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Infiniti's QX50 is powered by the world's first mass-produced variable compression ratio engine. How well does this clever piece of tech suit the luxury SUV?
Infiniti’s mid-sized coupé has the looks to do well, but little of the substance to go with them
The QX30 is likeable for its fair refinement and comfort, but small inside and with merely adequate handling
Infiniti looks to a premium hatch to make its breakthrough in Europe, but faces stiff competition from established brands like the BMW 1 series and Audi A3
Infiniti's SUV retains its purposeful pace and handling but feels even further adrift from its rivals in this ever-improving class
Britain's least-known mid-sized exec gets new fleet credentials
Is this less individualist Infiniti saloon more of a threat to German rivals?
The Infiniti EX offers an engaging drive, but has limited practicality and high running costs
The Infiniti M is a likeable and capable, if expensive, alternative to the obvious
The Infiniti FX is an interesting alternative to the norm, but lacks space and comfort to compete in this class
The Infiniti G-series is well equipped and is offered with a high-class cabin. It is pricey though