2013 Infiniti JX35 Review

2013 Infiniti JX35 Review  - Reviews - Infiniti JX

Don't you ever wish car companies would get with the program and hire a real expert? Not some stuffy pinstriped suit but rather a parent, like yourself, who has the same automotive needs, wants and wishes? Someone who knows what a pain it is to get into a third-row seat if you have child-safety seats installed in the second row?

If you're looking for a car that solves many family-car woes, check out the new 2013 Infiniti JX35, whose product manager is just like you — a busy parent.

While I'm grateful for product manager Sean McNamara's input into the JX35, the real heroes behind the scenes are his 9-year-old daughter Georgia, 11-year-old son Riley and, especially, his wife of 19 years, Barbara.

Because Georgia and Riley are still in booster seats (reluctantly), Sean and Barbara know what a pain it is to access the third row. This sentiment was echoed loudly during Infiniti's in-house study of how other busy families use their cars. The result? A sleek new crossover in which your kids and your carpool can still get into the third row, even if you have child seats installed in the second row.

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Warning and indicator lights
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Entering from the side
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Opening and closing windows with the mechanical key
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