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Infiniti EX news - EX in the city - 2009

The bean counters at Infiniti have been busy with the abacus again. Last week they revealed prices for the gargantuan FX, and now they’ve announced figures for the smaller EX - Infiniti’s second car for the UK, continuing the company’s brave march through the recession with its premium, petrol-only SUVs.
 
You’ll have two versions to choose from: the EX37 and the EX37 GT. Both use the 3.7-litre V6 from the Nissan 370Z and both do 0-62mph in 6.4 seconds.
 
The base car costs £35,200. Standard kit includes adaptive xenon lights, which point where you steer, a big sound system with a hard drive and iPod connection, plus a Scratch Shield paintjob with an elastic resin layer that ‘fills in’ small blemishes as if by magic.
 
The GT version is £36,500, for which you get some extra goodies: leather, electrically adjustable front seats and steering wheel, heated seats to keep your bum warm and a coat hanger in the driver’s headrest (sounds comfy).
 
The cars hit the road in September, giving you just enough time to choose between one of these or a top-spec Audi Q5, which has a diesel and will leave your conscience a little cleaner.

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