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The Infiniti EX crossover debuted in the 2008 model year as the EX35. This carried on unchanged through the 2012 model year, but Infiniti has increased engine displacement to 3.7-liter for the 2013 model year. With this change comes a name change to EX37.
Aside from a larger engine and the availability of a concierge service for owners, the 2013 EX37 is a direct carryover from the 2012 EX35. The new 3.7-liter V-6 pumps out a stout 325 horsepower, an increase of 28 horsepower from last year’s 3.5-liter engine.
The 2013 EX37 comes in a quartet of trims, including: Base, Journey, Base AWD and Journey AWD. The Base and Base AWD feature leather interiors, automatic climate control and premium sound systems. Journey models turn it up a notch with heated seats, Bluetooth connectivity and a HomeLink garage door opener.
The Infiniti EX37 Base is a crossover SUV with a 3.7-liter V6 engine producing 325 horsepower and 267 foot-pounds of torque. A seven-speed automatic transmission delivers power to the rear wheels. Standard equipment on the Base includes 18-inch eight-spoke wheels, automatic headlights, LED taillights, speed-sensitive wipers, and a dual exhaust. Also standard are keyless entry and push-button start, advanced climate control, leather seating with an eight-way power driver seat and four-way power passenger seat, and a six-speaker audio system with AM/FM/CD/MP3/SiriusXM capabilities.
The Journey adds extra amenities like a moonroof, maple accents, a power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a HomeLink transceiver for quick access to your home’s garage door opener and security system.
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