2001 Infiniti I30
170,212 Miles
$2,395

Westfield, NJ
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1998 Infiniti I30
87,208 Miles
$4,911

Mechanicsburg, PA
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2000 Infiniti I30
47,590 Miles
$5,999

Kansas City, MO
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2000 Infiniti I30
114,617 Miles
$3,998

West Palm Beach, FL
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1998 Infiniti I30
105,305 Miles
$4,477

Castle Rock, CO
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1998 Infiniti I30
184,533 Miles
$2,500

Crete, NE
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2001 Infiniti I30
218,203 Miles
$2,979

Arlington Heights, IL
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1997 Infiniti I30
231,176 Miles
$2,496

Arlington Heights, IL
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2000 Infiniti I30
160,206 Miles
$1,800

Indianapolis, IN
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2000 Infiniti I30
71,078 Miles
$5,700

Fredericksburg, VA
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1997 Infiniti I30
377,903 Miles
$1,201

Bedford, VA
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2001 Infiniti I30
162,995 Miles
$3,595

Houston, TX
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2000 Infiniti I30
112,394 Miles
$7,688

Florence , SC
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2001 Infiniti I30
123,095 Miles
$4,995

Jacksonville, FL
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2000 Infiniti I30
191,000 Miles
$1,995

Fremont, NE
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2001 Infiniti I30
181,948 Miles
$3,988

Humble, TX
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2001 Infiniti I30
128,448 Miles
$3,299

Bell, CA
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2000 Infiniti I30
179,984 Miles
$3,995

Houston, TX
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2000 Infiniti I30
144,626 Miles
$3,995

Des Moines, IA
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1999 Infiniti I30
$1,495

Houston, TX
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Infiniti I30 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.7
7 Reviews
Overall
3.7
Value
4.3
Performance
4.0
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.9
Reliability
4.3

Infiniti I30 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2000 Infiniti I30 - A Mediocre Car

Jennifer
Anna, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
2.0
The car is very quiet. The radio is great, and the air/heat really pumps. It is big enough for my family and has great horsepower. It is good on gas and oil. However, the exterior of the car tends to get scratched easily. Whether I brush up against it, or someone is really close to my car and gets out of theirs, the paint easily scratches. I am tired of having to smooth it down and paint over it. I have over 100,000 miles. I have more than made up my money with this car. The paint and scratch issue is the worst. The next thing would be the doors having issues locking. It is a power-locking system. I have to reach in and unlock the doors, and this gets irritating. In fact, there are times when I manually try to unlock doors it still does not work! This is extremely aggravating. All ... (more)
Story
Many people have stared at me while I was driving the car. I blushed, but continued to drive. I love the attention it gives me!
Pros
As I have said before, it is good on gas and oil. The air and heat pump very well, and I do not have to have it serviced much. Horsepower is great. I also love the sleek look of the car. It is very classy and ostentatious. I have had it for 16 years, and I am proud of this vehicle. I have fully obtained my money's worth out of the car.
Cons
The paint tends to chip easily, and there are problems with the automatic door locking system.

1999 Infiniti I30 - Overall not bad.

Rachel
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
Since I've purchased this car I don't have a lot of complaints. It's gotten me through some pretty major road trips going 12,000 miles on a couple different occasions without any problems. The car itself makes me feel very luxurious. I love the moon roof and leather interior. The one downside I can think of is that it's difficult for mechanics to make any repairs in the engine. One thing that's been causing some issues I'm told is a faulty Noc sensor. I've had it replaced on multiple occasions each time taking a couple hours because the mechanic had to essentially figure out how to get to the sensor without taking the engine apart. Aside from that I love my car.
Story
I took a road trip from Colorado to California with my fiancé in my car. It was our first big road trip since we had gotten engaged and we were going to California to visit our family to celebrate. The whole trip was fun, we had a lot of snacks, we jammed out to music playlists on our phones and we joked a lot.
Pros
I absolutely love the look of the car. To me it feels like I'm driving a much more expensive car because of some of the features. The leather interior and the moon roof in particular give me the sense of luxury.
Cons
Problems with the Noc sensor. For some reason it keeps going out even though I've had it replaced quite a few times. It causes a sputtering in the engine while you drive that can be a little concerning because I fear it could lurch me forward into another car or something along those lines.

1996 Infiniti I30 - Outstanding quality.

Olivia
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
The 1996 Infiniti I-30 reflects some of the best work by Japan's auto industry. I am fortunate to have one that was built in Japan, and it has an engine that seems like it will live forever (with proper maintenance). I have about 185,000 miles on the car and have never had any problems with the engine. The car has a smooth and solid ride, a beautifully appointed leather interior, and a fantastic Bose sound system.
Story
Shortly after I bought the car and was still getting familiar with it, I had to take a long drive out of state. I accidentally put the transmission in second rather than drive and couldn't understand why the engine sounded a bit loud and the rpms were high. Finally I pulled off the highway and stopped, and as I was moving the shift to put the car in park, I realized I'd had it in second. Felt ... (more)
Pros
With proper maintenance, the Japan-built engine seems like it will last forever. It has about 185,000 miles on it and shows no signs of slowing down or having problems. The car gets excellent mileage for a large, six-cylinder. It is a pleasure to drive on the highway. It's quiet and very comfortable. And very roomy too. Three people fit comfortably in the back, even tall folks. The lumbar support in the driver's seat makes it easy to drive for long stretches in comfort. And I love the heated seats in the winter.
Cons
The only real negative about this car (and this is a common and known thing) is that as it got old the check engine light would appear every few months. However, clearing the codes takes care of that. I'm not sure what causes this, but I have checked various websites and chat rooms for the I-30 and learned that it's nothing to worry about.

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