Long-term Infiniti EX35: Rear-seat Legroom, or Lack Thereof

Our long-term EX35 has much to offer by way of engine power, in-cabin technology and styling, but when it comes to rear legroom, it comes up, well, short. Compared to its competitors -- like the Mercedes GLK 350 and BMW X3 -- the EX35's rear leg room capacity is smaller than both by about seven cubic inches. That might not sound like much, but couple that with the awkward rear seat entry angle, and let's just say that the tall rear-seat passengers that we've taxied around in the past don't seem to like the car as much as we do anymore.
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