2013 Infiniti JX35 Long Term Road Test


2013 Infiniti JX35: Service, Windshield and Recalls Part 2

September 20, 2012

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A few weeks ago we told you our 2013 Infiniti JX35 was off to the dealer for routine maintenance, a new windshield and recall work. What we didn't tell you was how the visit went. That was because the paperwork sat on my desk and, well, I dropped the ball. So here is the recap...

Service: The 7,500-mile maintenance went off without a hitch. And due to a clerical error, we weren't even charged for it. Infiniti owns this car. As it turned out, the dealer had initially billed them for the $47 oil change.

Windshield: New glass was surprisingly affordable for the JX. The dealer called in a third-party installer at a cost of just $361 to us. A seal for the windshield was not sent in the first shipment, which ulitmately equated to 2 days out of service. Still, this cost beat the $1,300 we paid for new glass on our long-term M56.

Recalls: Both campaigns, for the fuel tank tube and IBA reprogramming, were completed.

Total Cost: $408.29

Total Days out of Service: 2

Mike Schmidt, Vehicle Testing Manager @ 8,160 miles

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The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2013 Infiniti JX in VA is:

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