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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
Scratch Shield clearcoat paint...can heal itself of light scratches over the course of a week
leading-edge features for gadget fans
a long list of available features
The Auto Channel
Editors at TheCarConnection.com love the high-tech features offered for the 2009 Infiniti EX35—but some drivers will balk at the high price associated with many options.
The Auto Channel notes that the 2009 Infiniti EX35 has "a long list of available features"—but everyone knows the special features make this vehicle shine. Here's a neat feature of the 2009 EX35: According to Cars.com, "Scratch Shield clearcoat paint...can heal itself of light scratches over the course of a week." However, the reviewer is hesitant to actually test it out. ForbesAutos reports that the EX35's paint is described as "self-healing."
ForbesAutos also gives "major gee-whiz points" to the power folding second-row seat. It's an option on more expensive EX35s. The reviewer doesn't hesitate to point out that the EX35 has plenty of "leading-edge features for gadget fans."
ConsumerGuide reports that other options include a navigation system, a rearview camera, and a 9.3GB hard drive on which MP3 files can be stored (as well as any other types of digital files, it is assumed, and accessed by means of a USB connection).
The 2009 Infiniti EX35 has plenty of standard features and some nifty options—but you'll pay for them.