26 April 2016

  • Australian Capital’s first authorised Infiniti Service Centre, joins Infiniti’s expanding national dealer network
  • Complete after-sales, service and technical support facility for ACT-based Infiniti customers
  • Opening May 2016

Melbourne, Australia – Premium automotive brand Infiniti has announced it will open its first dealership in Canberra next month.


The company has appointed one of the region’s best-known automotive retailers, Rolfe Motor Group, as its first official Service Centre in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).


Situated in the suburb of Phillip, Canberra’s popular premium automotive retailing precinct, Infiniti Service Centre Canberra will deliver premium service, parts and workshop support to Canberra’s growing community of Infiniti owners.


The establishment of Infiniti Service Centre Canberra is a first step in the premium automotive brand’s local development and opens the way for Retail Centre growth in the ACT.


“2016 is a busy year of expansion for Infiniti, both globally and in Australia,” said Jean- Philippe Roux, Managing Director of Infiniti Cars Australia.


“In the previous six months, we have announced and opened new Infiniti Retail and Service Centres in Sydney, Adelaide and Perth, doubling our national dealership coverage. And the release of the updated Infiniti Q70 sedan in February was the first of five all-new and updated models to join our Australian vehicle catalogue this year.” 


Rolfe Motor Group’s founder, Richard Rolfe OAM, a generous philanthropist recognised for his charitable works alongside his wife Deborah, was delighted to join Infiniti’s growing retail network.


“Infiniti is a premium brand on the rise,” he said. “Since 2012 the company has steadily assembled each of the parts necessary for long-term market success and our decision to be their first official representative in Canberra is an important and exciting investment.”


Infiniti’s growing model range will soon include the all-new Q30 active compact and the corresponding crossover version, the QX30, both due in Australia in the third quarter of this year. The updated Q50 sports sedan, which features innovative digital suspension, a revised Direct Adaptive Steering system and the availability of the brand’s all-new 298kW twin-turbo petrol V6 engine, will arrive later this year, close to when the all-new Q60 sports coupe lands in Infiniti’s Australian showrooms.


Infiniti Service Centre Canberra will be open from May.


Infiniti Service Centre Canberra
152 Melrose Drive Phillip, ACT
Telephone: 02 6232 5625