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mkaresh
03-16-2008, 11:40 AM
Because existing sources of auto reliability information left much to be desired, in late 2005 I started conducting my own reliability research at TrueDelta.com (http://www.truedelta.com). TrueDelta reports absolute stats like "trips to the shop" that make the differences between cars much clearer. Results are updated four times a year, so it's possible to provide reliability information on new models quickly.

With the EX35, I'm hoping to have an initial result in August 2008. So far ten owners have signed up to participate. We'll need more to provide a result.

Participants simply report repairs the month after they occur on a one-page survey. When there are no repairs, they simply report an approximate odometer reading four times a year, at the end of each quarter.

To encourage participation, panel members receive full access to the results for free.

For the details, and to help us provide results for the EX35 ASAP:

Vehicle reliability research (http://www.truedelta.com/reliability.php)

mkaresh
04-08-2008, 10:57 AM
Nearly 20 owners have already signed up, so an August result is looking likely. At this level, though, every single participant really has an impact. So hopefully more will join soon.

Vehicle reliability research (http://www.truedelta.com/reliability.php)

mkaresh
05-05-2008, 12:05 PM
Now up to 25. For a full result in August, we'll probably need 40.

To help make this happen:

Vehicle reliability research (http://www.truedelta.com/reliability.php)

mkaresh
06-02-2008, 01:29 PM
36 now, so looking good for August.

Can always use more.

Vehicle reliability research (http://www.truedelta.com/reliability.php)

mkaresh
07-25-2008, 03:20 PM
There will be a result in August. All that remains to be seen is whether or not this result will get an asterisk for marginal sample size--with a week to go, we're a few responses short of the minimum.

If you've signed up to participate but haven't yet responded to the survey (via a link in the email you received), please do. And if you haven't signed up yet, I hope you'll consider doing so. It's too late to be included in the current month's survey, but there will be another update in November.

Vehicle reliability research (http://www.truedelta.com/reliability.php)

mkaresh
08-21-2008, 03:08 PM
Full result--with no asterisk.

That said, the repair rate appears to be worse than average initially, but still under one repair trip per vehicle per year. If the EX is like the G, it'll have a few glitches at first, with a lower repair rate when the 2009s roll around.

The latest results:

TrueDelta Vehicle Reliability Survey results (http://www.truedelta.com/latest_results.php)

AWGD8
09-26-2008, 11:22 PM
Darn! ours is really that bad? :(

mkaresh
09-27-2008, 03:36 PM
Still under one repair trip per year per car, so I wouldn't get too strung out. Let's also see if the number comes down with the November update--might just have a few glitches with cars produced early in the run.

Mguy
01-06-2009, 06:09 PM
I have owned four Infinitis since 2002
A. 2002 I 35 with VQ 3.5l V6 (40K driven)
B. 2004 FX 35 AWD (Wrecked after 8K)
C. 2006 M35 RWD ( Driven 75K)
D. 2008 EX 35 AWD Journey (Purchased in July with 12K as of this date)

Not one warranty claim on any of these cars. No failures, no problems, no rattles, hassles or anything other than regular service (Oil @7500 K. )

Nothing I have ever owned ever comes slose. Period. End of discussion.

ianq
01-08-2009, 03:33 PM
I have to agree, I owned a 2004 G35 coupe before the EX, not a single issue, a far cry better than the Audis I owned before.

I don't think this survey is to be taken to heart, the sample base is way too small to be of any reflection of the EX's reliability...

mkaresh
01-08-2009, 04:23 PM
How large a sample base are you basing your opinion on?

That for the EX is large enough. What we're seeing are two fairly common failures, for the fuel pump and for the power tilt wheel motor. This might never show up in JD Power, since they survey only the first 90 days. It will probably show up in Consumer Reports, but not until November given their annual cycle.

ianq
01-08-2009, 04:32 PM
40 cars out of a number of thousands sold, that's not much to base a survey on, it's misleading...

mkaresh
01-08-2009, 04:45 PM
In statistical analysis, the size of the population is irrelevant. With the proper methods, you don't need a large sample even if the population is large. I know this isn't intuitive. But it's true nonetheless, and is the basis of all survey research.

ianq
01-08-2009, 06:24 PM
Sorry, a sampling of 40 cars does not warrant a fair analysis of reliability, so we will always disagree, you state it is a fair representation, I say the survey should be discounted as another opinion on the internet without any real basis.

Mguy
01-08-2009, 06:57 PM
Here is the point I was trying to make:
I have owned:
2 Buick Park Ave. Sedans: Pretty good cars with great mpg. But things fell off.
2 Mazda 929 sedans. Not as good as the Buicks.
1 Chevy Tahoe: OK, no real issues.
1 Ford Bronco: As good as the Tahoe
1 Porsche 944 Turbo. Needed lots of attention.
1 Ford Taurus SHO. The worst brakes in the world.
1 Chevy Vega GT Need I say more

My satisfaction and delight since buying my first Infiniti could not be more complete. I do not care about the sample size, I send my money to IFS each month with a smile on my face because Infiniti "gets it". Great quality, excellent customer satisfation, helpful dealers, a loaner car program and more warrranty than I will ever need and a great resale value, high residual make these cars easy to own make for the consumate bargain for any consumer: A SOLID VALUE.

mkaresh
01-08-2009, 09:04 PM
Sorry, a sampling of 40 cars does not warrant a fair analysis of reliability, so we will always disagree, you state it is a fair representation, I say the survey should be discounted as another opinion on the internet without any real basis.

Do you have a real basis for that opinion? :)

Mguy -- sounds good to me.

mkaresh
10-04-2009, 10:08 AM
We've updated the results for the EX35 to include owner experiences through the end of June. A big thank you to everyone who helped make this result possible.

With a repair frequency of 99 repairs per 100 cars per year, the EX35 remains worse than average, largely because of common problems with the noisy fuel pump and the power tilt-and-telescope steering wheel.

With prompt quarterly updates, we'll continue to track them closely. The more participants we have, the better the information we can provide.

Infiniti EX35 reliability comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806&email=Guest)

f1dna
10-08-2009, 04:31 PM
I had the noisy fuel pump (replaced - no further issue)
they replaced the steering column even though I had not had a problem - all in all very trouble free 51,000 miles!:)

mkaresh
12-15-2009, 12:44 PM
We've updated the results for the EX35 to include owner experiences through September 30, 2009.

With a repair frequency of 79 repairs per 100 cars per year, the EX35 has improved to average as previous common problems with the noisy fuel pump and the power tilt-and-telescope steering wheel fall out of the one-year window.

We've also introduced two new statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

In the case of 2008 EX, the percentage with no repairs is about 42, and the percentage of lemons is 4.

With prompt quarterly updates, we'll continue to track them closely. The more participants we have, the better the information we can provide.

Infiniti EX35 reliability comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806&email=Guest)

da mayor
12-16-2009, 10:15 AM
I had the noisy fuel pump (replaced - no further issue)
they replaced the steering column even though I had not had a problem - all in all very trouble free 51,000 miles!:)

51k already? thats some driving!

mkaresh
02-23-2010, 12:25 PM
We've updated the results for the EX35 to include owner experiences through December 31, 2009x. A big thank you to everyone who helped make this result possible.

With a repair frequency of 56 repairs per 100 cars per year, the EX35 is about average. Earlier common problems with the noisy fuel pump and the power tilt-and-telescope steering wheel have largely fallen out of the one-year window.

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

In the case of 2008 EX, the percentage with no repairs is about 66, and the percentage of lemons is 3.

With prompt quarterly updates, we'll continue to track them closely. The more participants we have, the better the information we can provide. Especially need more 2009s and 2010s.

Infiniti EX35 reliability comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806&email=Guest)

mkaresh
02-23-2010, 12:44 PM
We've updated the results for the V70 and XC70 to include owner experiences through December 31, 2009. In terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2009: 180, small sample size and clearly not accurate

2008: 53, about average (S80, V70, and XC70 for this year)

2007: 38, better than average, small sample size

2006: 106, worse than average

2005: 101, about average

2004: 116, worse than average

2003: 94, about average, small sample size

2002: 211, worse than average

2001: 177, worse than average

2000: 208, worse than average

1999: 280, worse than average, small sample size

1998: 205, worse than average

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

For the 2004, the first is 32, while the latter is 14. These are among the worst for the models currently covered.

We don't have these for other years yet, though, because they require a larger number of responses.

A big thank you, once again, to this forum and everyone who has been helping. We'll have further updates in May and August. With more participants, we could provide all three stats for all model years. So if you haven't already signed up to participate, please consider doing so.

Volvo V70 / XC70 reliability comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Volvo&mc=287&email=Guest)

mkaresh
06-08-2010, 12:25 PM
We've updated the results for the EX35 to include owner experiences through March 31, 2010. A big thank you, once again, to everyone who helped make this result possible.

With a repair frequency of 56 repairs per 100 cars per year, the 2008 EX35 is about average. Earlier common problems with the noisy fuel pump and the power tilt-and-telescope steering wheel have largely fallen out of the one-year window.

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

In the case of 2008 EX, the percentage with no repairs is about 62, and the percentage of lemons is less than one.

With prompt quarterly updates, we'll continue to track them closely. With more participants, we could provide more precise information and cover all model years.

Infiniti EX35 reliability comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806&email=Guest)

mkaresh
01-08-2011, 12:11 PM
We've updated the results for the EX35 to include owner experiences through September 30, 2010. Other sources of car reliability information won't cover the months since April until the summer or even fall of next year.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010: 50, about average

2008: 34, better than average

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

In the case of 2008 EX, the percentage with no repairs is about 74, and the percentage of lemons is less than one.

Infiniti EX Lemon-odds and Nada-odds (http://www.truedelta.com/lemon-odds.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

With prompt quarterly updates, we'll continue to track them closely. With more participants, we could provide more precise information and cover all model years.

To see how competitors compare, and to sign up to help:

Infiniti EX35 reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

mkaresh
03-22-2011, 01:39 PM
We've updated the results for the EX35 to include owner experiences through December 31, 2010.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010: 38, about average

2008: 50, about average

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

In the case of 2008 EX, the percentage with no repairs is about 68, and the percentage of lemons is less than one.

Infiniti EX Lemon-odds and Nada-odds (http://www.truedelta.com/lemon-odds.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

A big thank you, once again, to everyone who has been helping. We'll have further updates in May and August. With more participants, we could provide more precise information and cover all model years.

To see how competitors compare, and to sign up to help:

Infiniti EX35 reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

mkaresh
06-27-2011, 11:48 AM
We've updated the results for the EX35 to include owner experiences through March 31, 2011.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010: 26, better than average

2008: 58, about average

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

In the case of 2008 EX, the percentage with no repairs is about 62, and the percentage of lemons is about 3.

Infiniti EX Lemon-odds and Nada-odds (http://www.truedelta.com/lemon-odds.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

We'll have further updates in August and November. With more participants, we could provide more precise information and cover all model years.

To see how competitors compare, and to sign up to help improve this information:

Infiniti EX35 reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

mkaresh
09-20-2011, 03:28 PM
We've updated the reliability stats for the Infiniti EX35 to include owner experiences through June 30, 2011.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010: 16, better than average

2008: 58, about average

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

In the case of 2008 EX, the percentage with no repairs is about 68, and the percentage of lemons is about 3.

Infiniti EX Lemon-odds and Nada-odds (http://www.truedelta.com/lemon-odds.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

We'll have further updates in November and February. With more participants, we could provide more precise information and cover all model years.

To see how competitors compare, and to sign up to help improve this information:

Infiniti EX35 reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

mkaresh
02-05-2012, 12:57 PM
We've updated the our reliability stats for the EX35 (on our redesigned site) to include owner experiences through September 30, 2011.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010: 3, better than average

2008: 44, better than average

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.

2010: 96, < 1

2008: 67, < 1

Infiniti EX Lemon-odds and Nada-odds (http://www.truedelta.com/lemon-odds.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

Thank you, once again, to this forum and everyone who has been helping. We'll have further updates later this month and in May. With more participants, we could provide more precise information and cover all model years.

To see how competitors compare, and to sign up to help improve this information:

Infiniti EX35 reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/car-reliability.php?stage=pt&bd=Infiniti&mc=806)

JayG35
04-14-2012, 02:36 AM
Thanks for all your hard work, Michael. It's good to know that the poor EX, while not a strong-seller because of its size, is well-built and reliable, as an Infiniti should be.

mkaresh
04-16-2012, 10:43 AM
My wife loves the EX! I did meet a planner now at GM who used to be at Nissan. He felt that they totally botched the packaging of the EX.

JayG35
04-16-2012, 11:30 PM
I agree, it's way too space inefficient. I was just talking about this with one of our admins, and we dug up the specs- the EX is the same length as the Nissan Rogue, and has a nearly 5 inch-longer wheelbase, yet has 7 inches less rear leg room! It's a shame because it's so reliable, it handles like a G35 sedan and has very nice fit and finish. Oh well, nothing a redesign can't fix in a couple years.:thumbup:

mkaresh
04-17-2012, 10:42 AM
But what if the redesign is based on the Rogue, mini-JX style?

Indemand
04-17-2012, 11:08 AM
Good thinking! A mini JX would sell like crazy.

JayG35
04-17-2012, 04:06 PM
They could make it a small JX by using the FWD-CVT platform, and I'm sure it would sell. But as an enthusiast I kinda want them to keep the EX on the G's platform. I don't want there to bee too many Infinitis with a somewhat dulled (though not bad) driving experience, as in the JX. That Motortrend interview about the G being based on the upcoming C-class mentioned that a new EX based on the new G is being explored. Such a car would be a great analogue to the BMW X3, as is the FX for the X5/X6 twins. All Infiniti has to do this time is not be so terrible at packaging the thing.

Indemand
04-17-2012, 06:24 PM
I agree Jay, but the EX is seriously mainstream flawed. I thought about buying one when I turned my '06M in but just too small. Really a nice, ah gorgeous interior setup though. More than I need most of the time but much less than what I need some of the time.

JayG35
04-17-2012, 06:38 PM
My dad looked at them, and also found them too small. Ended up in a Forester after deciding to be really fiscally conservative when the recession started looking like a long-term prospect.:o He itches to get back into Infiniti eventually, be it a CPO rather than new like his G was.

They surely can keep the EX RWD-based, and just make it bigger. It actually needs to be about the size of today's FX, and the FX can grow just a little bit. There is not a huge size difference between an X3 and an X5, for example. And the JX is so much bigger than the FX that it can afford to tack on an extra 3-4 inches in length.

Indemand
04-17-2012, 06:49 PM
The FX as a sports crossover is the balls. But it really is a niche vehicle. I don't think I would base much off of this design.

JayG35
04-18-2012, 12:22 AM
Yeah, I guess what I'd like to see, is this type of execution: make the EX a bit more of a 2-box, like the JX, but keep it a G underneath. The FX can stay more or less the niche vehicle that it is. It's basically a Japanese X6. If they want, they can introduce a 3-row RWD/AWD crossover with better road manners than the JX, but I will only let Infiniti do that after they give us more sedans and sports cars. They have been SUV crazy the past few years. If they do one more before we get an M coupe, or electric sedan, or supercar, I will send them to their room without dinner.

mkaresh
12-21-2012, 02:34 PM
We've updated the our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through September 30, 2012.


Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:


2010: 40, about average


2008: 39, about average


We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.


2010: 76, 4


2008: 58, < 1


We'll have further updates in February and May. We'd love to provide more precise stats and cover more model years--just a matter of getting more owners involved!


To see how competitors compare, and to sign up to help:


Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
04-11-2013, 09:50 AM
We've updated the our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through December 31, 2012.


Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:


2010: 26, low


2008: 38, low


We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds," to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop.


2010: 77, < 1


2008: 66, < 1


Thank you, once again, everyone who has been helping. We'll have further updates in May and August. The more owners participate, the more comprehensive and precise these will be.


To see how competitors compare, and to sign up to help:


Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
07-24-2013, 12:22 PM
We've updated our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through March 31, 2013.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010 EX: 12, low
2008 EX: 33, low

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds", to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop:

2008 EX: 68, < 1

We'll have further updates in August and in November.

For the details, including the descriptions of reported repairs, and to sign up to help improve this information:

Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
10-21-2013, 12:28 PM
We've updated our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through June 30, 2013. (Another source is about 14 months behind.)

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010 EX: 13, low
2008 EX: 29, low

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds", to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop:

2008 EX: 75, < 1

We'll have further updates in November and February.

To view competitors' scores and descriptions of reported repairs, and to sign up to help:

Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
02-07-2014, 11:58 AM
We've updated our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through September 30, 2013.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010 EX: 14, low
2008 EX: 34, low

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds", to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop:

2008 EX: 63, < 1

We'll have further updates later this month and in May. The more owners participate, the more comprehensive and precise these will be.

To see how competitors compare, and to sign up to help improve this information:

Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
04-30-2014, 12:54 PM
We've updated our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through December 31, 2013.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010 EX: 5, low
2008 EX: 33, low

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds", to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop:

2008 EX: 65, < 1

We'll have further updates in May and in August. The more owners participate, the more comprehensive and precise these will be.

To see the repairs behind these stats, and to sign up to help improve this information:

Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
08-05-2014, 12:56 PM
Our reliability stats for the EX now include owner experiences through March 31, 2014, making them nearly a year ahead of other sources.


Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:


2010 EX: 19, low, small sample size
2008 EX: 40, low


We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds", to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop:


2008 EX: 63, < 1


Thank you, once again, everyone who has been helping. Next update in August.


For a deeper dive, including the stats for other cars and repair descriptions, and to sign up to help improve this information:


Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
11-05-2014, 12:10 PM
We've updated our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through June 30, 2014.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010 EX: 21, low, small sample size
2008 EX: 36, low

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds", to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop:

2008 EX: 66, < 1

Next updates in November and in February. The more owners participate, the more comprehensive and precise these will be.

For repair descriptions, the stats of other cars, and to sign up to help improve this information:

Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
01-21-2015, 12:54 PM
We've updated our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through September 30, 2014.

Repair frequencies, in terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year:

2010 EX: 23, low, small sample size
2008 EX: 20, low

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds", to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop:

2008 EX: 83, < 1

Additional participants always helpful (especially if you see "small sample size" next to the year, or no stat at all).

To view the repairs behind these numbers, check the stats for other cars, and sign up to help improve this information (next update in February):

Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)

mkaresh
04-24-2016, 03:54 PM
We've updated our reliability stats for the EX to include owner experiences through the end of 2015, about eight months ahead of other sources. In terms of repair trips per 100 cars per year--lower is better:

2010 EX: 43, low, small sample size
2008 EX: 28, low

We have two additional statistics, "Nada-odds" and "Lemon-odds", to indicate the percentage of cars with no repairs in the past year and those that required 3+ trips to the repair shop:

2008 EX: 84, < 1

We'll have further updates in May and in August. The more owners participate, the more comprehensive and precise these will be.

For the repairs behind these stats, reliability information on other models, and to sign up to help improve this information:

Infiniti EX reliability ratings and comparisons (http://www.truedelta.com/Infiniti-EX/reliability-806)