Infiniti Expanding Its Global Presence By Going To Mexico

Nauman Farooq
by Nauman Farooq
Nissan‘s luxury division Infiniti might have been on sale in America since 1989, but it has since spread its wings across the globe, much like Toyota’s Lexus division.

You can buy Infiniti products in Canada, Europe, China, Taiwan, Korea and parts of the Middle-East, and the brand is adding Mexico to its portfolio.

Beginning from the third-quarter of 2011, five new Infiniti sales and service center’s will open in Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey. Mexico is one of the most rapidly growing car markets in the world and Infiniti is keen to take part.

Carlos Tavares, chairman of Nissan Americas said, “As part of Infiniti’s worldwide expansion, Mexico was a mandatory next step for the luxury brand. Later this year, the promise of luxury vehicles with a unique combination of inspired performance, relaxing and attentive hospitality and carefree quality will become a reality for this market. We are excited to enter Mexico as we know luxury consumers here deserve a brand with the character of Infiniti.”

Upon launch, the G37 sedan and coupe, the M56 luxury sedan, the FX50 sport crossover and the QX56 full-size luxury SUV will take their position in Mexican showrooms.

Can’t pay cash for one of these just yet? No worries, Infiniti Financial Services will be able to provide leasing and financing options.

The new showrooms should be opening their doors by October.

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