The 2009 Infiniti EX35 is a well-designed vehicle: tasteful, contemporary, and clean, according to a wide range of review sources.
ForbesAutos praises the sleek design "inside and out." Motor Week points out that the 2009 Infiniti EX35 is "built by a company devoted to style," so it's not surprising that the 2009 EX35 "embodies plenty of it...[with] an arching, coupelike roofline, a double-arch grille, L-shaped headlamps, and aggressive proportions." Most reviews read by TheCarConnection.com are impressed with the appearance of the 2009 Infiniti EX35. The Auto Channel is especially complimentary, extolling the "EX35's sculpted elegance [that] expresses a timeless appeal—sleek lines that portray speed, grace and finesse."
Cars.com notes the "rear end recalls Infiniti's larger FX model, for better and for worse." While it presents a "sporty and stylish" appearance, this design comes at a cost, making "for a relatively tight cargo area."
Inside, there's plenty of praise for the 2009 Infiniti EX35. Cars.com likes the interior: "The interior is appointed like other Infiniti models, which is to say nicely, with modern, high-quality materials and design. Aluminum trim appears sparingly and is effective, as is the black-lacquer bezel on the center console and control panel." Edmunds describes the dashboard as "distinctive...[the design] flows around the driver in soft waves." The optional maple interior trim "spruces up the cabin," according to Motor Week; overall, the vehicle has "style...and sport."