2016 Infiniti QX50: A Gaywheels.com favorite
Seems like I just can’t keep up with those California gays. My colleague and fellow Gaywheels.com writer Jeff Stork got a hold of this pocket-bear-of-fast-cars before I did and really gave it a full workout. He noted the luxury and…
2016 Infiniti QX50: A few inches can make a big difference
Thanks to Infiniti’s random model name generator, the old EX35 crossover is now called the QX50, and is not to be confused with the old FX50 which is now called the QX70 5.0. Have we got that straight? Let’s start…
The 2014 Infiniti QX 80 Is Girthy In a Good Way
According to white-coat know-it-alls, being pudgy is a bad thing, but when referring to the 2014 Infinity QX 80, being fat is definitely where it’s at. This SUV is hefty. A full-sized luxury vehicle that offers seating for seven or…
We Let the Dog Decide: The 2014 Infiniti Q60 Convertible Is The Choice For Both Driver & Canine
Roxy, Gaywheels own exclusive canine auto journalist, may be just a dog to some but she knows what she wants and more often than not that is the utmost in luxury. The 2014 Infiniti Q60 folding hardtop convertible provided her with just that and more as this is one of the few luxury convertibles that she is even allowed to ride in as it has a leather lined back seat not all that suitable for anything more than small children but perfect for a 44 pound boxer rescued from Boxer Rescue Los Angeles.
2013 Models Are Still On The Lot: Time To Go Shopping
Why pay for a new 2014 when you may still find some great new 2013 models at your local dealer? Here are some thoughts for your gay experience as you contemplate a set of wheels that really says “We’re here,…
2013 Infiniti FX37 Makes Beautiful Music
It’s easy to conduct a symphony of driving delight with a swift two-seat sports car. You’re tucked inside, peering over flared fenders, goading the vehicle forward with perfectly timed movements, and listening to the tires as they sing along the road.
2013 Infiniti G37 Convertible Conducts Itself Well
The G37’s styling says that you have class, but aren’t opposed to flipping back the power hard top, summoning Studio 54 on satellite radio, and having a go at the throttle. Just be careful to keep things out of the trunk: you could crunch a laptop — or a piccolo — in a heartbeat.
2013 Infiniti JX35 AWD: Ultimately Adoptable
My partner and I are trying to adopt a baby. It was a big decision, fraught with more decisions. One of the biggest will be, “What to drive?” We need a family-friendly ride that won’t diminish our style cards. Occasionally, we may want to take grandparents, aunts, or cousins to the park with us. And, if our tykes park their trikes in the driveway, our car must be ready for that too. I think the Infiniti JX35 can handle it
2012 Infiniti FX35 AWD Special Edition: Tell Jaguar Not to Bother
Jaguar has been making news of late, developing a mid-sized luxury SUV, and I admit I have been amused by the notion. From my Jaguar days, I know that an astronomically high percentage of Jaguar customers also own a Land Rover, so that would seem to take up the slack. But further reading reveals that Jaguar has a different flavor in mind — a crossover utility with both a very sporty character and a very richly detailed interior.
2012 Infiniti G37 IPL Coupe
I enjoy the Nissan 370Z, but its hyper-tweak personality can wear me out. Revving the engine to a scream and lighting up the tires makes me giddy, but constantly getting thrashed by the suspension is a bit much. I can think of a number of more entertaining ways to get thumped that don’t require a sports car. Coffee down the front of my shirt, throbbing headache, sore – never mind. There’s not even a rear seat. Point is, I could go for sports car fun without all of the sports car drama.