The Infiniti I was one until the fall of 2004 mainly offered by the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan of May 1995 two generations in the U.S. midsize sedan with front-wheel drive.
When I30 it was a based on the Nissan Maxima sedan with an independent body, powered by a three-liter V6 with 24 valves, two overhead camshafts and 142 kW ( 193 hp) and maximum (second generation) 169 kW (230 PS), available with five-speed manual or four- speed automatic.
End of 2001, received the I30 a larger 3.5-liter V6 ( 190 kW/258 hp) and was renamed Infiniti I35.
The I30 was Infiniti's best seller and sold in the first generation 115 749 times; The second generation was in its first year, 30 391 customers.
2004, the model was discontinued with no direct successor.
Mike Covello: Standard Catalog of Imported Cars 1946-2002. Krause Publications, Iola (USA) 2002, ISBN 0-87341-605-8, pp. 398-401.
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