Infiniti EX (2009 - 2013)

5

GT Premium 5dr Auto Hatchback

reviewed by Teejaybee on 29 May 2014
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
5
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
3
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

You will stand out from the crowd

I've had this car just one week and I love it! I previously had a Lexus RX400h which was a great car but even these are common nowadays. I wanted something that you don't see many of and boy did I hit the jackpot. Forget Beemers, Audi's, Mercs - 2 a penny. Buy an Infiniti and you certainly feel as though you are one of a select group looking outside the box. Performance for what is quite a heavy vehicle is pretty good, great auto box has smooth changes. Handling is excellent, virtually no body roll and great grip. Build quality is superb, quality materials used throughout. There's enough equipment to satisfy even the most ardent gadget-man! Bose sound system, hard drive storage, front/rear/above camera views, lane departure, adaptive cruise control, full leather, dual climate…..the list goes on. If I had to put any damper on the proceedings, these are really minor gripes: more cubby holes/storage and the armrest could do with being a little more forward and that's it!
Do not ignore Infiniti if you are thinking of a Q3 or Q5, BMW X1 or X3 you owe it to yourself.

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About this car

Price£37,097–£45,875
Road TaxK–M
MPG25.0–33.2 mpg
Real MPG95.4%

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