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Founded in 1989, Infiniti is Nissan's luxury division. It's often viewed more as a premium brand than a true luxury one, similar to Honda's Acura division. Infiniti's big technological claim to fame of late is a variable-compression turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which made its debut in the 2019 QX50 compact SUV.

Infiniti changed its naming convention for the 2014 model year, so all cars begin with Q and all SUVs with QX, followed by numbers that correspond to vehicle size rather than engine displacement. It’s a more logical approach, but confusion remains for people who knew models by their old names; the compact car formerly known as the G35 and G37 is now the Q50 (sedan) and Q60 (coupe), for example. SUVs include the five-seat QX50 and three-row QX60. The full-size QX80, also a three-row model, is a legitimate SUV by the original definition, with body-on-frame construction that makes it capable of towing up to 8,500 pounds.

Most fuel-efficient:

QX50

26 combined mpg

QX55

25 combined mpg

Lowest price:

Q50

$36,700 starting MSRP

QX50

$38,050 starting MSRP

Most fuel-efficient:

QX50

26 combined mpg

QX55

25 combined mpg

Lowest price:

Q50

$36,700 starting MSRP

QX50

$38,050 starting MSRP

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INFINITI Q50

$42,650

starting MSRP

INFINITI Q60

$41,750

starting MSRP

SUVs

INFINITI QX50

$39,150

starting MSRP

INFINITI QX55

$49,150

starting MSRP

INFINITI QX80

$71,950

starting MSRP

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