In the city, the EX35 is small enough to be parked in one pass…no jockeying it back and forth to squeeze into that space at the mall.
And on the open road, the EX35 is just plain fun to drive.
The engine, for one.
Among the many things that Infiniti does well…engines just might top the list.
The EX is powered by the same strong 3.5 liter, 297 HP engine, that, save for a few minor differences, powers all except the V-8 Infiniti’s. And hooked to a 7-speed automatic, the EX is always in the right gear…always ready to leap.
But then interiors are another thing that Infiniti does well….with luxurious, high-quality leather leading the list.
The EX “Journey” has 8-way heated leather drivers’ seats, a leather-wrapped wheel, maple accents, moonroof, a 7”display, Bluetooth and more….and lists at $38,895 including transportation.
Our test car added a $2,700 tech package which will give you intelligent cruise control, blind spot warning, lane departure warning and prevention, distance control, and intelligent broke assist with collision warning.
A $2,200 Deluxe Touring package added 19” alloys, xenon headlights, power lumbar support and more.
And a $2,700 Premium Package brings front and real sonar, 11-speaker surround-sound, hard-drive nav with voice recognition and roof rails…and brought the total sticker up to $46,395.
EPA ratings are 17 city and 24 highway.
Could you do a little better? Yes…but with that 297 HP engine just asking for your right foot, it’s hard to resist!