2012 Infiniti FX35

CARBARN | 2012 Infiniti FX35 | The Infiniti FX is Among the sportiest crossovers and style-focused, and while it can still turn heads, three years after its last major redesign, it's time for a refresh. This year, Infiniti carefully nipped and tucked, subtly tweaking the FX's grille and front fascia while adding a limited-edition Called the FX35, uh, Limited Edition. The 2012 FX's new grille marks the Biggest change, morphing from the 2011 car's elegantly simple opening into a more aggressive, pinched form cribbed from Infiniti's Etherea concept (which in turn borrowed its grille design from the Essence concept).

he lower front fascia gets more visual oomph courtesy of thin bands of chrome outlining the fog-light nacelles. Unfortunately, the FX's chrome fender vents survived the refresh. The 2012 FX35 is still powered by a 303-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 engine and available with rear-or all-wheel drive, while the FX50 carries over its 390-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 and standard all- wheel-drive.

Infiniti did not outline any specific equipment for the 2012 FX shuffling, but buyers can still spec with FXS Their Premium, Deluxe, Touring, Technology, and Sport packages. Every Will FX come standard with Infiniti's Personal Assistant, a phone-based 24-hour concierge service, the which owners can call to get directions, emergency assistance, restaurant suggestions, and the like.

Paired with the Iridium Blue paint that's exclusive to the Limited Edition, the muted trim and wheels look great.The FX35 costs $ 850 more, the which means $ 44.345 for a 2012 rear-drivers and $ 45.795 for an AWD model. The 2012 FX50 jumps by $ 1,750, to $ 60.245. The 2012 Infiniti FX hits dealerships in early October.



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