From Infiniti press: With the addition of a standard 7-speed automatic transmission for 2011, the Infiniti EX35 joins all other Infiniti models in offering seven forward speeds in their refined automatic transmissions (6-speed manual transmissions are also available with G Sedan, G37 Coupe and IPL G Coupe). That’s not the only enhancement to the EX, however, with other changes ranging from standard 18-inch wheels and tires (previous 17-inch standard) to the addition of the advanced Blind Spot Warning (BSW) system as part of the Technology Package.
As in previous years, the stylish EX’s sport coupe-inspired design and user-friendly functional utility provides an exceptional degree of “personal reward” for drivers and passengers alike. The EX’s engaging interior features standard premium leather-appointed seating along with the exhilarating driving performance of its responsive 297-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine and available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive.
Other enhancements for 2011 include new available 19-inch wheels and tires, revised instrument panel illumination and the addition of standard Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control on all models (previously EX Journey only). There is also new or revised option package naming and content. For example, the new Premium Package combines the previous Navigation Package and Bose® and Around View™ Monitor Package. The previous Premium Package is now named Deluxe Touring Package and 19-inch wheels and tires are added to the Deluxe Touring Package. There are also three new available exterior colors.
The EX35’s layout combines the look and feel of a luxury coupe and a crossover’s flexibility – with sporty proportions, including a long hood, short front and rear overhangs, rearward cabin and smooth coupe-like roofline.