Infiniti EX37, EX37 GT UK Pricing Announced

After having announced last week the pricing for its FX range bound for the UK, Japanese manufacturer Infiniti announced today released pricing for its second car to go to the Islands. Pricing for the EX starts at £35,200 (for the EX37) and £36,500 (for the EX37 GT), but Infiniti provides several trims and options which will add to that value. Deliveries of the EX range will begin is September, when the inaugural Infiniti Centre, in Reading, opens its doors.

The two versions of the EX are both powered by a 3.7l V6 engine, developing 316 bhp. The unit is mated to a seven speed automatic transmission with Adaptive Shift Control and makes use of an intelligent all-wheel drive.

The engine (360 Nm of torque at 5,200 rpm) has a fuel consumption rating of 25 mpg (11.3l/100 km) and is Euro 5 compliant: its CO2 emissions figure is 265g/km. The powerplant propels the vehicle from naught to sixty in 6.4 seconds and tops at 149 mph (240 km/h).

Both versions come with ASC stability control, speed-sensitive power steering, cruise control, xenon adaptive cornering headlights, "scratch shield" self-repairing paint, LED rear lights and 18 inch alloy wheels.

The GT version adds to that leather upholstery, 10-way power driver’s seat with memory function, 8-way power front passenger seat and electrically adjustable steering column. Below is a list of the options provided by Infiniti and their respective prices.

  • Intelligent Cruise Control (full speed range) and Intelligent Brake Assist, £850
  • Connectiviti+ navigation system and rear view camera, £1700
  • around view monitor, £850 (only with Connectiviti+)
  • Bose premium sound system with 11 speakers, £600
  • metallic paint, £650
  • electric glass sunroof, £700
  • maple wood interior trim, £300
  • polished aluminum roof rails, £250

The Connectiviti+ package is comprised of the following:

  • 30GB hard disk drive satellite navigation
  • 8in touch screen 3D color display
  • 10GB (equivalent to 300 CDs) Music Box
  • DVD playback
  • navi/audio voice command
  • Michelin Guides points of interest and restaurant/hotel information
  • smart route recalculation to avoid jams
  • automatic warning of stationary speed, average speed and red light cameras
  • rear view camera
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