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The new Infiniti EX35, a luxury SUV, earns the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Top Safety Pick award for 2008. The EX35 is the first Infiniti to earn this award. Top Safety Pick winners afford superior overall crash protection among the vehicles in their class. To qualify a vehicle must earn the highest rating of good in the Institute’s front, side, and rear tests and be equipped with electronic stability control.

Infiniti announced that the all-new 2008 EX35 personal luxury crossover SUV is on sale at Infiniti retailers nationwide beginning today. The new Infiniti EX offers an exceptional combination of seductive design, elegant interior and advanced technology – including available Around View Monitor (AVM) and Lane Departure Prevention (LDP) systems and standard “Scratch Shield” paint.

Infiniti announced pricing on the all-new 2008 EX35 personal luxury crossover SUV at the 2007 Los Angeles International Auto Show. The Infiniti EX35 will go on sale at Infiniti retailers nationwide on December 21, 2007 at a price starting at $31,300.

The all-new 2008 Infiniti EX35, which goes on sale at Infiniti retailers nationwide in late December 2007, offers an exceptional combination of seductive design, elegant interior and advanced technology systems – including the world production car debut of the advanced Around View Monitor (AVM) system, which utilizes four small cameras to give the driver a “top-down view” of the outside of the vehicle while parking. The new EX35 also becomes the second Infiniti production vehicle, following the fall introduction of the 2008 Infiniti M, to offer the new Lane Departure Prevention (LDP) system, and the first to feature “Scratch Shield,” a special “self-healing” clearcoat paint.


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