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2011 Infiniti FX Consumer Discussions

Any word on when Infiniti will be releasing their 2012 FX? Interested in buying a 2011, but since they are due for a mid-cycle refresh, curious to see what will change for the 2012. At the dealershi...

- No Around-View Monitor like on the FX, EX, and QX, nor any form of visual/audible distance warning for the front end and four bumper corners. (But the 2011 BMW 5-series has it!)...

I would greatly appreciate your help in first letting me know if a deal I was offered by a dealer was a good deal. For an FX 35 RWD 2011 39 mo lease with 10k miles and Premium Package I was offered $...

After reading all of the threads,I had to chime in. I've the same issues with a 2011 FX35 that I purchased 2 months ago. My FX (like most of yours) tranny consistently upshifts into 7 gear by 38-40 mp...

I have a nearly 7 year old FX that has had no issues what so ever. It is built like a tank and feels like one as well. Overall, Infiniti is more reliable then the German 3, but it depends on the model...

does. They are finally putting one on the FX for 2011 but still none for the EX. Just ridiculous. One last thing I'd like to see is Infiniti sport of the styling a tiny bit. The EX too me looks a lit...

Does anyone know if Infiniti has plans to tweak the engine to get better mileage? I fell in love with the EX35 when I test-drove it, but it really is too small for what I need. The FX could be big e...

I researched NHTSA complaints for all Infiniti models (G, M, FX, EX) years 2009 - 2011 and I found many complaints about the 7-speed transmission. You can see description of each complaint here http:/...
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