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INFINITI JX   2012 2014
2012 2014

With Infiniti already offering a three-row SUV in its range, the QX, there was still a gap in the lineup.
Most premium carmakers were enjoying a great success with their luxurious crossovers, thus Infiniti released the JX.

Based on the same platform used to build the Nissan Murano, the JX was longer and wider.

As already mentioned, it offered seating for 7 and tilt-and-slide second-row seats, offering great legroom, as well as easy access to the third row.

The Infiniti JX was available in a single version, the JX35. Customers looking for additional equipment could choose between 4 different packages with lots of features included.

Adding additional packages was costly, however, the base version was well loaded with 18-inch alloys, automatic bi-xenon headlights, LED taillights, fog lights, heated exterior mirrors, keyless entry, keyless go, a power sunroof and a power liftgate, as well as numerous interior equipments such as leather upholstery, heated front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, a rearview camera, a central display screen and a 6-speaker audio system.

The additional packages were the Premium, Theater, Deluxe Touring and Technology package. However, it wasn’t that easy to select just one of them, as the Deluxe Touring required the Theater and the Technology the Deluxe Touring.

The JX ran on a 3.5-liter V6 engine that developed 265 hp. Mated with the CVT as the single transmission option, the JX was a little underpowered compared to the sportier crossovers available on the market.

Available with both a front-wheel-drive or an optional all-wheel-drive system, the JX managed to achieve an almost equal fuel consumption.

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