At 120,000 KM the transmission went.
$4,600 repair job. At 130,000 KM the
fuel pump went $950. At 140,000 KM all
injectors, the fuel pump again,
regulator, O2 sensors, electric antena,
door sensors and a bunch of other
compentent all failed within four weeks
of each other. Cost. $5,000.
For an Infiniti "flagship" car, this
vehicle is riddled with major defects.
Stay far away from any model under 1995.
You will get get hit with major repair
costs. Almost 100% of the Q45 owners
I've corresponded with have had the
same issues. The dealer service
manager has also confirmed that they
are in fact lemons. Isn't that nice.
Very quick and actually handles quite
well in snow with the right tires.
Transmisson, all fuel delivery related
components, very poor ability for
Infiniti to diagnose problems and
repair properly. I spend 6 weeks
waiting for mine to get repaired
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