The Infiniti FX was introduced in 2003 as a mid-size luxury sport utility vehicle (SUV), sharing the same platform as the Nissan 350Z, and utilizing a “cool fusion” design style that combined SUV and sports car elements, according to the auto experts at Cars Directory. The 2011 Infiniti FX35 comes with standard features including a power moonroof and an 11-speaker Bose audio system, but there are also a number of package options available.
The Premium Package for the 2011 Infiniti FX35 SUV includes a hard-drive navigation system with eight-inch touch-screen display, lane guidance, voice recognition for audio, navigation and information systems, quilted leather-appointed seats, dual occupant memory system for driver’s seat, outside mirrors and steering wheel and aluminum roof rails. This package is priced at $4,800 for 2010.
Deluxe Touring Package
The Deluxe Touring Package, offered for $2,700 in 2010, includes a 20-by-8-inch, five-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels, a maple interior accent, aluminum pedals and a fitted Tonneau cover for the SUV’s cargo area. The Deluxe Touring Package requires the purchase of a Premium Package.
The Technology Package for the 2011 Infiniti FX35 features Intelligent Cruise Control which automatically maintains a safe distance from the vehicles in front of the SUV, lane departure and lane prevention warning, alerting drivers if the SUV is veering, front pre-crash seat belts, rain-sensing front windshield wipers and an adaptive front lighting system with auto-leveling headlights. The Technology Package is priced at $2,900 for 2010, but requires the purchase of the Deluxe Touring Package.
Appearance Value Package
The 2011 Infiniti FX35 offers an Appearance Value Package, priced at $2,980 in 2010, which includes 18-inch silver painted aluminum alloy wheels and an eight-piece aerodynamic kit with front chin spoiler, side sills, door under moldings and rear under protector. This package is not available with the Technology Package.