Infiniti's EX35 is a technological marvel. It has an array of driver aid features that should help prevent traffic and parking collisions. The EX35 is sporty, small crossover that is well-suited for urban environments.
Infiniti's EX35 looks like a smaller version of the FX35. The EX35 uses the same styling and engine as the FX35 has, and it has a similar seating arrangement; however, the EX35 a more compact vehicle.
Infiniti has established its design language well, extending it to the G and M sedans as well as the FX and EX crossovers. All of these models exhibit prominently curved fenders and a bubble-like roofline.
The cabin can handle five occupants, with room left over for luggage. The interior is not as large as with the FX35 is, so bringing four people on a road trip would be a stretch. For two people, it would be very comfortable ride.
Infiniti equips the EX35 with a five-speed-automatic transmission, a little primitive in an era when six-speed transmissions are coming in to vogue. The lack of the a sixth gear means the engine has to run faster at freeway speeds.