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Trim: 2010 Infiniti FX35 Base
While the 2010 Infiniti FX35 falls short on functionality and comfort, it excels in style, performance, and class-leading technology. The compellingly-designed FX35 offers a sporty and capable performance that sets it apart from other luxury midsize SUVs. Infiniti has also packed the FX35 with a dizzying array of advanced safety and technology features that will impress drivers. Read on to see how the 2010 FX35 fared on our road test.
Improvements from the 2009 Infiniti FX35
The FX35 was completely redesigned in 2009, so changes for 2010 are minimal. A USB audio port and Bluetooth connectivity are now standard. The available Bose premium sound system receives 2 GB of storage for digital music, and the optional navigation system now has an in-dash DVD video/audio drive, Zagat restaurant guide, weather reports, and Bluetooth streaming audio.
Auto reviews agree that the FX35’s athleticism is one of its strongest areas. The SUV’s 3.5-liter, 303-hp V6 is smooth and powerful and propels the FX35 from 0-60 mph in just 6.6 seconds. Drivers can expect the FX35 to handle curvy roads with aplomb, as the steering and handling are excellent for a crossover vehicle. On the other hand, the suspension of the 2010 Infiniti FX35 is designed for sporty driving, which means it might feel a bit stiff to most drivers. The ride may be too uncomfortable for the FX35 to serve as a daily driver. For optimal performance, stay away from the available 20-inch wheels, as they create a bumpier and much noisier ride.
At the very least, the daring styling of the FX35 is interesting and unique. The vehicle has the lower body of an SUV, but the upper body of a sports coupe. Car reviews praise the SUV’s wavy grille and scratch-resistant Scratch Shield paint. Check out photos of the recently redesigned Infiniti FX35 in our gallery. Standard exterior equipment on the 2010 FX35 includes a power liftgate, foglights, automatic xenon headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, and heated outside mirrors. The FX35 comes in only one trim level.
The multitude of cutting-edge features in the cabin of the Infiniti FX35 will astound you. As if the luxurious, high-quality feel of the leather-drenched interior weren’t enough, the FX35 boasts some of the highest-tech gadgets and options in its class. Standard interior equipment includes a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, keyless ignition/entry, back-up camera, satellite radio, USB port, Bluetooth, and an 11-speaker Bose premium audio system with a six-disc CD changer. The one bone of contention reviewers have about the FX35’s interior is its lack of legroom in the backseat and stingy cargo space. The FX35 can seat five, but the backseat is ill-equipped to handle anyone over the age of 12. Likewise, the FX35’s 24.8 cubic feet of cargo space is very small for a midsize SUV.
Safety and Specifications
Although the federal government has not crash tested the 2010 Infiniti FX35, the car insurance industry gave the vehicle its highest car safety rating of “good” in rear-crash and frontal-offset tests. Standard safety equipment includes an advanced airbag system, brake assist, traction control, anti-lock brakes, electronic brakeforce distribution, and a special program that helps parents select appropriate safety seats for their children. If drivers opt for the Technology package, even more safety features are available, including an intelligent brake assist system that uses laser-technology to sense imminent collisions and bring the FX35 to a halt. A summary of the Infiniti FX35’s specs is provided below.
The upgrades available on the 2010 Infiniti FX35 are virtually endless. With the Premium package, drivers get ventilated and heated front seats, quilted leather upholstery, driver’s seat memory, and a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. The Deluxe Touring and Navigation packages add upgrades like 20-inch alloy wheels, alloy pedals, front and rear parking sensors, a 360-degree parking camera system, and more. The expensive but highly useful Technology package offers adaptive cruise control with distance control, rain-sensing windshield wipers, a lane-departure warning system, adaptive headlights, and an optional rear-seat entertainment system.
How the 2010 FX35 Compares to Other Luxury Midsize SUVs
The bare-bones Infiniti FX35 is priced competitively for the midsize SUV segment, but the option packages on the FX35 are very expensive and somewhat restrictive. The FX35 also falls short on passenger and cargo space relative to other SUVs. The FX35’s fuel economy rating is decent for the class, with a city/highway rating of 16/23 mpg.
New car guide sites estimate the 2009 FX35’s Intellichoice 5 year cost of ownership at $55,293, which is good for a luxury midsize SUV. Data for the 2010 model are not yet available. Likewise, although no J.D. Power Quality Ratings for predicted reliability are available on the 2010 FX35, the 2009 model received a very good score of 8.0 out of 10. Infiniti’s class-leading warranty protection includes a four-year/60,000-mile basic warranty and a six-year/70,000-mile powertrain warranty.
Conclusion: Is the 2010 Infiniti FX35 a Smart Buy?
Style gurus and technophiles will love the 2010 Infiniti FX35. The sleek coupe/SUV-hybrid style will turn many a head, while the sophisticated technology and options available on the inside will make your head spin. The FX35 also handles more athletically than most competitors and has a very capable V6 engine. On the other hand, the lack of rear legroom and cargo space may make the FX35 less than ideal for families, and the SUV can get pricey with option packages. Overall, the FX35 is a well-designed SUV that is fun to drive and on the cutting edge of technology.
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