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2013 Infiniti JX 7-Seater Crossover Debuts at 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show

Infiniti has finally taken the wraps off the production version of their JX 7-seater crossover, which was previewed by a concept shown at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California this past August.
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We looked over both versions, production and study, and we couldn’t really find any differences, not even in the wheel sizes. The JX incorporates the new Infiniti grille at the front, an upwardly curving glass section and a swooping shape to the D pillar.

Inside, you have luxury touches like wood accents and full leather trim, plus the 15-speaker Bose Cabin Surround sound system with Acoustic Waveguide bass. But the biggest change over all other Infinitis is the fact that it has seating for seven in a three-row arrangement. The last two rows can fold flat co create a cavernous loading area.

Right now, the only engine option is the JX 35 with a 3.5-liter V6 offering 265 hp and 248 lb-ft on the US market. The engine is available in both FVD and with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive.

"With the new JX, you are able to leave a child seat securely latched to the 2nd row while getting in or out of the 3rd row - just another example of the vehicle's inspired flexibility and versatility," says Infiniti Americas Vice President, Ben Poore. "It might seem like a small detail, unless you've ever tried to use a 3rd row in a vehicle with child seats, and then it's 'why didn't someone think of this before?'.”

Pricing for the 2013 Infiniti JX starts at 40,450 for the FWD model and $41,550 for the AWD version, not covering the $950 destination charge.

 
 
 
 
 

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