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The contact owns a 2003 Infiniti G35. When the vehicle was started, the check engine, slip, and vdc warning indicators illuminated. Also, the rpms did not exceed 2,500.

There are 23 complaints filed for the 2012 INFINITI QX56. Below is a list of complaints & problems filed against the 2012 INFINITI QX56.These problems includes information received by NHTSA from consumers either directly or as recorded by the Vehicle Safety Hotline. This information may be used by NHTSA during the investigation process.

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The Infiniti G35 sedan may be meant to be a family car but this 2003 and 2005 sedans owned by Chris Ortez and Marcus Cooke respectively prove that the G sedan is still a capable and modifiable ...

It's a done deal. Fiat now owns all of Chrysler. Italian automaker Fiat's subsidiary, Fiat North America, today completed the previously announced acquisition of the 41.46% stake in Chrysler Group ...

The world of car manufacturers is a complicated one. The corporations want to obscure some of their lines to maintain brand separation, but also want to keep you somewhat aware of them so as to leverage the history and goodwill they've tried so hard to attain over the years.