About Infiniti FX45
The Infiniti FX45 is in the first generation of the Infiniti FX series models. The nameplate of the series was changed to QX70 in 2013. The FX45 was a mid-size luxury crossover SUV with 5 doors. It was manufactured and marketed by Infiniti, the luxury division of the Japanese manufacturer Nissan. The vehicle shared a Nissan FM platform with other models that originated from the same series. The FM platform represented its engine's location in the front of its layout.
The Infiniti FX45 was given a 4.5L VK45DE DOHC V8 from the beginning. The volume of the engine also stood for its name, the FX45. Its sibling model, the FX35, was given a 3.5L V6. The 4.5L V8 was able to produce 320 horsepower for the automobile. 5-speed automatic transmission with manual mode was paired for the powertrain.
Infiniti FX45 parts online
The standard Infiniti FX45 parts included titanium intake and exhaust valves, low-friction molybdenum-coated pistons, modular cylinder heads, a super-silent single-stage cam drive chain, a continuously variable valve timing control system, and aluminum-alloy block and heads. The development process of the FX45 started all the way back in 1999 and the process was finished with rapid speed in 2000. The Infiniti FX45 was first released to the public in the mode of a concept in 2001. It was completely ready and introduced to the public as an available automobile at the 2003 NAIAS.
For the 2004 model year, the FX45 received an upgrade in the front seats. The 4-way power front passenger seat was replaced by a standard 8-way one. The Infiniti dealers could also find a set of chrome-plated 20-inch wheels and aluminum roof rails for their SUVs. The non-chrome-plated version of the wheels was also provided with a new service. They could receive a dark silver metallic finish. In 2005, customers were able to find more FX45 parts to install on their automobiles. The lane departure warning system was the most important update. This system was composed of a series of parts like an indicator, an audible warning buzzer, a speed sensor, and a small camera. The Infiniti FX45 was also the first model to get an LDW system on board. Other parts like standard roof-mounted curtain supplemental airbags were also given to the vehicle in safety considerations for the front and rear outboard seat passengers.