A beautiful but flawed car. Anyone who goes near a used Q with the active suspension will regret it for the life of the car. Based on my experience it requires total replacement about every 4 years at a cost of $8-10K. Not exactly an acceptable maintainence item! Many other (expensive) repairs over the years with many covered by an extended warranty I purchased. I maxed out on that about 4 years in. However, when the car was on the road I loved it and I would have kept it longer if thought I could ever get it to a reliable state. If you want a used Q of this body style look for a newer model (99 or 2000). You can't afford this car today even if you get it for free.
well ive jad this car for a few days and i noticed it was not only fun to drive but had the power to make it fun to drive, i checked the ratings and what not but the only thing i have noticed was that the power steering has a few issues
Perfect car for just about anyone. A lot of horse power to pack a punch. Fun and useful. There's plenty of room but it's not too big. Works great for a family car as well. Best Car I've ever had. Even better than my 2006 Toyota Camry. The Q45 is a great car!
The 91 Q45T is an outstanding car. I researched it extensively prior to purchase. The car is on Motor Trend’s used car hot list. Car & Driver issue in 91 had the Big Q rated second to the LS 400 by a hair but said that if you want a driver’s car its # 1. The car rides and handles extremely well especially with the Hicas steering package. The car stopped within 15 ft. of C/D’s record for braking (by a Supra ie: sports car) at the time. The power is renown and even garnered praises from Consumer Reports. The only downside is lack of cupholders and lower resell price primarily due to Infiniti’s initially horrendous marketing.