Infiniti EX30 alternatives
Latest model: Infiniti EX30d 2011
The Infiniti Ex30d introduces a lower CO2 V6 diesel motor, first-in-class security technology and a new chapter in the European ambitions of Japan's youngest luxury performance car-maker. What doesn't change is the Ex's dynamic coupé crossover style, its impressive traditional equipment - and a high-performance drive to seduce the sportiest of owners.
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Infiniti EX30 details:
The dynamic EX reinvented the way compact Suvs exterior. Its advanced chassis reinvigorated how they drive. Extensive traditional equipment recalibrated value and Infiniti's Total Ownership Experience re-imagined each facet of life with a luxury class vehicle for the most discerning of owners. Now with the addition of an acclaimed new diesel motor, boasting more torque, or pulling performance, than any existing competitor, the EX redefines desirability in the compact SUV class.
The Infiniti Ex30d joins the EX37 V6 petrol models in Infiniti Centres across Europe from summer 2010 (depending on country). The sports coupé-inspired SUV is the second Infiniti to be powered by diesel. It inherits exactly the same 3. 0-litre V6 piezo-injection motor as has been available in its large brother, the Fx30d, since June 2010. In the form used in the EX and FX crossovers, the Alliance's V9X V6 diesel is very much a bespoke Infiniti unit. It was designed by Infiniti to deliver more kilometres and lower carbon emissions than the brand's petrol V6 while enhancing the high performance and refinement central to Infiniti's luxury ethos.
The outputs are exceptional for the compact SUV class. The V6's 175 Kw (238 PS) maximum performance equals the best available while its massive torque, of 550 Nm from just 1750rpm, out-muscles equivalent existing models from Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo.