The 2017 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400 is Infiniti’s’ answer to the luxury car segment, and for that reason, buyers who are looking for a luxury coupe has a new model to consider. Don’t forget though, Infinity was once a performance brand, so this coupe will deliver thrilling power and handling beyond doubt. It is a huge leap forward from the G-series and as Cars and Driver magazine put it, the Q is for quick. We are excited to bring you this 2017 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400 from Michigan, which bears only 86,300 miles on its clock. It bags heaps of sporty specs in addition to the luxurious delicacies. Without further ado, lets figure out what they are.
Until the 90s Japanese automobile manufacturers were known for their build quality, reliability and of course, a lackluster approach to the premium looks and feel of a car. To remedy this, the largest Japanese manufacturers introduced their own brand of premium vehicles. Honda developed Acura while Toyota debuted Lexus. Nissan entered the fray with their Infiniti range of cars which gave them access to the American premium vehicle market segment. The QX range of SUVs was Infiniti’s first foray into the world of SUVs in 2004. The success of the first generation QX gave rise to a second generation in 2010. Up for grabs is a 2019 top-of-the-line Infiniti QX80 Limited AWD with just 71,644 miles on the clock and a recently completed 60,000 miles service.
What most people don’t realize is that the luxury vehicle brand Infiniti is a division of the Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan. Infiniti came into being in 1989 as a competitor to Lexus, and Acura vehicles. 2004 saw Infiniti release the Infiniti QX56, a full-sized luxury SUV, which was rebranded into the Infiniti QX80. It is currently in its second-generation which was introduced in 2010. This 2019 Infiniti QX80 Limited 4WD is ready for a new home and comes with just 67,890 miles on the clock.