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2013 Infiniti Jx35 Review
New this year, the 2013 Infiniti JX35 finally gives Nissan's luxury arm an entry into the high-zoot three-row-crossover segment dominated by the Acura MDX and, to a lesser extent, the Audi Q7. The company is counting on the JX to become its best seller behind the perennial G sedan. Infiniti Americas vice president Ben Poore says the company is putting marketing dollars behind it, making the JX its most promoted vehicle ever. 

More than just advertising, Infiniti is using the JX launch to pull out all the stops in its attempt to become a top-tier luxury brand. To that end, the JX (along with the rest of the brand's lineup) gets the Infiniti Personal Assistant concierge service standard for four years. The tagline promises Anything, anytime, anywhere, though a quick call to the service confirmed that the line is drawn at hookers and blow.Subtle luxury touches come through on the outside, and the JX looks smaller than its interior dimensions suggest. Designers used the brand's double-arch grille and wave-design hood, but relatively modest headlights and taillights combine with a rear-sloping roofline to visually shrink the big crossover. Add in the unique crescent-fresh D-pillar and big wheels, and the overall look is attractive for a three-row ute. 

In a nutshell, the JX35 drives like a big crossover. Nissan/Infiniti's VQ V6 is always a welcome engine to have under the hood, and with 265 hp and 248 lb-ft of torque in this application, it moves the JX around without drama.Generally unwelcome is a continuously variable transmission, which the JX also has, though this unit is actually satisfying in about 80 percent of driving situations. Only when the driver mats the pedal for passing or hard acceleration does the CVT go into that slipping-clutch-at-redline mode we so detest. Brake feel is excellent as is handling, considering what the JX is. The overall experience is confidently forgettableexactly what most luxury crossover buyers are seeking.


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