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3/4 Front Glamour 2013 INFINITI FX50

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MPG 14 City / 20 Highway
  • Good acceleration on highway
  • Many standard safety features
  • Base model comes well-equipped
  • Limited cargo room
  • Cramped cabin for SUV
  • Styling may not be for everyone
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Boasting impressive power and driving dynamics, the INFINITI FX50 is also a good value.


With a substantial 390-horsepower, 5-liter V8 under the hood of an INFINITI FX50, that trip to the grocery store after collecting the kids from school may not take as long as it used to. Power is sent to all four wheels through a 7-speed transmission.

Thanks to an independent suspension -- double wishbone up front, multi-link in the rear -- the 4,500-pound FX50 stays impressively planted through the corners. It feels more like a car than an SUV. Brakes are impressive, as well, with 14-inch ventilated discs at the front wheels, 13-inch at the back.

All of this heft and performance has a drawback, though: The FX50 manages only 15 mpg city and 20 mpg highway, a bit low even by performance crossover standards.

The exterior is sleek and sharp in all the right places. To say that it is more of a looker than the BMW X5 wouldn't be an overstatement. Where the BMW can seem reserved, the INFINITI begs you to stare as it slips by in the passing lane.

The FX50's interior is as good as most competitors -- outdone, perhaps, by the more expensive Porsche Cayenne S. Well-trimmed leather seats come heated, even in the back. Easy-to-read gauges have a classy look. There's an 11-speaker Bose audio system, and the FX50's navigation system may be one of the best on the market. Rear-seat legroom is good, as is cargo space. A small rear window hamper visibility, though.

Which Style To Buy?

Starting price

2013 INFINITI FX50 Base

Recommended for: The buyer who wants performance and convenience all in one place

The 2013 INFINITI FX50 comes in a single trim at a starting price of $61,500. The interior is well-equipped with standard features like heated leather seats, front and rear; Bluetooth connectivity; and a navigation system.

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