Great value, low cost to get into and no repair costs to speak of. I owned mine for 11 years (early 2006 - late 2016)and replaced a steering pump hose and starter motor, other than routine maintenance. I put about 3000-4000 miles per year on the car and it was great for open top cruising. I sold the car a few months ago and still remember her fondly when I see her on the road. Not the greatest power but extremely reliable and peppy enough to hustle through the curves when you want to do that.
She is ONE of the 1st infiniti's to come over here! Limited supply of parts! Give her some love and care and she will serve you well! This car was ORDERED back in 1990! I am only the second person to own this car! I only drive to work and shopping so mileage is low! She needs some work, but what 20+ yer old car doesn't! I have put in many new parts and just finished all 4 brakes.
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.
My favorite features are the way she rides and the styling. At the time that I bought her, I was driving around in a Buick GNX. The Buick had the horses but the Infinity had the styling and handling.
I still have my Buick but I only drive it twice a year. I get way more looks in my M30 than the GNX. I would never have thought that but then again, the M30 is a very rare car. I live in Dallas-Ft. Worth area and I have only seen 4.
Not a thing. Plenty of HP for it's size and for what kind of car it is. (Pure luxury-sport) Not horrible gas mileage and super easy to work on.