Base 4dr All-wheel Drive
2009 Infiniti FX35

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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 16 City / 21 Hwy
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2009 FX35 Overview

The 2009 Infiniti FX is the second generation of this performance crossover SUV from Nissan's luxury division.The FX is all-new for the 2009 model year, with new styling, new engines, new transmissions.

The V6 model is still called the FX35, but the V8 model has been renamed FX50 in recognition of its 5-liter engine.(The FX50 replaces the previous FX45.) Both engines have significantly changed, both get new seven-speed automatic transmissions, and many pieces large and small are new.

Emphasizing polarizing looks over box-shaped utility the FX offers the same front seating room as most midsize sedans with a broad back seat with the same legroom as a Honda Civic.Big pieces of cargo will require folding down the back seats, but the V8 version will tow a small boat or pair of personal watercraft.This is not a car with high sales volume so there is some exclusivity, and with the eye-catching looks if there's another around you will notice it.

High style is maintained inside as well, especially on the V8 and premium-packaged V6 cabins; nicely stitched leather, wonderfully stained Maple wood, fine details, and matte-finish surfaces a nice respite from excessive chrome-plated plastic.The interior was the opposite of the mixed opinions on outside style as virtually every observer approved.

Features are good and fair for the price point.Some features, including the Around View monitor, are not available elsewhere at any price, at least not for the next 15 minutes or so.And these things are loaded.If it isn't standard, it's probably available.Standard features include moonroof, bi-xenon headlamps, power hatch closure, XM radio, while smart cruise control, voice-recognition navigation with real-time traffic, rear-seat entertainment systems, and a host of electronics are also available.

Primary competition for the FX line comes from the BMW X6, which by nature of its newness and more sweeping roofline may receive more styling attention and delivers slightly higher performance benchmarks than the FX, but doesn't necessarily drive better and costs thousands more.So if you're looking at the X6 and it seems costly, step over here to the Infiniti showroom and check out the bionic cheetah.You might even prefer it.

Based on the same platform as the Nissan 300ZX and Infiniti G37 sports cars, the Infiniti FX is a rear-wheel-drive based vehicle.(The FX has nothing in common with the Nissan Murano, which is a front-wheel-drive vehicle built on an entirely different platform.) The FX goes like stink and offers sporty handling along with some cargo capacity.
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2009 FX35 Overview

The 2009 Infiniti FX is the second generation of this performance crossover SUV from Nissan's luxury division.The FX is all-new for the 2009 model year, with new styling, new engines, new transmissions.

The V6 model is still called the FX35, but the V8 model has been renamed FX50 in recognition of its 5-liter engine.(The FX50 replaces the previous FX45.) Both engines have significantly changed, both get new seven-speed automatic transmissions, and many pieces large and small are new.

Emphasizing polarizing looks over box-shaped utility the FX offers the same front seating room as most midsize sedans with a broad back seat with the same legroom as a Honda Civic.Big pieces of cargo will require folding down the back seats, but the V8 version will tow a small boat or pair of personal watercraft.This is not a car with high sales volume so there is some exclusivity, and with the eye-catching looks if there's another around you will notice it.

High style is maintained inside as well, especially on the V8 and premium-packaged V6 cabins; nicely stitched leather, wonderfully stained Maple wood, fine details, and matte-finish surfaces a nice respite from excessive chrome-plated plastic.The interior was the opposite of the mixed opinions on outside style as virtually every observer approved.

Features are good and fair for the price point.Some features, including the Around View monitor, are not available elsewhere at any price, at least not for the next 15 minutes or so.And these things are loaded.If it isn't standard, it's probably available.Standard features include moonroof, bi-xenon headlamps, power hatch closure, XM radio, while smart cruise control, voice-recognition navigation with real-time traffic, rear-seat entertainment systems, and a host of electronics are also available.

Primary competition for the FX line comes from the BMW X6, which by nature of its newness and more sweeping roofline may receive more styling attention and delivers slightly higher performance benchmarks than the FX, but doesn't necessarily drive better and costs thousands more.So if you're looking at the X6 and it seems costly, step over here to the Infiniti showroom and check out the bionic cheetah.You might even prefer it.

Based on the same platform as the Nissan 300ZX and Infiniti G37 sports cars, the Infiniti FX is a rear-wheel-drive based vehicle.(The FX has nothing in common with the Nissan Murano, which is a front-wheel-drive vehicle built on an entirely different platform.) The FX goes like stink and offers sporty handling along with some cargo capacity.Hide Full Review