Actually, this question came up over in FA. I did a google of Infiniti's web site, and could only find a single reference to "luxury" in any of the FX pages. It's not marketed as a luxury SUV.johnmax said::evil: "Near Luxury SUV" ?? :evil:
Ya know? I guess "luxury" (having shopped the Range Rover as one of the cars I was considering) means "not sports-car oriented". The RR I drove (don't remember the model) couldn't get out of it's own way. Had leather cupholders, though!mushutofu said:the car is enough "luxury" for me :wink:
If that were the case, what would the Maybach or 7 series be? Not exactly "sports car" oriented in the strictest terms, but they have plenty of performance. Maybe you have to be over $60k to have something sporty that is considered Luxury. :?kcrudup said:Ya know? I guess "luxury" means "not sports-car oriented".