Lots of new high-tech gear; sleek styling inside and out; competitive price for a luxury crossover
Infiniti keeps it simple with a base EX35 and the EX35 Journey. Both models come with 2-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive is available for either. The engine is a 3.5-liter V6 with a healthy 297 hp and 253 lb-ft of torque. The 5-speed automatic transmission has a driver-adaptive algorithm that learns you driving style and adjusts the gear shifts to suit your preferences. There's a manual shift mode too that can match the engine revs on the downshifts.
Standard safety equipment includes seatbelt pretensioners, the Infiniti Advanced Airbag System, roof-mounted airbags, ABS, EBD, brake assist, TPMS, traction control and vehicle dynamic control. The Journey has optional intelligent brake assist, which works together with the optional forward collision warning system to minimize impact when its front bumper is about to hit another car or stationary object.
The base model has auto temperature control; power everything; leather seating, steering wheel and shift knob; 8-way driver and 4-way passenger adjustable seats; RearView Monitor and the Infiniti Controller 7-inch screen, which displays audio settings, fuel economy and more. The Journey trim adds a moonroof, dual-zone climate controls, power-tilt steering column and maple interior accents.
The Journey has a few options not available for the base model, too. The standard 6-speaker stereo system can be upgraded to an 11-speaker Bose system, and either a 2 GB or 9.3 GB Music Box hard drive can be added. Streaming audio via Bluetooth is also available the Journey trim, as is a navigation system with Zagat restaurant guide. The Around View Monitor with front and rear sonar is another Journey trim exclusive. Its four exterior cameras show a full 360-degree view of the exterior on an in-dash screen. The images can be viewed as one, or as separate pictures from each camera.
Infiniti improved the EX35 for 2010 by adding a slew of new standard features such as heated mirrors, automatic headlights and a USB port for music players. New this year is the optional Around View Monitor, with front and rear sonar system. The rear seats got more leg room for 2010, too, making the back seat comfortable for adults as well as kids.
The EX35 has a slew of standard luxury features even on the base model; upgrading to the Journey trim level with all-wheel drive only costs about five thousand dollars more than the to the price. The V6 engine is quite capable for most on-road SUV needs, and the list of standard safety measures extensive. All that, and an impressive rating of 17 mpg city/24 mpg highway for the 2-wheel drive EX35. All-wheel drive drops those numbers by one, to 16 mpg city, 23 mpg highway.
Vehicle Price: 34,675.00
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