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Aired: 10/11/2012

The 2013 Infiniti JX35 is a seven-passenger CUV loaded with sophisticated technology, plenty of driving comforts, and a curvy design. The JX35 has road presence, from the stylized chrome grille to the crescent shaped rear pillars. Lauren Fix, the Car Coach, takes a closer look.

Model – 2013 Infiniti JX35
MPG – 18/24 21 mpg combined
Engine – 3.5L V6 engine with 265 hp. riding on 18-inch alloy wheels
Built in: Smyrna, TN
Price – starts at $40,450
Test Vehicle – $54,070 was equipped with the Technology package including Back-Up Collision Intervention and Forward Collision Warning, remote engine start, heated steering wheel, Blinds Spot and Lane Departure Warning and Prevention Systems and Intelligent Cruise Control.

The 2013 Infiniti JX35 also offers a Theatre package with dual 7-inch color screens and 2-wireless headsets. The Deluxe Touring package includes 20″ wheels and Bose Cabin Surround Sound system with beautiful sound, especially when you add the Premium package to the shopping list.

Infiniti’s goal with the 2013 JX three-row crossover is volume. The interior is a huge space with plenty of storage and comfort for the whole family.

The JX35 has road presence, from the stylized chrome grille to the crescent shaped rear pillars. Infiniti has always done an amazing job with body design.

Competes with:
•Audi Q7
•Lincoln MKT
•Mercedes-Benz GL-class
•Acura MDX

•Easy access to roomy third row
•Plenty of high-tech safety
•Very comfortable seats
•Pleasing ride quality
•Easy to use technology systems

•Engine needs more power
•Not a fan of the CVT transmission

The 2013 Infiniti JX35 is an excellent luxury CUV for someone who wants everything from style to technology to a smooth quiet ride. It’s a great family vehicle if it fits your budget.

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