Used Infiniti FX35 Ratings

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    2004 Infiniti FX35 - 4x2

    Pros: Technology

    Cons: Blind sides on mirrors could be better

    Advice: Buy this vehicle if you want a sports and luxury feel

    I purchased the Black FX35 with the tour,sports and tech package. I have to travel a pretty good distance and the ride is quiet and superb. Everyone stops me to ask about this Suv. It's sleek and it moves. The gas mileage is average but you get alot of luxury options for your money.

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    2004 Infiniti FX35 - 4x2

    Pros: sports suspension

    Cons: could have better radio

    Advice: get sports package

    i purchased a 2005 fx35 with touring,tech and sports package.I exchanged for 18' tires.I love my fx35,with the sport suspension this car is very tight.And exchanging for 18' tires,it has a nice ride.This car is a race car with some utility,it handles curves with ease,has room enough for passengers and enough space for some storage.I like the etched trim with black interior,seats are comfortable and fit like a glove.I highly reccomend this veichle.

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    2004 Infiniti FX35 - AWD

    Pros: the design, nav system and the handling, transferable warranty

    Cons: rough ride..cabin sound level

    Advice: shop around....visit dealer

    just one badass ride. I had to have one and after two years I found a fx35 fully loaded with 8000 miles for 33500. Liquid copper..never ending collection of features, the nav system, radar cruise control, tire pressure monitor..the car is rough riding however and could/should have been made quieter..amazing sound system, heated seats, gas mileage 18.5 overall..actualy used the rear camera on a couple of occasions...i added the windscreen for the sunroof and it got quieter with sun roof opened. The dealer treats me and the car like a king...will the honeymoon last? who knows..email with your questions or opinion avsci@ix.netcom.com

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    2004 Infiniti FX35 - 4x2

    Pros: Heated seats -- dual temperature control -- 6CD changer in dash

    Cons: Window tint a bit too dark (hard to see at night) -- some annoying blind spots

    Advice: Don't even bother driving any other crossover SUV -- the FX outperforms them all

    WOW! What a punch the 2003 FX35 has! The best way to describe it is a devil on wheels. With an aggressive, yet sleek and stylish design, the FX is bound to turn heads. Unlike most other SUVs we considered, the Infiniti brings the driver into the experience. You really feel like you are part of this car. THe 280HP engine provides a powerful, but smooth acceleration. Handling and braking are phenomenal...we barely even noticed any movement in the cabin. While the controls are a bit awkward and daunting, the overall performance of the sound system and internal features are superb. The Infiniti FX35 is a top quality vehicle well worth the purchase price.

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    2003 Infiniti FX35 - 4x2

    Pros: GREAT PERFORMANCE- HIGH TECH - SMOOTH RIDE - TOTAL LUXURY -

    Cons: SO FAR NOT USED TO ODD SHAPED SIDE VIEW MIRRORS

    Advice: IF YOUR HAULING JUNK THIS AIN'T FOR YOU

    I GIVE THIS ONE 10 STARS, AFFORDABLE LUXURY AND POWER. LOVE THE ART DECO STYLING, HANDLING TERRIFIC, ACCELERATION SUPERB AND A NICE TUNED EXHAUST SOUND. INTRIGUED FROM THE FIRST LOOK AT THE NY AUTO SHOW WHEN INTRODUCED I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE A GOOD EXCUSE TO OFFER ONE TO THE WIFE. INSTEAD SHE CHOSE A PT CRUISER. SO GUESS WHO WON THAT ONE? CHRYSLER IN 2001. 2004 CAME MADE THE OFFER AGAIN. PT TURBO PLATNUM LIMITED THIS TIME AND A NEW CORVETTE FOR MYSELF CAN'T LET HER HAVE ALL THE FUN. VISITING DEALERS FOR MY DAUGHTERS NEW CAR I FOUND A 2003 FX35 WITH 8900 MILES. DROVE IT HOME AND GUESS WHAT?? WIFE CAN KEEP THE PT !! ONE PROBLEM 6 CARS AND 6 CAR DRIVEWAY !

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    2004 Infiniti FX35 - 4x2

    Pros: Response of the rack/pinion steering

    Cons: trying to get out of the back seats

    Advice: If you need a lot of room (if you have two or more kids), it might be a little tight

    I had my eyes on the FX for over a year and finally pulled the trigger. I'm very happy with the purchase. The vehicle drives the way it looks, very sharp! I put in for the sport package to get the 20' rims instead of the standard 18's, they are well worth it but beware of a slightly rougher ride with the tight suspension. There is certainly a lot of power under the hood of the 35, I don't know why anyone would sport all the extra $$$ for the 45 to get a few extra horsepower, but there is a big difference in torque though. Overall, a great ride while on the road and parked in the driveway!

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    2004 Infiniti FX35 - AWD

    Pros: basically everything, especially the seats with the lumbar support.

    Cons: found nothing I did not like, but of course I only had it for a few days.

    Advice: Rent one or see if a dealer will allow you to use the Infiniti for a weekend, then decide if it is for you.

    Altho the Infiniti I drove was a rental car for a weekend, I loved everything about it. At first glance, I thought oh my gosh...I'm not sure I can handle that as I hadn't driven any type of SUV in many yrs. I have to admit I was quite wrong about that assumption. It was a wonderful ride...and I ended up being very comfortable behind the wheel. I have considered buying a PT Cruiser on my next vehicle purchase, but now I do have a rather difficult decision to make.