2012 Infiniti FX absolutely show the great crossover performance in the luxury midsize SUV. Discover new exterior color which add the widely appearance option on the street. The buyers are faced with many choices regarding the high-technology features attractively. Unfortunately, you get the limited visibility from the rear seat. In addition the back seat too tight for some passengers. Come with three trims offered: from the base FX35, FX35 AWD, and for the top level is FX50 AWD. Check our short review here about 2012 Infiniti FX with its redesigned that refers to the 2011 Infiniti FX, includes specifications, features, and prices.
Under the hood of all 2012 Infiniti FX35 model, there is 3.5-liter 24-valve V6 engine that generates 303-horsepower @ 6,800 rpm & 262 lb-ft of torque @ 4,800 rpm. While for FX50 Intelligent-AWD model powered by 5.0-liter 32-valve V8 engine that produces 390-hp @ 6,500 rpm & 369 lb-ft of torque @ 4,400 rpm. The transmission use electronically controlled seven-speed automatic with Adaptive Shift Control (ASC). For the manual shift mode offers sequentially selectable manual gearshifts & Downshift Rev Matching (DRM). Also has snow mode controls throttle response on every trim.
Explore the sporty handling balance when you ride the 2012 Infiniti FX. Here are the highlight specifications: vehicle-speed-sensitive power steering, front suspension (Independent, double-wishbone suspension, shock absorbers, stabilizer bar), rear suspension (Independent, multi-link suspension, shock absorbers, stabilizer bar), available Continuous Damping Control (CDCÂ®) with Auto and Sport modes & Rear Active Steer through Sport Package, front/rear brakes FX35 (12.6 x 1.3-inch ventilated discs/12.1 x 0.6-inch ventilated discs; 4-wheel, 4-channel ABS), front/rear brakes FX50 (Aluminum 4-piston opposed front calipers with 14.0 x 1.3-inch ventilated discs/2-piston opposed rear calipers with 13.8 x 0.8-inch ventilated discs; 4-wheel, 4-channel ABS), FX35 wheels (18 x 8.0-inch, split 5-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels with 265/60R18 V-rated all-season tires), FX50 wheels (20 x 8.0-inch, 5-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels with 265/50R20 V-rated all-season tires or 21 x 9.5-inch, 6-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels with 265/45R21 V-rated all-season tires), and more.
For the exterior show the standard highlight features from: automatic-on/off High Intensity Discharge (HID) bi-functional xenon headlights, integrated front fog lights, power sliding tinted glass moonroof (with one-touch auto-open/close, tilt feature & sliding sunshade), aluminum roof rails (FX50), integrated rear spoiler, power folding (heated outside mirrors with courtesy lights), outside mirrors with reverse tilt-down feature (FX50), speed-sensitive flat-blade front windshield wipers, dual exhaust with polished finishers, and other.
While for the interior display the highlight standard features, such as: Infiniti Intelligent Key with Illuminated Push Button Ignition, Advanced Climate Control System (with auto recirculation, Plasmaclusterâ„¢ air purifier & Grape Polyphenol Filter) in FX50 trim, quilted leather-appointed seating (FX50), BoseÂ® 11-speaker Premium Audio System (AM/FM/CD with MP3 playback capability, Radio Data System (RDS) and speed-sensitive volume control), BluetoothÂ® Hands-free Phone System, USB connection port (for iPodÂ® interface & other compatible devices, RearView Monitor, climate-controlled front seats (FX50), Around ViewÂ® Monitor with Front & Rear Sonar System, UV-reducing solar glass, cruise control with steering wheel-mounted switches, and still more high-tech features inside this vehicle.
With its premium features and performance, Infiniti FX 2012 shows the advantages among luxury midsize SUV class. Some of the rivals are Porsche Cayenne, BMW X6, Lexus RX 350, and more. MSRP for American segment market has the starting prices at $43,450 for FX35, $44,900 for FX35 AWD, and $59,350 for 2012 Infiniti FX50 AWD as the upper trim.