by boboboski on May 27, 2014 Vehicle: 1991 Infiniti M30
I bought this car new and will keep it till I pass on.
I have 14 cars in my stables and besides my 67 Shelby Fastback, this is the one I take to the most car shows. She gets as much attention as my Shelby and has twice the ride.
I am a huge fan of older car's, early 50's to late 60's, but when I saw this car on the showroom floor, I had to take it for a spin. I have been spinning ever since. Only 23k on her but a very fun 23k.
My daily driver is a 2013 Mustang GT but if I could find another M30 convertable with low miles and not beat up, I would give the Ford to my wife.
by plaflamm on Oct 8, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Infiniti M30
This car is by no means a sports car.
It is a luxury car. Though it has a V6
it is underpowered.
I really like the car though. Mostly
because I love convertibles and I
needed something for commuting that
would be fine in the winters. I have
found this vehicle to be reliable and
reasonable on gas (26 mi/gal). The
styling is pretty cool inside, where
they use real wood veneer around the
dash and on the doors and console. It
has some nice convenient features also.
Some of the cons to the car is repair
costs. If you need to bring this car
into the dealership, be prepared to
pay. So far I have been lucky.
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