The 2013 Infiniti FX37 is a luxurious crossover meant to compete with the likes of the BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz M-class. We were surprised with this car all around. It looked great and drove even better. Here is our main man Bucky’s words on the 2013 Infiniti FX37.
Price: Tested Model Price $55,800
Engine: 3.7-liter V6
Torque: 267 lb-ft
How did you feel about the exterior of the car?
-Overall, I was pleased about the outside of this car. It had very fluid lines all around. The only thing I found unattractive about this car, was the fact that it looked like a squished SUV.
How did you feel about the interior of the car?
-Geez, what a comfortable interior. Every time we get an Infiniti, I know I am in for a great cabin. While the buttons on the wheel were a bit much, the functionality of the interior was great. The seats formed to me thanks to the adjustable seats and comfortable padding. I felt like I could drive for hours and feel like I was on my recliner at home.
What was your favorite part about driving the car?
-The giddy-up in this car was there. I wasn’t expecting a great amount of pickup with the heavy weight of this car and the lower power output, but when I stepped on it, it went. And of course, the ride was as smooth as ever. The body-roll was noticeable around corners, as is expected with most crossovers, but some just tend to mask it than others.
Did it have enough power?
-The power was there from the get-go, however I felt like it would top-out after a little while. While I liked its performance, I could definitely see them adding more power, thus making a much better car.
What was your least favorite aspect of the car?
-I wasn’t too pleased with its exterior. Like I said, it seemed squished. And the fascia looked to be a forgotten entity on the car when they were designing it.
How much would you price this car at?
If you have the money and were looking for a car in this class, would you buy it? If not, which car would you buy?
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