The Infiniti M Series and M45 took first place among competitors for the 2008 J.D. Powers Award. Norfolk County Infiniti dealer pleased.
Boston, MA-NH (1888PressRelease) June 20, 2008 - Infiniti entry premium cars won top places in the 2008 J.D. Powers competition. The new Infiniti models outranked all or most of the competition in Powers’ initial quality tests. Among the top place winners of entry premium autos are the Infiniti EX35 SUV and the full-size QX56, selling well despite increasing gas prices. Other models that outpaced competition are the Infiniti M35 and M45 sedans. Now is a great time to purchase or lease 2008 Infiniti models in Norwood, MA.
The all-new 2008 Infiniti EX35 is reported by J.D. Powers as a slightly smaller sibling to Infiniti’s other crossover SUV, the Infiniti FX. Continuing the “non-truck” theme, the EX35 offers sleek, stylish and bold styling over Nissan’s familiar FM-platform and Infiniti G35. The compact EX35 offers a 6-cylinder power train, a choice of drivelines, and an array of late-model technology. See
J.D. Powers observes that the clean-sheet design of the current-generation Infiniti M is riding on a new platform. For 2008, Infiniti has revised the exterior and interior styling, increased available options, and added an all-wheel-drive (AWD) option to the M45. The M also gains one other thing for 2008—the award (in a tie) for highest initial quality in the midsize premium vehicle segment in the 2008 IQS. Visit
The largest offering in the Infiniti lineup, observes J.D. Powers, is the QX56. It is a full-size SUV with up to 8-passenger seating accommodations. For 2008, Infiniti significantly redesigned the QX56. The interior was enhanced and updated with additional features and technology, and the exterior was upgraded with new front and rear fascias, new wheels and a new roof rack. Check out