New Engines for 2013 Infiniti FX and EX

Infiniti fx
New names and powertrains are the big news for model-year 2013 versions of Infiniti's FX and EX crossovers. Infiniti FX37 and EX37 models will now use a 325-horsepower, 3.7-liter V-6 instead of last year's 3.5-liter V-6.

The 2013 FX37 will be available with rear- or all-wheel-drive versions as well as a Limited Edition with all-wheel drive. The all-wheel-drive FX50 returns unchanged with the standard 390-hp, 5.0-liter V-8.

Other model-year changes to the midsize FX include the addition of Moving Object Detection to the available Around View Monitor camera system. Iridium Blue exterior color is now offered on all models except the Limited Edition, which is available only with Moonlight White exterior and Graphite interior color combination. The Java interior color is now available with Liquid Platinum and Graphite Shadow exterior colors.

The FX goes on sale next month. There's no word yet on pricing.

The compact Infiniti EX crossover will also use the EX37 name for 2013 and be offered in four versions: EX37 with rear- or all-wheel drive and EX37 Journey with rear- or all-wheel drive. It is otherwise unchanged for the new model year and goes on sale this August.

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2013 Pricing: Infiniti G37 Coupe, Convertible and IPL Coupe, Convertible



took them how many years?


Bigger isn't better. The 3.5 liter is a smoother engine than the 3.7 and has PLENTY of power. Those big pistons start to get too heavy...

I can't wait until 2013!! Keep the good work Infiniti


I am so disappointed in Infiniti. I have a QX4 that almost 10 years and it has been literally flawless. Sucks gas but everything works and nothing breaks. Would love to buy another Infiniti but the EX is too tight/small, the FX rides too rough and sucks gas and the JX is just a glorified Murano with FWD/CVT. The G25 has been cancelled after that failed because it was 100hp less and the fuel savings were minimal vs. the G37 and you couldn't get NAV etc on it. What a fail that was and another disappointment. They need something like the Rogue but with rear wheel/AWD and a 7spd auto getting at least 25mpg combined and about 270hp on reg gas.

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