( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Infiniti FX50 S is a 390 horsepower all-wheel-drive luxury rocket on 21 inch wheels. So naturally we couldn't help but wonder if it's the ultimate ski car to take up to the top of Colorado's Loveland 12,000 foot Pass? It has everything you would want in the ultimate ski car except perhaps one small thing and that would be a turbo to help the engine breath better at altitude. So how does the 2012 Infiniti FX50 S drive and handle up one of Colorado's highest mountain passes? Check out this first drive video review to find out.
2012 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Fast Look Review & Drive
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD (heavy duty)
with the Duramax turbo diesel engine is
a monster of a pick-up truck. It will easily tow your boat, horse trailer
or house. In this Fast look review we check out how well the 2012 Chevrolet
Silverado 2500 HD does as a daily driver for you, your family and your dog.
2012 Infiniti FX35 Drive and Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Infiniti FX35 is a sporty
all-wheel-drive crossover that's packed with the latest technology. With
massive 21' inch wheels and an engine that produces just over 300 horsepower the Infiniti FX35
is not only sporty but also fast. So how does this Infiniti compare to cars
like the BMW X5 and and the segment leading Lexus RX350? We recently had
the chance to drive the Infiniti through the beautiful mountains around
Spokane, Washington to find out.
2013 Lexus RX 350 vs Mercedes-Benz GLK vs Infiniti FX37 0-60 $53K Mashup Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) What's the best new all-wheel-drive luxury
Crossover that you can buy for $53,000.00? That's the question we wanted to
answer in this TFLcar Mashup review. Is it the new and refreshed 2013 Lexus
RX 350 or is it the new and refreshed 2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK350 4MATIC or
is it the new and refreshed 2013 Infiniti FX37 AWD? The Lexus represents
the most popular vehicle in the segment, while Mercedes-Benz is packed full
of new safety technology and of course the Infiniti is the most sporty of
the three. In this fun TFLcar Mashup review we not only rate all three
Crossovers but we also see which one is fastest from 0-60 MPH.
Top 6 Ski Cars Driven, Tested & Reviewed
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) What's the best car to drive when the snow starts
falling. In other words, what's the best all-wheel-drive ski car you buy
today? We at The Fast Lane Car are lucky to drive a different car every
week so we've had the chance to drive many (if not most) of the best top
all-wheel-drive cars on the market. So without further delay here are the
top 6 new cars that we've driven in 2012 that we think are best rides to
own if you want a great ski car for snowy weather.
2012 Mazda2 versus Infiniti FX50 0-60-0 MPH Performance Mashup Test
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Mazda 2 and the 2012 Infiniti FX50 have
very little in common except for perhaps interior volume. In fact the two
vehicles are about $50,000 apart when it comes to price. The Mazda 2 in
this video has a sticker price of of around $17K while the Infiniti FX50 is
just about $66K. So the question we wanted to answer was just how much more
performance can do you get for your extra $50,000 USD. To find out we put
the cars to the test to see how fast they go from 0-60 MPH and perhaps more
importantly how far many feet it takes them to run from 0-60-0 MPH. If you
are curious about the results. Check out the video.
2009 Infiniti FX35 Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, Test Drive
A taller and more practical Infiniti G takes the form of this FX35. If you
are in need of more space and refuse to give up the raw power and brutality
of your G, take a serious look at this vehicle. Those seeking more space,
refinement, and practically should probably look elsewhere.
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There is no slow FX in the line-up, with huge petrol and diesel engines
being the order of the day. Both petrol models boast 0-62mph times under 7
seconds, with the quickest even dipping under the six second barrier. A
stiff set-up means it corners well too but it's worth taking a test drive
to see if the ride is soft enough to live with on a daily basis.
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So you you need to carry seven people in comfort with decent economy but
you don't want a minivan? Enter Infiniti's three-row luxury hybrid
crossover, the QX60 Hybrid. Thanks to stronger fuel economy regulations
there are plenty of three-row CUVs to choose from, but if you want
something with a better brand name under 60-large that sips gasoline like a
mid-sized sedan, you're left with few options. Infiniti has had incredible
success with the non-hybrid version of the QX60 coming in third in the
segment despite being one of the newest entries.
Infiniti's bulbous styling may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it is a
distinctive island in a sea of me-too crossovers. This new take on
Infiniti's "box fish" style isn't as striking (or polarizing) as when the M
debuted in 2010. On the bright side, now that the design has aged, general
opinion in my informal lunch group was overwhelmingly positive. Something I
couldn't say about the 2010 M. Despite heavy parts sharing with the new
Pathfinder, the QX is better distinguished than the former generation
QX/Armada was and indeed better differentiated than the Chevy Traverse and
The cabin is covered in soft-touch plastics, leather and acres of highly
polished wood trim, just as you expect from Infiniti. In this segment, if
you want an interior that doesn't share parts with a mass-market brand,
you're again limited to the XC90 as every other design team had access to a
corporate parts bin. Keeping this in mind, Nissan/Infiniti's parts bin is a
nicer place to spend time than GM's button-bank. The new Enclave has a very
competitive interior, but some of the parts choices fail to blend while the
Infinti is a sea of harmony. Indeed one might say the Pathfinder borrows
Infiniti parts and not the other way around. This top-down parts sharing is
good for Pathfinder shoppers, but only time will tell if there is enough
differentiation to make Infiniti shoppers happy. The XC90′s interior is
still competitive thanks to continual tweaks over the past ten years, but
that can't forgive the lack of even a modest refresh from the Swedes.
The QX60 represents an interesting move for the brand I like to think of as
"the Japanese BMW." By putting practicality and economy before performance
they have created a most un-Infiniti crossover. The combination of a nearly
perfect interior, smooth CVT, 32% better fuel economy than Infiniti's QX80
and the available hybrid that takes things to the next level and will
actually save the average owner money, make a compelling argument. Toyota
Highlander Hybrid, MDX and Audi Q7 shoppers looking for a compliant and
efficient ride would do well to put the Infiniti on their short list as it
is quite possibly the best three-row luxury crossover in America.
Infiniti FX50 Test-Drive
Тест-драйв Инфинити FX50 у дилера.
Т.к. меня задолбали однотипные
комментарии в адрес меня и моих друзей -
типа, все мы олени и хороших машин не
1. Машину выбирали для девушки, для зимней
2. Мужик за рулем ездит на SRT8, видео с ним и
его машиной есть на моем канале.
3. FX50 - не спорткар, даже близко, потому
оценивались не только динамические
характеристики, но и комфорт.
4. Девушка-менеджер ответила на все
интересующие нас впоросы и была вполне
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2013 Infiniti FX50 Test Drive & Luxury Crossover Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/infiniti/fx50/2013/?id=32972 The 2013 Infiniti
FX50 is the top of the line when it comes to luxury crossovers from Japan.
The FX50 and FX37 have been around for a number of years and these 2
vehicles are differentiated by their engines. The FX50 has a 5.0 liter V-8
engine making 390 horsepower while the FX37 is
powered by a 3.7 liter V-6 making 325 horsepower. The 2013
Infiniti FX50 has a base price of $61,400.
Another big element to these sporty luxury crossovers is the styling. The
Infiniti FX has always had a love it or leave it presence due to its
aggressive and bold exterior design. On the inside the FX50 has good
functionality and utility. The cargo room is adequate and the rear lift
gate is automatically controlled. The interior space in the rear may be a
bit small but this vehicle is a crossover and not a large SUV.
The interior features tons of luxury amenities. The seats are leather and
the trim is a lovely maple wood. The technology on the Infiniti is cutting
edge with tons of safety equipment like: around view monitor, distance
control technology, and intelligent brake assist to name a few. The sound
system is also a top notch BOSE unit. This is a high end luxury car and you
will get treated like royalty by your Infiniti dealer.
Driving the 2013 Infiniti FX50 is impressive. This luxury crossover can go
from 0-60 MPH in a little over 5 seconds which is amazing. The steering is
tight and the suspension firm which makes for a wonderfully agile vehicle.
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