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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
enough high-tech wizardry to keep a CES attendee occupied for years
No HD radio available and only 800MB available for audio ripping, regardless of hard-drive size
While the quality of materials improved, so has the feature set.
A Plasmacluster Filtration system removes mold, fungi and other unwanted particles from the cabin and partners up with the Grape Polyphenol Filter to collect dust, squelch allergens, and, according to Infiniti, the deodorizing principals of both systems can suck up all manner of nasty smells, from farts to French fries.
there's no way to quickly scroll through a long list of menu items and it doesn't pause the music when a call comes in over a Bluetooth-connected phone
Few luxury features escape the orbit of the lunar-looking Infiniti FX (or next year, the Infiniti QX70). Nonetheless, this year's swan song under the FX badge brings back a Limited Edition piled with even more standard stuff, above and beyond the usual power features, leather interior, multifaceted premium audio system, a power tailgate, and connectivity tech.
The Limited Edition is based on the V-6-powered, all-wheel-drive model. The key bling it brings is a set of 10-spoke, 21-inch wheels with coordinating roof rails and a custom white paint and grey interior. It also gets Infiniti's well-done navigation system as standard equipment, along with its integrated 9.3GB of music storage, and the AroundView camera system, which outputs a 360-degree view of surroundings from lenses mounted in the mirrors, nose and tail.
The Limited Edition's wheels are available on the FX50 as an option. Other packages bundle features such as adaptive cruise control, adaptive suspension, sport suspension tuning, a lane-departure warning system, and adaptive headlamps.
Awash in technology, the Infiniti FX has quilted leather, a sunroof, and surround-view cameras, too.