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I'm pleased with the Infiniti JX pricing,, starting at $41 400 for a luxury crossover like this seems well worth it and $900 more to upgrade from the FWD JX to the AWD JX just makes even more sense.

Here's an article talking about the JX pricing that Infiniti released recently.

Infiniti's new seven-passenger JX35 crossover will start at $41,400 when it reaches showrooms next spring as a 2013 model.

The three-row JX35 will come in two versions, a front-wheel-drive model starting at $41,400, including $950 in destination charges, and an all-wheel-drive version that starts at $42,500. Both models will come with a 265-hp, 3.5-liter V6 engine and continuously variable transmission, the company said on Wednesday at the Los Angeles auto show.

Infiniti expects the JX to become one of its larger volume products, competing against models such as the Acura MDX and the Lexus RX. It will be manufactured at Nissan North America's plant in Smyrna, Tenn.

Acura's popular MDX, also a seven-passenger crossover, is priced starting at $43,815, including destination charges. But the MDX comes standard as an all-wheel-drive model. The Lexus RX starts at $39,950 as a front-wheel-drive model, including destination.

Infiniti hopes to make it onto shopping lists with advanced technology options and what it claims to be segment-leading passenger and cargo space.

A $2,200 technology option package will feature the automaker's Around View Monitor, which gives drivers a 360-degree bird's-eye view of the vehicle during parking. It will also introduce a technology Infiniti calls Backup Collision Intervention. The system will automatically engage the vehicle's brakes while backing up if sensors detect an object in its path.

Infiniti revealed the crossover to an exclusive audience at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in August. But Wednesday was its world debut at an auto show.

In revealing pricing in Los Angeles, company executives said that retailers are now taking advance orders for the model.
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