Big SUVs have seen a decline in popularity and many people are turning to smaller, car-based SUVs, or crossovers
, because of their utility and gas mileage. This change has not gone unnoticed by Infiniti
, who released its Infiniti EX35 in 2007. A luxury crossover
marketed toward empty-nesters, couples and small families, the Infiniti EX35 doesn't skimp on comfort or premium features. Leather seats, Bose sound and a host of convenience options are sure to please drivers and passengers alike. Plus a host of safety gadgets, such as an Around View Monitor and Lane Departure Prevention System, keep the EX35 out of harm's way and have the added bonus of being pretty cool and fun to use. Kelley Blue Book's Beth Lear-VanderYacht sat down with Toby Perry, Infiniti's Senior Manager of Model Line Marketing to discuss the Infiniti EX35's design, utility and road-trip worthiness.