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2013 Infiniti EX37

New 2013 Infiniti EX37

MSRP: $36,900 to $40,650
Invoice: $34,187 to $37,651

2013 Infiniti FX37

New 2013 Infiniti FX37

MSRP: $44,950 to $53,400
Invoice: $41,623 to $49,429

2013 Infiniti FX50

New 2013 Infiniti FX50

MSRP: $61,500
Invoice: $56,911

2013 Infiniti G37

New 2013 Infiniti G37

MSRP: $32,850 to $52,750
Invoice: $30,550 to $48,828

2013 Infiniti G37x

New 2013 Infiniti G37x

MSRP: $34,450 to $42,050
Invoice: $32,039 to $38,943

2013 Infiniti IPL G

New 2013 Infiniti IPL G

MSRP: $51,200 to $61,450
Invoice: $47,396 to $56,865

2013 Infiniti JX35

New 2013 Infiniti JX35

MSRP: $41,250 to $42,650
Invoice: $38,205 to $39,499

2013 Infiniti M35h

New 2013 Infiniti M35h

MSRP: $54,750
Invoice: $50,918

2013 Infiniti M37

New 2013 Infiniti M37

MSRP: $48,700
Invoice: $45,291

2013 Infiniti M37x

New 2013 Infiniti M37x

MSRP: $50,850
Invoice: $47,291

2013 Infiniti M56

New 2013 Infiniti M56

MSRP: $61,200
Invoice: $56,916

2013 Infiniti M56x

New 2013 Infiniti M56x

MSRP: $63,700
Invoice: $59,241

2014 Infiniti Q50

New 2014 Infiniti Q50

MSRP: $37,050 to $45,350
Invoice: $34,456 to $42,175

2014 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid

New 2014 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid

MSRP: $44,300 to $48,500
Invoice: $41,199 to $45,105

2014 Infiniti Q60

New 2014 Infiniti Q60

MSRP: $40,850 to $53,300
Invoice: $37,990 to $49,569

2014 Infiniti Q70

New 2014 Infiniti Q70

MSRP: $49,500 to $64,500
Invoice: $46,035 to $59,985

2014 Infiniti QX50

New 2014 Infiniti QX50

MSRP: $34,750 to $38,500
Invoice: $32,318 to $35,805

2013 Infiniti QX56

New 2013 Infiniti QX56

MSRP: $60,750 to $63,850
Invoice: $56,218 to $59,082

2014 Infiniti QX60

New 2014 Infiniti QX60

MSRP: $42,000 to $43,400
Invoice: $39,060 to $40,362

2014 Infiniti QX60 Hybrid

New 2014 Infiniti QX60 Hybrid

MSRP: $45,000 to $46,400
Invoice: $41,850 to $43,152

2014 Infiniti QX70

New 2014 Infiniti QX70

MSRP: $45,750 to $62,300
Invoice: $42,548 to $57,939

2014 Infiniti QX80

New 2014 Infiniti QX80

MSRP: $62,550 to $65,650
Invoice: $58,172 to $61,054

Infiniti Overview:

Infiniti is the luxury branch of Nissan that produces a lineup of cars that toe the line between sporty/luxury. For 2014, Infiniti is wiping the slate clean and has changed the names of all of its models to a new naming structure, and is also introducing a new flagship sedan.

This is going to get a little complicated, but we’ll try to keep it as simple as possible. Instead of different letters for names, all of Infiniti’s passenger cars will get the designation Q, followed by a number (for example, the Q50 replaces the G37 sedan). Infiniti’s lineup of SUVs is now designated by a QX, followed by a number (for example, the QX50 replaces the EX50 crossover). The numbers will no longer related to the engine size of each model, just their size/place in the lineup (smaller numbers for smaller vehicles).

The former G37 is being split – coupe and convertible versions will now be called the Q60, while the sedan has been redesigned and is now called the Q50. It also adds a hybrid version, the Q50 Hybrid, for more efficient motoring. The Q50 keeps the same powertrain, but drops the manual transmission, and also sports improved exterior styling, an upgraded cabin, and a new steering system.

The M-series of flagship sedans are now known as the Q70, with the M35h named the Q70 hybrid. For 2014, the model does not feature many changes and still offers V-6 or V-8 power and a long list of standard features, including plenty of technology.

The QX50 replaces the EX37, and the midsize five-seat luxury crossover comes well-equipped and also offers a few cutting-edge safety technologies, like the optional Around View Monitor system which uses cameras on the outside of the vehicle to provide a complete top-down view of the QX50 and eliminates blind spots when parking.

The FX line of “high-performance luxury crossovers” is rebadged under the QX70 model name. There are two engine options, a 325-hp, 3.7-liter V-6 or a larger 390-hp, 5.0-liter V-8. Rear-wheel drive is standard with the smaller engine, but models equipped with the V-8 get an all-wheel drive system standard.

Debuting in 2013, the JX35 crossover gets a brand new name as well for 2014: QX60. The seven seat QX60 has unique styling with rear side windows that pinch inwards. Inside is plenty of cargo and passenger room, to go along with a long list of standard features.

By far the largest vehicle Infiniti makes is the QX56 full-size SUV, now called the QX80. It seats up to eight passengers and was redesigned in 2011 to give it a look that makes it more similar to the other models in the lineup. The QX80 comes with a 400-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 and a seven-speed automatic transmission. The aforementioned Around View Monitor system is also optional and is very helpful on a vehicle of this size.