The crossover is built on a common platform with the Infiniti G and Nissan 350Z. Outside Infiniti EX (at the end of the 2013th model was renamed the QX50) deprived eastern tinsel and as close as possible to the tastes of European buyers. Smooth lines and give the car a sleek swiftness. It is promoted as a long hood and cab rearward displacement.
Packaging and prices Infiniti EX/QX 50 (2014).
|25 AWD Elite||$34,990||2.5 petrol (222 hp)||Automatic (7)||full|
|25 AWD Hi-Tech||$37,100||2.5 petrol (222 hp)||Automatic (7)||full|
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The seats are firm, with good ergonomics and a large supply of electric adjustments. Accessory EX to the premium segment is felt in every detail of finish: even the plastic parts of the structure resemble skin.
The base is an EX 25 with 222-horsepower engine displacement of 2.5 liters. For the transfer of torque corresponds automatic seven-speed with manual shift. Automatic transmission is equipped with Downshift Rev Matching, which aligns with the momentum shifting to a lower gear, as well as adaptive shifts gears up, reducing the acceleration time.