2007 Infiniti FX Review
The FX delivers one of the best combinations of sporty performance and handling in its class. If you're in the market for a luxury midsize SUV, you should also consider the Lexus RX 350 and the Acura MDX.
In the 2007 FX, Infiniti comes through on its reputation for adding genuinely sporty driving to luxury cars. Critics find the FX to be a pleasantly distinctive-looking SUV with the light and nimble handling of a sports sedan. "Ever since its debut a few years back," writes Edmunds, "the Infiniti FX35 has been known as a sport sedan in SUV clothing." Though reviewers feel it lacks seating and cargo space relative to other SUVs, the points out the Infiniti FX "can be considered a roomy substitute for a good sports sedan."
Kelley Blue Book believes that both "the FX35 and FX45 are expected to retain high resale and residual values, a few percentage points behind the Acura MDX, Mercedes Benz ML and BMW X5, but slightly better than the Cadillac SRX." IntelliChoice gives the 2007 FX an "average" value rating for its potential five-year total cost of ownership, compared to vehicles in its class.
The 2007 Infiniti FX comes in two main trims: the base FX35 and the FX45. The FX35 is available in Rear-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive (AWD) versions, whereas the FX45 comes exclusively as an AWD.