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1997 Infiniti J30
The J30 is a luxury 4 door sedan made by Infiniti. It was sold from 1992 until 1997. It was a rear wheel drive vehicle marketed to competed with the Lexus GS. All of these J30's were sold with 4 speed automatic transmission.
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This car had a legendary ad campaign. It was marketed to yuppies, with a commercial featuring a yuppie wearing a black suit. Despite the big ad campaign, the J30 was a failure.

One of the most disappointing features of the J30 is the lack of interior room. Some have remarked that it's a mid-size luxury car with the interior room of an econobox. People tend to ignore interior room when they are buying roadsters and sports cars, but they expect a little more fro a luxury sedan.

The 3.0L V6 was the only engine produced for this car. It made a respectable 210 horsepower. The engine would also be used in the Nissan 300ZX.

There was a special touring edition of this car, badged the J30t. It included a rear spoiler and a four wheel steering system called HICAS. This was only available in 1993 and 1994.

These cars are available on the used car market, although not particularly common. You can find them listed on eBay.

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The specs and history of this car / truck / vehicle were found from various sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track, online car websites, and TV shows like Motor Week, Top Gear, and Car Crazy. If any of my car history data is incorrect, please give me a history lesson by emailing me at carhistory ['AT' Symbol] (I removed the @ in hopes that it will prevent spam)