Infiniti’s EX35 crossover sees a price increase of $350 across the lineup for the 2011 model year. That $350 gets you an a seven-speed automatic transmission (previously the EX35 made do with a five-speed auto) and brings the price to $35,025 for a basic rear-wheel-drive 2011 Infiniti EX35.
All-wheel-drive models start $1400 higher, at $36,425. Journey rear-wheel-drive models cost $37,225 and $38,625 with all-wheel drive.a 297-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6 is the only available engine for the EX35.
A Blind Spot Warning system is new to the EX35 for 2011, and is included as part of the Technology Package. Opt for the Deluxe Touring Package and you’ll get new 19-inch wheels to replace the standard 18-inchers.
Through September, EX35 sales are flat, down 0.1 percent. With just 5853 units sold through the first nine months of the year, however, the EX35 is Infiniti’s lowest selling model. Do you think a small price increase, a new transmission, and other minor changes is enough to boost EX35 sales?
All prices assume a destination charge of $875.