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Fluid body and distinctive features make the Infiniti JX one of the hottest vehicles in the segment. The luxury of this crossover proves that Infiniti refuses to offer anything less than perfection. The Infiniti JX was created to embody the innovation and modern elegance. Providing a spacious accommodation for 7 passengers and featuring state-of-the-art technologies, the Infiniti JX is a crossover that rewards every second that you spend in it. The proper accessories will surely help you feel a deeper connection to your Infiniti JX. From blistering style to advanced protection, IMCarExperts.com presents a full line of the best Infiniti JX Accessories and Parts to choose from. That’s because we work side by side with every major manufacturer in the game to ensure the kind of quality and selection that makes a difference. Infiniti JX accessories and parts are available in everything from spoilers and floor mats to wheels and grille guards. You decide the effect you’re going for and we’ll supply the rest. When you need Infiniti JX accessories, IMCarExperts.com has you covered.

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Based on the Infiniti Essence supercar concept, the Infiniti JX , a seven-passenger premium crossover, debuted at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Unlike the rest of the models on the Infiniti’s roster, the JX is built on the Nissan’s front-drive-based D Platform, which also underpins the Nissan Maxima and Murano. Though Infiniti already has a three-row luxury SUV, the QX, the company decided that they need something less bulky and expensive, and here entered the JX, which slots right between the QX and the FX in the Infiniti’s crossover lineup. Rivals to the Infiniti JX in the three-row luxury crossover segment are the Audi Q7, Lincoln MKT, and Buick Enclave.

The Infiniti JX is powered by a 3.5-liter 24-valve V6 engine, which features aluminum-alloy block and heads, as well as a compact crankshaft to ensure a quick response. The engine is capable of 265 hp at 6,400 rpm and 248 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 rpm. The JX is offered with the choice of either FWD or Intelligent AWD layout. By constant analysis of the wheelspin, vehicle speed, and throttle position, the Intelligent AWD system automatically diverts up to 50% of the available power to the rear wheels, enhancing control and traction in poor conditions. And when the AWD is not required, all the power is channeled to the front wheels only. The engine of the Infiniti JX is mated to the electronically controlled Continuously Variable Transmission. The Drive Mode Selector controls transmission mapping and throttle responses, while also allows the driver to choose from Standard, Sport, Snow, and Eco driving modes. EPA estimated fuel efficiency of the JX at 17 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. For the driver and occupants to feel safe, the crossover is equipped with a bunch of advanced systems and Infiniti JX parts, such as the Infiniti Advanced Air Bag System, Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection, Blind Spot Intervention system, Traction and Stability Control Systems, and a new Back-up Collision Intervention system.

Featuring aerodynamic shape, the JX not only offers sleek and sophisticated look but also improves the fuel economy. Such Infiniti JX accessories as the front underbody spoiler, integrated rear spoiler and rear tire deflectors contribute to the zero front and rear lift and enhance the road handling. The most prominent exterior accessory is a set of the bi-functional xenon headlamps with Smart Beam technology, which adjusts the high beams for maximized visibility. All the 7 passengers will definitely enjoy an inspiring view of the sky from two panoramic moonroofs. Other standard Infiniti JX parts and accessories are double wave hood, double-arch front grille, crescent-cut D-pillar, and 18-inch split 5-spoke aluminum-alloy rims. The interior of the JX is as luxurious as the exterior. It offers class-leading space and features sliding and tilting second-row seats for easy access to the third row. The crossover offers three climate zones, thus the driver, front passenger, and all the rear passengers may take advantage of their own set of controls. The second-row passengers can experience their own personal entertainment with the dual 7” screens, while the front-seat passengers can enjoy music with a new level of clarity provided by Bose Waveguide technology. The list of standard Infiniti JX parts and features includes heated front seats with power adjustability, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, auxiliary input jacks, 2-Volt power outlet, XM Satellite Radio, and USB connection port for iPod and other compatible devices.

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2013 Infiniti JX35 Review

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27.03.2012 - AutoGuide.com

“We have ticked every box possible with this car,” he says. “There is no reason anyone should go anywhere but JX at this point.” That's a lot of confidence, even at a PR-spin press intro, but Infiniti has good reason to be optimistic, especially with...