Infiniti JX Concept Reveal at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

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Douglas Infiniti proudly introduces the all-new 2013 Infiniti JX35. Infinitis first Luxury Cross-over with a 3rd Row Seat. Watch Ken Beam compare this beautiful vehicle to it`s competitors such as the Acura MDX and Audi Q7. A Bold New Expression of 7-Passenger Luxury The demarcation line between the Infiniti JX and other 3-row luxury crossovers starts with the idea that 7-passenger seating should actually and easily welcome all seven passengers. Utilization of a flat platform floor not only enhances 3rd row roominess and provides a long 2nd row total adjustment of 5.5-inches fore and aft for versatile roominess and cargo carrying capacity, it also allows use of a more dramatic styling approach. "The all-new Infiniti JX embraces family customers in a way no luxury crossover has done before -- recognizing their need to grow up, but without growing old," said Infiniti Americas Vice President Ben Poore. "Responsibility should come as a reward, rather than as a restriction on the things and activities you enjoyed as a single person or a couple." Key features of the 2013 Infiniti JX include: •Emotive styling and craftsmanship, featuring the new Infiniti design language direction initiated with the Essence concept •Segment-leading overall passenger volume •Segment-leading rear cargo volume (3rd row seats folded, 2nd row seats in forward-most slide position) •More 2nd and 3rd row legroom than a Cadillac Escalade •Access to 3rd row without removing a 2nd row child seat •Infiniti Connection with Google Calendar™, Drive Zone/Speed Alert and Infiniti Personal Assistant •Around View™ Monitor (AVM) with Moving Object Detection •Extensive safety and security technologies, including available world's first Backup Collision Intervention (BCI) system •Available Bose® Cabin Surround® 15-speaker sound system with digital 5.1-channel decoding and a new Acoustic Waveguide subwoofer "Every element of the Infiniti JX is designed to connect the driver and passengers to the world, rather than shield them from it as many luxury crossovers try to do. Our goal is to heighten awareness of your surroundings, so you can get more out of every day," added Poore. "Saying 'no' to boring luxury starts right here, right now with the inspired design and advanced technology of the 2013 Infiniti JX." With the new Infiniti JX, you can leave a child seat securely latched in the 2nd row and still easily get in and out of the 3rd row unlikie that of the Acura MDX or Audi Q7. The new JX offers a lot of flexibility and versatility. ****Please note - I mistakenly said that the Acura MDX does not have a opening Power Liftgate, but it does indeed have this feature. However the MDX DOES NOT have the convenience of the Garage-Mode as the JX. *Please click this link to see the revised Infiniti JX35 Walk-around Video; Ken- **Learn more and schedule a test drive with us today at *Thank you for watching.

2018 INFINITI QX60 - Liftgate
"This video is copyrighted material of Nissan North America, Inc. and should not be copied, edited, or reproduced without the permission of Nissan. Before operating the power liftgate, ensure that the shift lever is in the PARK position. Some vehicles are equipped with a motion-activated liftgate. To use the motion-activated liftgate, be sure your key fob is within approximately three feet of the liftgate. With your leg near the center of the rear bumper, quickly swing your foot forward. Your foot should come within at least four inches of the rear bumper but should not make physical contact. Immediately return your foot to the ground. You do not need to hold your foot under the bumper or move it side to side. Within two seconds three beeps will sound and the liftgate will begin to open or close. Regardless of whether your vehicle is equipped with the motion-activated liftgate feature, any one of the following methods can be used to open or close the power liftgate: ● Pushing the POWER LIFTGATE switch on the instrument panel, ● Pressing and hold the POWER LIFTGATE button on the Intelligent Key, or ● Pushing the liftgate OPENER switch on the liftgate. A chime will sound. The liftgate will open even if the doors are locked, when you use the instrument panel switch or the POWER LIFTGATE button on the Intelligent Key. The liftgate can be set to open to a specific height by performing the following: ● Open the liftgate using the request switch or the Intelligent Key. ● Pull the liftgate down to the desired position and hold. ● While holding the liftgate in position, press and hold the liftgate switch located on the liftgate for a period of time or until 3 beeps are heard. After the beeps are heard, the liftgate will only open to the selected position setting. To reset to a different position, repeat this procedure. If so equipped, POWER LIFTGATE MAIN switch on your instrument panel. When this switch is in the OFF position, the liftgate OPENER switch and the POWER LIFTGATE switch on the liftgate will not operate. If the vehicle battery is discharged and the power liftgate cannot be opened, remove this cover at the bottom of the inside of the liftgate. Beneath the cover is a lever. Move it to the right to open the liftgate. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations, and additional operating and feature information. "

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