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Infiniti

Infiniti has production plants in Japan and factories throughout the southeastern U.S. As the luxury brand of Japanese motor company Nissan, Infiniti officially launched on Nov. 8, 1989, in the U.S with 51 dealers. The first two models included a sedan and coupe, which quickly boosted Infiniti's recognition as a leader in customer satisfaction. Infiniti exceeded 100,000 units sold in 2003. In 2004, the company bested one million units, which made it one of the fastest-growing brands in the nation. Infiniti began to expand globally in 1996, selling units in the Middle East, Taiwan, South Korea, Russia, Ukraine, China and Western Europe.

With corporate headquarters in Franklin, Tenn., Infiniti has 230 dealers in 15 countries. The automobile company offers a wide range of models and services, including:

  • Sedans.
  • Coupes.
  • Convertibles.
  • SUVs.
  • Hybrids.
  • Certified pre-owned vehicles.
  • Financing.

Total Ownership Experience

Infiniti provides the Total Ownership Experience for all Infiniti owners. The program includes a complimentary loan car during warranty repair, 24/7 roadside assistance, trip interruption benefits and financial services.

Infiniti Online

The U.S. Infiniti website offers a wide range of tools and services for owners. Those purchasing or leasing an Infiniti have access to financial resources including online bill pay, credit application and monthly payment estimates. Other resources include automobile guides and manuals, maintenance schedules and a Bluetooth center.

The U.S. corporate headquarters of Infiniti are located here:

Infiniti USA
One Nissan Way
Franklin, TN 37067

For more information about Infiniti, call toll free at (800)662-6200.

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