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2003 Infiniti FX35

2003 Infiniti FX35 Review

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In creating the recipe for the wild-eyed FX45, Infiniti's engineers didn't restrict themselves to the usual-and nearly undetectable-pinch of sport in their utility vehicle. No, they dumped in a whole jar of the stuff. And for the most part, we're thrilled with the results: blazingly quick acceleration, seriously effective vented disc brakes, eager cornering response. But the foamy-mouthed pursuit of sport created a vehicle with one major drawback: a tiring, stiff-legged ride. Blame the FX45's standard sport-tuned struts and dampers, twenty-inch wheels, and 50-series tires. But behind the glory-grabbing FX45 lies the slightly less extreme FX35, whose more balanced ingredients yield a tastier dish. The FX35 rides on somewhat less stylish-but hardly puny-eighteen-inch wheels and more forgiving 60-series rubber. Its strut/multi-link suspension is a bit less stiff. And as a result, its ride is far better.

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