2010 Infiniti EX35 pricing announced

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

Pricing for the 2010 EX35 has been newly released by Nissan's luxury division Infiniti. On sale now at U.S. dealerships, the car is announced to have an MSRP (excluding tax, title and license fees) for the base EX35 RWD and AWD of $33,800 and $36,000 respectively. The better equipped EX35 Journey RWD and AWD are priced $35,200 and $37,400, respectively. 

The latest model doesn't have any cosmetic or mechanical upgrades to speak of.

In fact, it has retained its 297HP 3.5-liter V6 engine paired to a five-speed automatic transmission and an available all-wheel drive system.

What Infiniti did was enhance the 2010 model year's standard equipment and revise the optional packages. In particular, the base EX35 is now offered with heated outside mirrors and auto on/off headlights, while the EX35 AWD also gains heated front seats.

The EX35 Journey models get a standard Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System and its audio systems have been enhanced with a USB Connection Port for iPod and a 2GB Music Box hard drive to the Bose Premium Audio system - only on vehicles without Infiniti's nav system.

With regards to the option packages, there are the new Bose and Around View Monitor pack, which consists of an Advanced Climate Control System (ACCS) with the so-called "Plasmacluster air purification" as well as the Navigation Package, which now has Bluetooth Streaming Audio, XM NavWeather's and Zagat Restaurant Guide.

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