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2008 Infiniti FX35 review and picture


The 2008 Infiniti FX35 looks good, although that may be all it’s really useful for. It does have its positive aspects, but on an everyday basis, the FX35 simply does not work. Regardless of that, it is well designed on the exterior and has a sharp, elongated look that set it apart from the designs of other SUVs like it. Even if it’s not the best option, it’s still attractive, with its nimble handling, off road abilities, all wheel drive, and all around prettiness.

This sports utility vehicle has the handling of a sports sedan, taking a further step in the move of SUVs towards being more and more like cars. Acting like cars isn’t necessarily a bad thing, though, and in this case it definitely isn’t. It performs well, and has very few mistakes in this area, challenging other leaders in its class to match its power. It is designed with an individual appeal that is not normal among its kind of car, and it is comfortable besides, with car seats that you could fall asleep in and wake up with a neck that isn’t killing you.

Even though it handles so well, that does little to take away the fact that it drives sort of stiffly, which makes it hard to really relax in this vehicle and just enjoy a ride that would otherwise be pleasant. For people on the shorter end of the range, it may be a little hard to see and has bad visibility. Not only does it not offer even the option to add a third row seat in the back, but even after folding seats down there just isn’t enough storage room that hardcore SUV drivers might need or demand.


Fashun Guadarrama.

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