2013 INFINITI FX50 ratings and reviews

For drivers who love the INFINITI FX but want more power and luxury in every corner, the 2013 FX50 is an excellent option. The FX50 sits at the top of the lineup with standard all-wheel drive plus a V8 engine with 390 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque, plus a few exciting features that aren’t available in the FX’s base and AWD trims. An Advanced Climate Control System is one of them, including a Plasmacluster air purifier and a Grape Polyphenol Filter to purify the vehicle’s cabin air. Drivers will also benefit from aluminum roof rails, outside mirrors with a reverse tilt-down feature, quilted leather-appointed seating, maple interior accents, climate-controlled front seats, navigation, voice recognition, and a surround-view monitoring system. An optional Sport Technology Package available only for the FX50 adds perks like solid magnesium paddle shifters, dark-tinted headlights, sport front seats with thigh support, and Rear Active Steer.

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For drivers who love the INFINITI FX but want more power and luxury in every corner, the 2013 FX50 is an excellent option. The FX50 sits at the top of the lineup with standard all-wheel drive plus a V8 engine with 390 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque, plus a few exciting features that aren’t available in the FX’s base and AWD trims. An Advanced Climate Control System is one of them, including a Plasmacluster air purifier and a Grape Polyphenol Filter to purify the vehicle’s cabin air. Drivers will also benefit from aluminum roof rails, outside mirrors with a reverse tilt-down feature, quilted leather-appointed seating, maple interior accents, climate-controlled front seats, navigation, voice recognition, and a surround-view monitoring system. An optional Sport Technology Package available only for the FX50 adds perks like solid magnesium paddle shifters, dark-tinted headlights, sport front seats with thigh support, and Rear Active Steer.
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