The Japanese based automaker Infiniti has just released pricing and details on its first seven-seat crossover at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, the 2013 model year JX, which will start at 41.300 USD when it will arrive in showrooms next spring.
The 2013 Infiniti JX has the same roots as the Tennessee made Nissan Murano and it will share its assembly line, but its looks will remain unique, and its wood, silky texture and chrome inserts on the inside are giving it an exclusive look. The Nissan luxury brand says that the 2013 JX is powered by a 3.5 liter V6 engine which is developing a total output of 265 horsepower and the model has a continuously variable transmission (CVT), like the one found in the Murano, which is also paired with electronic controls to modulate performance in four modes: normal, eco, sport and snow.
Infiniti says that the 2013 JX comes with independent suspension and an all-wheel drive is an option, while the vehicle is sitting on 18 inch alloy wheels, with 20 inch being available as an option. The new JX also comes with the Infiniti Connection technology, Bose surround system, Bluetooth, USB port, satellite radio, LED taillights, power tailgate, power moonroof, panoramic glass roof, leather upholstery, powered and heated front seats, three zone climate control, navigation, ventilated front seats, remote start, air purifier, heated second-row outboard seats, heated steering wheel and rear seat DVD entertainment system.