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Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Infiniti FX37

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The 2013 Infiniti FX37 is a sport-utility vehicle that puts heavy emphasis on the “sport,” but seems to have less use for the “utility.” Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley says the FX37’s sports-car platform translates to precise handling and ample passing power, assisted by a 7% horsepower boost this year. Hanley says the FX’s “swoopy” exterior styling keeps it looking fresh, and although its shape provides surprisingly generous passenger room, it does come at the expense of rear visibility. Follow the link below to see what else Hanley has to say.

2013 Infiniti FX37 Review

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