2007 Infiniti FX35 Overview

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Avg. Price: $16,964
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Avg. Price: $16,185

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4.75 stars

Based on 10 reviews

2007 Infiniti Fx35 by Jeremy
 — Performance of this crossover SUV is good, considering it is a V-6 at 270 HP. It makes a lot of good noise when you accelerate hard, but runs high RPMs at high speeds even with the 5 speed auto. Bra... Read More
Great All Around Daily Driver by Brandon
 — I thoroughly enjoy driving this vehicle. Its built on the same platform as their G35 sedan, so it drives and handles very much like a car; nimble. You feel the road when you are driving which I like. ... Read More
Would Love To Keep It, But It Isn't Large Enough For My Growing Family. by Blhoops
 — Great driving, incredibly comfortable, reliable, have never had a problem with this car and exciting to drive. You don't see this car all over the roadways like other cars. This car handles well, qu... Read More

2007 Infiniti FX35 Overview

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Based on 10 reviews

2007 Infiniti FX35

After some noteworthy changes in 2006, Infiniti decided to add a seatbelt reminder and an optional iPod connection to the FX35 crossover SUV for 2007.  Otherwise, Infiniti stuck to the tried-and-true formula of slipping an SUV body on a sporty sedan.  The FX35 has 4 doors, seats 5, and comes in two trims: AWD and RWD.  
If you take a look under the hood, you'll find a powerful 3.5 L, 275 hp V6 engine with 5 speed automatic transmission.  The interior has a sloping roof and has a sportier (though less luxurious) feel than competitors such as the Cadillac SRX.  Expect fuel consumption to run from 16 mpg in the city to 21 on the highway.  Cargo space comes out to 65 cubic feet.
Most drivers would agree that the 2007 Infiniti FX35 performs well for its class and packs plenty of power.  However, many would like to see a little more interior and cargo room.  Others would like the FX35 to get a 3rd row and a more luxurious interior while losing the blind spots that make driving an interesting enterprise at times.  Despite the qualms, most owners like their car and hope that it finds its own distinctive identity in the near future.

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