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By Cars.com Staff
August 6, 2010
The EX35 is Infiniti's luxury midsize crossover. The EX35 competes with the Acura RDX, Land Rover LR2 and BMW X3 and comes with rear- or all-wheel drive.
New for 2011 A seven-speed automatic replaces a five-speed as the lone transmission offered in the EX35, and Infiniti's blind spot warning system has been added to the Technology Package. The standard wheel size is now 18 inches instead of 17, and all models come with standard dual-zone automatic climate control.
Exterior The EX35 fits right alongside its Infiniti stablemates: L-shaped headlights, a twin-port lower air dam and a curvy, windswept profile are all part of the mix. The horizontal taillights don't seem as chiseled as the ones on Infiniti's larger FX crossover. Exterior features include:
Standard 18-inch wheels
Available 19-inch wheels
Dual chrome exhaust
Heated side mirrors
Optional bi-xenon headlights
Optional directionally adaptive headlamps
Interior Five people can fit inside the EX. It features a standard tilt/telescoping steering wheel and a standard 60/40-split rear seat. Interior features include:
Leather upholstery with genuine wood trim
Standard automatic dual-zone climate control
Heated, powered front seats
Optional voice-activated navigation system
Optional 11-speaker Bose audio system
Under the Hood Rear-wheel drive comes standard, and all-wheel drive is optional. The EX35's car-based chassis has a four-wheel independent suspension with extensive aluminum components. Mechanical features include:
297-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 with 253 pounds-feet of torque
New seven-speed automatic transmission
Rear- or all-wheel drive
Safety The available Around View Monitor uses four cameras to give the driver a top-down view of the EX35 to reduce blind spots when parking. The newly available blind spot warning system signals when other vehicles are close by. Safety features include:
Side-impact and side curtain airbags
Active head restraints
Electronic stability system
Optional lane departure warning system
Optional adaptive cruise control
Optional forward collision mitigation and intelligent brake assist
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