Infiniti is dropping QX4. Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s Infiniti luxury division has quietly dropped its QX4 SUV. Production of the luxury truck stopped in November 2002, and the last units currently are being sold down, Infiniti officials tell Ward's. Instead of replacing the midsize luxury QX4, which sold just under 17,000 units last year, Infiniti instead will offer the FX45 and FX35 cross/utility vehicles, which go on sale in the U.S. early this year, as well as a fullsize SUV, ...

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