2014 Infiniti FX

July 26th, 2013 | Comments Closed | Infiniti

2014 Infiniti FX – A crossover vehicle, like a car manufacturer says so aptly, is “rolling incarnation commitment”, as buyers tend to sacrifice in the name of the do-it-all practicality, style and performance. A possible exception to this rule is the Infiniti FX, 2014, which continues the tradition of mixing brand of above-average performance with a unique take on style and luxury. This does not mean that it is no obligation to purchase a 2014 Infiniti FX inherent, as compensation for their driving style Coupe is modest cargo space-optimal dynamic and entertaining space and back seat. Anyone from a Nissan 370Z is much easier to justify intensified, for example, a Chrysler Town & Country minivan.

2014 Infiniti FX also polarized, but give credit Infiniti to come to your own address. We want muscular front fenders and roof line fell, although some of the outdoor decorations seem a little too done for us. Inside, we are also fans of Infiniti luxury modern twist, the acres of striking chrome and wood trim fails exaggerated.

Under the hood, buyers get a choice of a V-6 or V-8 engines, and the growth of the V-6 3.5 liters to 3.7 liters (in the current 2014 Infiniti FX) is the only major New for 2013 . Opt for this engine and get an output of 328 horsepower, which is good enough for the luxury crossover from 0-60 mph in less than 6.5 seconds thanks to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is standard, while a performance-oriented AWD system is an option on V-6 models (but standard on the V-8). Fuel is not the strongest of 2014 Infiniti FX, rear-wheel drive V-6 returned 20 mpg combined and all-wheel drive V-6 delivers 18 mpg combined.

If you are more interested in the power of the fuel, the option for the 5.0-liter V-8 you get 390 horsepower delivered by the seven-speed gearbox the same as used in the model V-6, but only to all four wheels sent. The acceleration is impressive, with a period of 0-60 in 5.5 seconds, but the obvious choice, the fuel consumption is reduced. The EPA rates the 2014 Infiniti FX50 only 16 mpg combined. Regardless of engine choice, you may be surprised FX-management skills. You can store up crossing facilities, but drives suspiciously like a sports sedan, and we are especially proud of the 2014 Infiniti FX steering feel. His ride feels too harsh for those who are accustomed to luxury transportation, but that’s the price to pay for better handling.

As a commercial airliner, the 2014 Infiniti FX reserves its class section for those advance. Few complain about front seat head-and legroom, which is more than enough, but the same can not be said of the rear seats. Does not mean with FX lines, function trumps form, which means that the headroom in the rear is on par with others in the class. The same applies to the ability of the FX, which is affected by the sloping roof and high load cargo floor.

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Although the standard equipment list is long, both for 2014 and 2014 Infiniti FX37 Infiniti FX50, as is the list of optional accessories. Navigation is standard on 2014 Infiniti FX 50 models, but part of the premium package in 2014 Infiniti FX 37 models. Eighteen inch wheels are standard but 20 inch wheels with Deluxe Touring Package, which requires also included the purchase of the Premium Package. If you want the ultimate security, you have to, step up to the technology package that things like adaptive cruise control system lane departure.

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