2013 & 2014 Infiniti SUV Reviews & Ratings

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Infiniti SUV Review

Infiniti may not be as established as other names in the automotive industry, but they have more than earned the coveted reputation they do have now. This manufacturer designs sport utility vehicles with graceful yet rugged lines, luxurious interiors and strong engines; three important things consumers look for in SUVs. For 2013, Infiniti competed in a few different segments with their EX, FX, JX and QX vehicles.

Seating for up to five is provided by the EX. This versatile hatchback ... (full review continues below)

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Infiniti SUVs

Infiniti EX SUV Crossover

Infiniti EX SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
$36,900
Fuel Economy
17 City / 25 Highway
Engine
3.7L V6
Seats
5
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Rating: 2.8/5
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Infiniti FX SUV Crossover

Infiniti FX SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
$44,950
Fuel Economy
17 City / 24 Highway
Engine
3.7L V6
Seats
5
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Rating: 2.6/5
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Infiniti JX SUV Crossover

Infiniti JX SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
$40,450
Fuel Economy
18 City / 24 Highway
Engine
3.5L V6
Seats
7
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Rating: 2.9/5
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Infiniti QX SUV

Infiniti QX SUV
Year
2013
MSRP
$60,750
Fuel Economy
14 City / 20 Highway
Engine
5.6L V8
Seats
7
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Infiniti SUV Reviews

Infiniti may not be as established as other names in the automotive industry, but they have more than earned the coveted reputation they do have now. This manufacturer designs sport utility vehicles with graceful yet rugged lines, luxurious interiors and strong engines; three important things consumers look for in SUVs. For 2013, Infiniti competed in a few different segments with their EX, FX, JX and QX vehicles.

Seating for up to five is provided by the EX. This versatile hatchback competes in the ever-growing compact luxury crossover segment alongside BMW X3, Volvo XC60, Audi Q5 and Mercedes-Benz GLK.

A 295 horsepower 3.5-liter V6 pairs with a seven-speed automatic transmission and either a rear or all-wheel drive powertrain. The top-of-the-line EX35 Journey AWD is more than worth the extra money spent for its luxurious amenities. Plus, you can add on the Premium, Deluxe Touring or Technology Package, for those thoughtful extras that you never think you need, but can’t imagine living without once you have them.

The sporty appearance of the 2013 Infiniti FX is sure to make a lot of hearts beat a little faster. It may not be the most practical cargo or people-hauler, but it sure is a vision on the road, and a ton of fun to drive! FX37 and FX37 Limited Edition both get a 3.7-liter V6 engine, but if you have a need for speed, the FX50 will satisfy your desire for a little rumble under the hood, with its 5.0-liter V8 that can accelerate zero to 60 mph in only 5.5 seconds.

FX competes against Porsche Cayenne and BMW X6, but once you slip into its cabin, with brushed metal accents, supple leather, cool ambient lighting and real wood trim, you will forget all about those other vehicles.

Next in the lineup of 2013 Infiniti SUVs is the JX, found in the same segment as Acura MDX and Lincoln MXT. This is a new vehicle for this model year and definitely welcome, considering seven-passenger vehicles are in high demand.

Standard on the JX, you get 18-inch wheels, sunroof, rearview camera, leather upholstery and a lot of other power features you would expect at a MSRP of $41,150. There is also plenty of room for customization with the Premium, Theater, Driver Assistance and Technology Packages. All-wheel drive is optional on this SUV, powered by a 265 horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine.

Last by certainly not least is the 2013 Infiniti QX. A 5.6-liter V8 engine delivers 400 horsepower in this eight passenger vehicle. QX56 starts at $60,000, but for $63,000, you can get the four-wheel drive model, which tends to be the preferred pick in this vehicle. Despite its large size, Hydraulic Body Motion Control provides sedan-like handling and a reduction in body roll.

The Theater Package on the QX gives you heated second row seats and dual seven-inch color monitors with wireless remotes for a rear entertainment system. The Tire and Wheel Package adds on handsome 22-inch 9-spoke alloy wheels while the Technology Package gives you blind spot warning, intelligent brake assist, lane departure warning and distance control assist.