2010 Infiniti EX35 Adds Content, Not Cost

Posted on 23 September 2009

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Infiniti’s added a few extra goodies to its EX35 for 2010, but you wouldn’t notice by the price tag alone — the automaker hasn’t raised pricing over 2009 models.        
The 2010 EX35 receives heated mirrors, automatic headlamps, and iPod/USB audio connections as standard equipment on all models.                                               Journey models also receive heated
seats and a Bluetooth hands-free system at no extra charge. Opting for the navigation system — which now includes weather and restaurant information broadcast over XM satellite radio — also includes a new Bluetooth streaming audio function.
As was the case last year, a base 2010 EX35 stickers at $34,665 (including an $865 destination charge), while all-wheel-drive bumps that figure to $36,065. Journey models begin at $36,865 in rear-wheel-drive form, and $38,265 if equipped with all-wheel-drive.