Good job JX
According to PR Newswire, sales for the 2013 Infiniti JX were 2,079 vehicles for the month of April which contributed to a 20% increase of Infiniti’s crossover and SUV sales for the year. Infiniti is reporting more car buyers to their showrooms nationwide since the JX was introduced mid-March. Infiniti hopes that this new luxury crossover will be one of their top selling models.
Infiniti launched its new luxury JX35 in mid March which was anxiously anticipated by many SUV owners. Since Infiniti discontinued it’s QX4 SUV in 2003, SUV owners have been asking for a similar version. The new sleek and classy looking JX35 is receiving customer approval and sales are promising.
The Infiniti JX is available in Front Wheel Drive or All Wheel Drive. The new JX has a 3.5 liter V6 engine with 265 horsepower. It has abundant legroom with sliding and tilting seats, three rows of passenger seats that can hold up to 7 passengers comfortably, and the second and third row seating can fold down flat for extra cargo space. Musical enjoyment from the exceptional sound of a Bose audio system doesn’t get any better. Of course, Infiniti’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system is also included with the all-wheel drive version of the JX.
Concerned with safety, Infiniti has a reputation of increasing driver awareness and the new JX introduces Infiniti’s Back-up Collision Intervention (BCI) system. This new advanced technology alerts the driver with warning indicators of approaching vehicles or objects while driving in reverse. Beeps, flashing lights, and red flags on the display system will warn the driver that something is approaching in one of the vehicle’s four cameras. The BCI will automatically engage the brakes to avoid a collision if the driver fails to do so.
The JX also has a state-of-the-art automatic transmission. Rather than the usual five or six speed transmission, the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) system can automatically adjust the torque from the engine to the wheels in a seamless shifting of gears. A smooth ride is what the JX aims for and this feature does just that.
Infiniti likes to create vehicles that have a personal connection with the driver. Through a computer chip, their vehicles ‘learn’ the driver’s style and can accommodate the driver well. The new JX is no different and has more of the advanced technology features that makes driving this vehicle fun and exciting.
Other available features include two 7-inch video screens for rear seat passengers, heated steering wheel, two moonroofs, remote engine start, heated second row seating, and streaming audio via Bluetooth wireless technology. There are more options available depending on which package you choose.
Reference: PR Newswire