Infiniti has announced pricing on the 2010 FX crossover, which goes on sale nationwide this week. The second-generation FX enters its second year of production in 2010, once again featuring a choice of a 390-horsepower 5.0-liter V-8 or a 303-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6.
The range starts off with the V-6-powered FX35 with rear-wheel drive, which is priced at $42,400, and is followed by the all-wheel drive FX35 at $43,850 and the FX50 with standard all-wheel drive at $58,400.
For 2010, changes to FX include standard Bluetooth connectivity, the addition of a standard USB port for iPod and other compatible devices, the addition of a 2.0-GB hard drive to the Bose premium audio system (on vehicles without navigation) and simplified exterior/interior color combinations. The hard drive navigation system has also been enhanced for 2010 with the addition of an in-dash single disc DVD and XM satnav.
All models are equipped with a standard seven-speed automatic transmission, double-wishbone front/multi-link rear suspension and large four-wheel disc brakes. The FX also offers optional 21-inch lightweight aluminum-alloy wheels designed by Enkei and solid magnesium paddle shifters are available on the FX50 in the Sport Package.