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2010 Infiniti EX35 - Consumer Reviews

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Hugely flawed, backwards step.
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By ihateteeth
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2010 Infiniti EX35 Journey 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


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My wife owned a 2008 EX35 and only changed because the lease was ending. It was a truly excellent car, particularly its responsiveness. Due to our financial situation she had problems trying to move to a different manufacturer. She was pre-approved for finance by Infiniti so another EX35 was a logical step. We both loved the original car anyway.
Having just read reviews of the FX35, I didn't realize why her new car was so poor. Put your foot down to enter the interstate and nothing happens, absolutely nothing. I thought maybe she just had a substandard car but now I see all these issues regarding the new transmission and Infiniti are not interested. Never again.


Best Features

Interior and quality of materials


Worst Features

Put the old transmission back in. The new one is a complete joke.


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Seasoned Audi owner switches to the EX 35
11 of 11 people found this review helpful
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By rockyf
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2010 Infiniti EX35 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


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I drove Audi's for 12 years; after looking at the Q5, Acura, Honda, Hyundai, Toyota & Ford decided on the EX35, and have never looked back.
Fun to drive, classy interior, tight fit & finish, cozy cabin, retro clock, warm leather, wood accents, the works!
Was surprised that the XM nav, weather & traffic require separate purchases after 3 months.
Mileage isn't what they promise or other reviews mention.
Had one problem within a week of purchase with a rear "clunk" when going over a bump which Infiniti immediately repaired.
Storage is fine for short trips or 2 passengers.
I would recommend the car to anyone.
Bubye Audi!


Best Features

Cool sonar & birds eye parking cams. Awesome Premium interior with Boze sound. Keyless start allows cabin lights to go on where you're within 3 feet of the car. Keyless entry, buttons on the exterior doorknobs instead.


Worst Features

The Bluetooth/phone and NAV require a lot of key strokes. Does not seem to be intuitive. The window sticker specified a compass on the rearview mirror but there isn't. It should be -- the map compass icon is very hard to interpret as you have to use the reciprocal. No locks on the rear doors, so driver has to unlock them. Mileage is weak, and the service dept admitted as much.


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Love this car!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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By onionring1
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2010 Infiniti EX35 Journey 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


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I decided to wait one full year from purchase to give an accurate review of this car.
On every level this car has been an absolute joy to drive!
Beautiful interior and exterior design, rock solid construction, outstanding performance and handling.
After 13k miles, not one problem to report.
This is such a well engineered vehicle, I love riding in this car!
Riding on snow was effortless thanks to the auto AWD.
The all around view monitor is a great feature that is extremely useful when in reverse.
When it comes to designing useful features, as well as interior and exterior styling, the engineers at Infiniti are in a class by themselves.


Best Features

The entire car.


Worst Features

Get rid of the Bose sound system and use a manufacturer like Mark Levinson. This car deserves it.


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Giving Back
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
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By Smith
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2010 Infiniti EX35 Journey 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


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After spending diligence researching all the competitors within edmunds: Q5, X3, GLK, RDX, etc and driving ALL of them; as expected, each had their +/- and all hovered in the basic model around $35K. When you start adding options such as Bluetooth (standard in the GLK) and navigation the price differentials started to show significantly. The packages all contained features that you may or may not want however to get X you had to buy Y. IMO, the Q5 and EX35 drove the best. The ease of buttons and intuitiveness of the layout combined with multiple features leaned towards the EX.Couldn't pass on the price with every option- 43K MSRP got it for 35K. Not a chance at that price with the big boys.


Best Features

Go for the Xenon headlights - very nice. Nav/bluetooth/premium package. Speaker systems is top notch Bose - can take mp3s off my computer transfer to a stick and listen to thousands of songs!


Worst Features

rear seat room is very shallow - only kids or small adults will fit. Dont buy to haul people around. Gas milage is horrible - 16 city


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Love it!
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By Marykate
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2010 Infiniti EX35 Journey 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


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Purchased just what I wanted! It is not too low or too high to get into. Drives like a dream and I have had not issues, not one. I would recommend to anyone who does not plan on having children for the long haul. I did have two car seats, and also hauled a rug in this thing. Not any complaints. Love it!


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