over in most vehicle categories ranging from entry-level sedans to top of the range SUVs.
Looking into buying a pre-owned Infiniti in UAE? Start looking at the big brother in the family. Most will presume this is just a jumped up Nissan Patrol, but it’s far more than that. Yes, it has the same engine as the top of the range Patrol, but it takes the fight straight to Lexus’s front door where it battles the LX 570 for on and off-road luxury.
Just looking inside and distinctly different, executive leather covers each of the eight or seven seats, the front two seats can be cooled with a simple twist of a knob. Mounted in the centre console is a touchscreen infotainment system with navigation, media settings, Bluetooth options and has a built-in hard drive to store all sorts of media. Rear TV screens, Sunroof, Bose Premium sound system, media inputs, multi offroad selector and more can be found inside the cabin; the list goes on for days. And this is all standard by the way.
Regarding safety, parking sensors are placed at each end of the vehicle. Four cameras give drivers a 360-degree view, blind spot detection mirrors, adaptive cruise control, lane departure assist, emergency braking, forward brake assist and again we could be here all day listing what life-saving features are on offer.
Powering the luxury SUV is a 5.6-litre V8 petrol engine. 400 horsepower is sent to all four wheels via a 7-speed automatic gearbox, enabling a top speed of around 250 km/h and a 0-100 time of 6.5 seconds which is pretty impressive for a vehicle weighing in at 2,700 kilos!
As the every expanding crossover market continues to thrive, the Infiniti QX70 is a force to be reckoned with. Stacking up against the Range Rover Evoque and Lexus RX 350 and out of the three, it’s the most eye-catching.
Packed with tons of luxurious options such as cooled front seats, a navigation system, cruise control, rear entertainment system, sunroof, parking sensors, keyless entry and more, it’s no wonder it’s the first one to spring to mind. Infiniti also packed the crossover with state-of-the-art safety features, multiple airbags, blind spot detection mirrors, adaptive front headlights, distance control assist and 360-degree camera. Even though they may not all be standard features, there’s so much on offer.
Powering the crossover is either a V6 3.7-litre motor powering all four wheels via a seven-speed automatic gearbox. Rated at 329 horsepower, 0-100 km/h is achieved in around 6.3 seconds, and 230 is its top speed. If that’s not enough for you, a 5-litre V8 is on offer too. Pumping out 360 horsepower, top speed is capped at around 250 km/h, and 0-100 is completed in just 5.8 seconds.
There are already plenty of Infiniti in Dubai, yet new models are added to the family. One of the more recent additions to the Infiniti lineup is the Q50 sedan. Introduced in 2014, it was the luxury marquee entrance interior the entry level sedan market. Filled with great features such as navigation, Bluetooth options, premium sound system, analogue clock, sunroof and best of all, cooling options for the front seats plus so much more. Certainly one of the best luxury entry level sedans in the market and takes the fight straight to the Lexus IS200t.
The power comes from one of three units. The baby of the bunch is a 2-litre turbocharged four-cylinder motor. A respectable 208 horsepower is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automatic transmission. If that’s not enough, a V6 3.7-litre engine can take over. Producing 326 horsepower, it utilises the same drivetrain and gearbox to hit a top speed of around 250 km/h. The third and final option is a Hybrid V6 3.5-litre motor, once again mated to the same gearbox drive configuration. Although it’s a hybrid 0-100 is achieved in just 5.1 seconds!
Fun fact: Did you know the Infiniti Q50 is called the Nissan Skyline in Japan!