The first generation Infiniti FX was launched in 2003 as a sports utility vehicle. The vehicle was classified as a mid-sized vehicle meant for traveling in style. The FX replaced the QX4 in the lineup of Nissan. The FX came in two versions, each given a different number according to its engine. The FX35 derived its power from a 3.5 Liter V6 gas engine that had 24 valves and was available in rear-wheel drive and
all-wheel drive configurations. It had a gear system with five automatic gears. The FX45 derived its power from a 4.5 liter V8 engine having eight cylinders and 32 valves. The FX was the first automobile to be installed with a system that warned the driver when they were about to change lanes when a traffic hazard exists.
In 2006, the Infiniti FX SUV became available with a new look in the front including a new grille, bumpers and newly designed tires. The FX still comes in two versions, the FX35 and FX45. The FX35 derives its power from 3.5 Liter V6 engine that has 280 horsepower. It is a rear-wheel drive vehicle but can be bought with an all-wheel drive option. It is equipped with leather seats, 18 inch tires, back seats that are split and can be reclined, airbags in the front and side for those sitting in the front seats, anti-lock brakes and TV monitor in the back. The FX45 is powered by a 4.5 Liter V8 engine and a gear system with five automatic gears. The vehicle is equipped with all-wheel drive. It has 20 inch tires, a cell phone that has Bluetooth connectivity, a seat for the driver with memory, headlights that switch on and off automatically and a system that can open all garage doors.
In 2008, the Infiniti FX will come in two new versions, numbered FX37 and FX50. The former will derive its power from a 3.7 liter V6 engine; the latter will derive its power from a 5.0 liter V8 engine.
2011 Infiniti FX35
Delivering 16/23 MPG urban/rural, the 2011 Infiniti FX35 hits the market with invoice pricing ranging between $38,832 and $40,168. The "Bionic Cheetah" now goes by "Supernatural Cheetah" as this stylish, innovative and surprisingly sporty utility vehicle continues to forge its worldwide following. Its basic warranty is in effect for four years or 60,000 miles and you can count on monthly payments right around $800. And as every savvy automobile shopper knows, it's important to remember to factor in variables such as fuel, quality automobile insurance , maintenance and other owner considerations.
Infiniti FX35 2011 Video.
The FX35 from Infiniti for 2011 is available in AWD and front wheel drive configurations. It's powered by a 3.5L 303-horsepower V6 and a 7-speed electronic automatic gearbox with rev-matching on the downshift and an authentic-feeling manual shifting mode. The FX35 is a large crossover that handles in a responsive, sporty manner. It has been designed specifically for stylish performance; staying away from the typical boxlike appearance so common in many SUVs. more
2010 Infiniti FX35
With standard features including USB connectivity and Bluetooth hands-free communications, the 2010 Infiniti FX35 is loaded with luxury. Moving into the new decade, the "Bionic Cheetah" becomes the "Supernatural Cheetah".
2009 Infiniti FX35
The 2009 Infiniti FX35 has received a boost of power for this model year. With a unique exterior design that takes cues from vintage hot rods, the FX35 certainly out-styles the Lexus RX 350 and other crossovers on the market.
2008 Infiniti FX35
Infiniti is the brand of luxury vehicle that is projected to hold its value better than any other. The 2008 Infiniti FX35 is available in two separate trim packages: the FX35 and the FX35 AWD (All Wheel Drive).
2007 Infiniti FX
The 2007 Infiniti FX line of sports utility vehicles offers eye-catching power over three models: the FX35 ($37,800), the FX35 AWD ($39,300), and the FX45 AWD ($49,850).