Infiniti JX Luxury Crossover Production Begins

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Infiniti’s JX 7-seat crossover, the model that they hope will revitalize the brand in North America, has rolled off the line at their Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant. This is supposedly the first luxury vehicle to be produced in Tennessee, and it will go on sale across the US in March. These are actual picture of the first production model as it shows its sharp people-mover looks.
“We are extremely proud and honored to be building this world-class vehicle right here in Middle Tennessee. We expect the inspired design and quality craftsmanship built into every new Infiniti model that rolls off the Smyrna production lines will deliver inspired performance that is second to none,” said Vice President Manufacturing Smyrna – Decherd Susan Brennan.

The JX35 is the only engine option right now, and features a 265-horspower 3.5-liter DOHC V6 engines are assembled in nearby Decherd, Tennessee. The FWD version starts at $40,450, while the AWD model costs $41,550.

Infinitis built in the US aren’t exactly known for their reliability, and the old QX 56 was especially bad, so let’s hope they got it right with the JX.
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