The 2012 Infiniti EX35 confounds the expectations over the compact luxury crossover vehicles with its quickness. The 2012 Infiniti EX35 doesn’t deliver quite enough rear-seat or cargo room for most shoppers, but it over delivers when it comes to sharp road manners and decidedly non-crossover looks. Limited cargo and passenger space make the 2012 Infiniti EX35 a poor choice for parents, but some Infiniti EX35 reviews say that its sporty performance, stylish looks and classy interior will please nearly everyone else.
As the smallest, most car-like crossover in Infiniti’s lineup, the 2012 Infiniti EX35 is a good choice for drivers looking for the performance of a sport sedan with a bit of added utility. Slotting beneath the larger, more powerful FX 2012 and full-size 2012 Qx 56, the 2012 Infiniti EX35 emphasizes sportiness and style. The 2012 Infiniti EX35 rakish roofline and pert proportions hardly look like a crossover.
A GT-style hatchback gives the 2012 Infiniti EX35 a sleek silhouette, but detracts from its utility factor. With its streamlined hatchback and relatively low ground clearance, the 2012 Infiniti EX35 could almost pass as a wagon version of its platform-mate, the G sedan. With few cutline’s and a coupe-like roofline, 2012 Infiniti EX35 is one of the most favorite crossovers to look at. Inside the 2012 Infiniti EX35, it’s an austere, well-finished environment.
The 2012 Infiniti EX35 cabin is classy, luxurious and high-quality, but don’t expect to find too much space. It has a superb fit and finish and comes loaded with premium standard features, especially in the 2012 Infiniti EX35 Journey trim. The Infiniti EX35 cockpit-style layout wraps around the driver with its wide center stack a big LCD screen and secondary controls. The 2012 Infiniti EX35 instruments look elegant and refined in soft-white lighting, and the wood and leather wear matte finishes.
The 2012 Infiniti EX35 comes in base and Journey trims, and all-wheel drive is optional on either trim. The 297-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 in the 2012 Infiniti EX35 accelerates strongly, and the seven-speed automatic adapts to driving style, making itself invisible in gentle driving but clicking off quick shifts when it’s under the gun.
This power is sent to the rear wheels, or all four wheels if the all-wheel drive model is chosen, through a seven-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode and automatically rev-matched downshifts; in the 2012 Infiniti EX35 Edmunds tests, this combination is good for zero to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds.
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Competitors 2012 Infiniti EX35
If it’s room you need for passengers and cargo, the Audi Q5, the BMW X3 and the Volvo XC60 are worthy alternatives than the 2012 Infiniti EX35. If you need a more spacious luxury SUV, consider the Volvo XC60. The 2012 Infiniti EX35 offers a powerful base engine and great corning abilities, but the Audi Q5 offers more, and it costs just as much as the 2012 Infiniti EX35 price. Meanwhile, the Volvo XC60 base engine is paired with standard all-wheel drive, and gets higher fuel economy ratings than the 2012 Infiniti EX35.
However, while handling isn’t quite as crisp as with Infiniti G25 2012 model and 2011 G37 Infiniti, the 2012 Infiniti EX35 is dynamically very deft for a tall wagon. The BMW X3 is also worth a look, as it is similarly sporty as well as being roomier inside; but if you like sport-sedan dynamics, small wagon utility and driving slightly above the fray, the 2012 Infiniti EX35 is an endearing oddity in this evolving segment.
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