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2013 Infiniti JX - Consumer Review

2013 Infiniti JX JX35 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl CVT)

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JX35 4dr SUV (3.5L V6 CVT Automatic)

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By hondaman35 on

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2013 Infiniti JX JX35 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl CVT)

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With children reaching teen stage, the wife (aka the boss) finally decided that weve graduated from minivans. Basic requirements: cross-over, 3-row seating, leather and within $45K. Researched: MDX: Pros - Honda name, resale, handling. Cons Value quotient, dated styling. Pilot: Pros Honda name, resale, decent ride. Cons Remember, Im trying to graduate from driving a box on wheels! Honda with leather starts mid to high 30s? CX9: Pros Mazda name, sporty handling, great reviews. Cons Outdated styling, minivan with long nose. Explorer: Pros Styling, options, price ranges. Cons Will top $40K with options. Resale value will exceed loan amount before first juice stain.

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Features / Amenities: Std features that may be optional on others such as leather, HID headlights, keyless start/stop, Bluetooth Technology: Standard features are too numerous to list Driving Dynamics: Probably the most German-like handling that Ive experienced in a Japanese vehicle (firm but not harsh), quiet, stable. Efficiency: Around 20+ combined mpg, not bad for a 3 row suv Styling: Understated, but still distinctive (and no one will mistake it for minivan) Intangibles: Luxury nameplate, better warranty, loaner cars, oil changes for life (at my dealer) Overall, this vehicle mitigated the Cons for the other vehicles that we researched and was able to negotiate a fair price to boot.

Suggested Improvements

Leather may not age well. Needs more rubber for a vehicle this size, even upgrading to 20 inch wheels maintains the same tire width. Hard plastics on the dash. Homelink should be standard. Trunk space with 3rd row up is fairly small. Many small crevices in second row floor that will surely collect objects and dirt that will be difficult to clean.
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