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Pathfinder, Infiniti JX help Nissan to avoid sales declining in January

Due to sales gains from the newly launched Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti JX crossovers, these two brands were able to avoid declining to below prior year volumes in January 2013. The company said that the Nissan Division experienced a 2% boost for January, with sales of 73,793 cars and trucks, making it 1,276 units higher than the sales in January 2012.

With this record, the Nissan Division sets an all-time January record, with the redesigned Pathfinder having a major contribution. Of the Nissan Division’s monthly volume, 6,281 units were of this model. It is 4,200 units higher than the previous year. Infiniti sales increased by 5% to 7,126 vehicles compared to the previous year. Of this figure, 1,970 units sold were of the JX crossover, which had its launch last March.

Al Castignetti, Nissan Division vice president for sales and marketing, said that Nissan had a “real nice start to 2013.” However, he said that in comparison to rivals, he would have wanted it to be a bit higher. The Pathfinder is one of a group of redesigned products that Nissan is changing over, which include the Altima and Sentra. Sentra sales increased by 27% as the redesigned model started to enter the dealership’s inventories.

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2013 Infiniti JX production kicks off In Tennessee

A special ceremony recently took place at Nissan’s Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant to celebrate the start of production of the Infiniti JX luxury crossover in Emerald Green in Tennessee – the first luxury vehicle built in Tennessee. Infiniti retailers throughout the U.S. will begin to sell the all-new, 7-passenger 2013 Infiniti JX in March.

This vehicle is the latest model added to the Infiniti Inspired Performance lineup. Making an appearance at the ceremony were Smyrna technicians, Nissan Americas Vice Chairman Bill Krueger, Vice President Manufacturing Smyrna – Decherd Susan Brennan, Infiniti Americas Vice President Ben Poore and U.S. Representative Scott DesJarlais of the 4th Congressional District of Tennessee.

Brennan said that the company is very pleased that this “world-class vehicle” is being built in Middle Tennessee. He added that each Infiniti vehicle that’s built at the Smyrna production lines is the result of “inspired design and quality craftsmanship.” The 265hp 3.5-liter DOHC V6 engines are built nearby at Decherd, Tennessee.

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2013 Infiniti JX shows what it is made of at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show

Infiniti has developed technology for the JX that helps the driver to detect crossing vehicles and objects behind the JX when the transmission is in reverse. It is dubbed the Backup Collision Intervention system, which is the newest among the numerous advanced safety and security systems that Infiniti has brought to the market in the last few years.

Retailers will begin to sell the Infiniti JX nationwide this spring. If a collision is probable, this system could instantly activate the brakes. The Infiniti JX is an exciting addition to the luxury crossover segment as it is intended to excel when it comes to safety, interior flexibility and spaciousness, and advanced hospitality features.

These are the factors that a majority of luxury crossover buyers consider the most. The JX has three rows and comes with all the premium features, performance and innovations that Infiniti has built its reputation on.

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2013 Infiniti JX promises to change the 7-passenger SUV definition

2013 Infiniti JX made its debut today at the 2011 LA Auto Show and as expected, the production version of the car is almost identical to the concept version shown back in August at Pebble Beach. According to Infiniti, the 2013 JX starts with the idea that 7-passenger seating should actually and easily welcome all seven passengers.

Some of the features of the Infiniti JX are the standard automatic on/off High Intensity Discharge (HID) bi-functional xenon headlights with manual levelizers, fog lights as well as flat blade variable intermittent front windshield wipers, available rain-sensing front windshield wipers, rear window intermittent wiper and defroster with timer, power folding heated outside mirrors with available reverse tilt-down feature, front door handle courtesy lights, and UV-reducing solar glass and rear privacy glass. Moreover, the car offers a power sliding tinted glass moonroof with one-touch open/close and power rear sunshade.

The 2013 Infiniti JX will be available in the following colors: Emerald Graphite, Glacial Mist and Diamond Slate, along with Liquid Platinum, Black Obsidian, Midnight Garnet and Moonlight White (colors that are available on other Infiniti models). Under the hood we find a standard 3.5-liter DOHC V6 delivering 265 horsepower @ 6,400 rpm and 248 lb-ft of torque @ 4,400 rpm, and mated to a sport-tuned Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). Fuel economy is expected to be rated at 23 mpg Highway, 17 mpg City and a real-world 19 mpg Combined.

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After lots of teasers, Infiniti unveiled today the JX Concept at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. As expected, the concept previews the new 7-passenger/3-row luxury crossover that will make its debut this fall at the 2011 LA Auto Show and promises to offer interior flexibility and roominess, safety, and innovative hospitality features.

Set to make its debut in the Infiniti lineup in Spring 2012 as a 2013 model, the car will offer class-leading roominess, along with a 2nd row seat design that tilts and slides forward providing exceptionally easy 3rd row access.

Moreover, the JX will offer, besides the Blind Spot Intervention, the Backup Collision Intervention. This feature will enable the driver to driver detect crossing objects behind the vehicle.

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Infiniti really likes to tease consumers about the upcoming 2013 JX crossover. Last April, a sketch was released. A teaser photo appeared earlier this month. And now, shadowy images of the model have been leaked.

Infiniti’s “Power of 7″ media campaign aims to raise the hype for the new seven-seat crossover that’s set to officially debut at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on August 18. Infiniti is planning to release JX images every Thursday through its Facebook and Twitter accounts before its formal unveiling.

Very few details about the model have been revealed. Infiniti has said that its interior will be “stunning” and that this seven-seater will feature the latest in electronic entertainment and safety technologies. This SUV is believed to be bigger than both the two-row EX and FX crossovers but will be smaller and more efficient than the body-on-frame QX56, Infiniti’s other seven-seat utility vehicle.

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Infiniti released today the first image with its all-new JX Concept, giving us a small preview of the new luxury crossover that will join its lineup next Spring. Launched at exactly 7:07 am, the car also announced the “Power of 7”, an innovative social media campaign designed to initiate conversation about the JX Concept. Infiniti also confirmed (again) the debut of the JX Concept on August 18 at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

The “Power of 7” campaign will include a series of of seven images that will be distributed exclusively on Facebook ( every Thursday over the next seven weeks. Moreover, the campaign could get you a trip for two to join Infiniti at the vehicle’s reveal at the Pebble Beach Concours.

“Families don’t have many luxury vehicle options today. The new Infiniti JX will be the 7-passenger antidote to the ho-hum luxury crossovers that are out there right now,” said Ben Poore, vice president of Infiniti Americas. Regarding the production version, the 2012 Infiniti JX crossover will be officially unveiled at the 2011 LA Auto Show, and will hit the dealerships in Spring of 2012.

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Infiniti announced today he JX Crossover, a new all-new three-row luxury crossover set to hit the dealerships in 2012 as a 2013 model. Previewed by an exterior sketch, the new car continues the firm’s styling theme seen on the Essence Concept. The bad news is that the new Infiniti JX Crossover will not be shown at this week’s 2011 New York Auto Show as the concept form will be shown at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance this August, while the production version will make its word debut by the end of the year at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show in November.

“The all-new Infiniti JX crossover will allow us to continue to expand the Infiniti brand’s presence in the Americas,” said Carlos Tavares, chairman, Nissan Americas. “In 2010, Infiniti was one of the fastest-growing luxury brands in the United States, and this year we will expand our presence further to Mexico and Panama, followed by Chile in the first half of 2012.”

Apparently, the Infiniti JX was created as a 7-passenger antidote to the ho-hum luxury crossovers that are out there and the car promises to offer a stunning interior, easy access to the roomy third row, plus the latest in-vehicle technology such as next-generation telematics.

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As part of Nissan Motor Co.’s new goal to lessen its exposure to the yen, the Infiniti JX crossover, its new seven-passenger model revealed earlier this week, will be produced in its assembly plant in Smyrna, Tenn., Nissan Americas’ chairman disclosed this morning. Carlos Tavares seeks to reduce the exposure of Nissan and Infiniti products to Japan’s rising yen and instead to use dollars.

However, this goal will require Nissan to shift some of its products around. In addition, Tavares also aims to buy its components generally from North American suppliers.

The company’s Smyrna plant already had a full plate of cars to manufacture, and the JX will be the third new product planned for the facility.

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