I purchased a brand new 2013 Infinity JX35 (CUV) on June 9th 2013.
We only had the vehicle about 3-4 weeks when it started to exhibit major front end shaking/steering issues when operating the vehicle between 18-35 MPH.
This is a highly unsafe situation which could very easily result in the driver losing control of the vehicle.
At this point this brand new vehicle has been to the dealership twice (currently there) for a total of 21+ days and has had major power train work done or currently scheduled.
This includes replacement of the Torque Converter, Electric Power Steering Unit and they are actively working to replace the transmission with a re-manufactured unit.
Manufacture and test NEW vehicles that are reliable and safe.
This vehicle is not up to Nissan/Infiniti standards and is a HUGE disappointment.
Do NOT buy this vehicle unless you want to deal with reliability, safety issues not to mention suffer significant financial losses after the purchase.
Again, ALL major powertrain work is reported to CarFax and other reporting agencies and this will devalue your vehicle.
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