1992 INFINITI M30 consumer reviews

$25,100–$33,300 MSRP range
side view of 1992 M30 INFINITI
80% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 3.4
  • Interior design 3.4
  • Performance 3.4
  • Value for the money 4.0
  • Exterior styling 4.2
  • Reliability 3.8
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3.9

First car I purchased.

Bought this car from my father's land lord back in summer of 2014 as a first car, with just under 50k miles on it, I now have about 93k miles on it, and it still runs like it's brand new. Have taken it on multiple road trips without any issue. So far, the only major thing I've had to do was replace all the fuel injectors, but aside from that, and the standard maintenance, I haven't had to do anything to it. Only thing I don't is that since I now live in the city, I get about 200 miles out of the tank before I have to fill up. On all highway driving, I get about 340-360 miles to the tank.

4.3

i love this car

this is my favorite convertable car. it has a lot of room inside and a big trunk. drives great just a fun car in general

4.6

its a hard to find car and i love almost everythin

great performance for an old car my favorite car so far roomy inside handles like most new cars, roof needs work

1.6

nightmare on wheels

my husband bought this car slightly used in the convertable as cool convert. to drive to work,what he got was a car that could be driven to the mechanic,+ back and not much farther for that long,it became by daughters learning to drive in car,heavy,lousy gas mileage,all metal .thats the best thing i can say about it.what she learned most was how much money had to be sunk into it to keep it running for a 3 mile r/t commute to work, it was among the most problematic car we ever owned,not comfortable.bye bye top motor a fortune to replace, i love the look but not the car.

4.1

Cool car for the $

1992 convertable,130.000 miles.Still runs strong. I am very pleased.Would not want to sell it for twice the money I paid for it.