Infinity has applied a series of mid-year specification upgrades to their compact crossover range, the 2011 EX30d.
On the entry level EX30d the automaker is now offering the Connectiviti+ navigation and entertainment platform plus a premium sound system from Bose, and apart from these two features, the GT and GT Premium models also get equipped with 19 inch wheels as standard.
These upgrades go on top of already standard features that include all-wheel-drive, a seven-speed automatic transmission, Xenon cornering headlights and electrically foldable rear seat on every EX model plus leather trim, heated, electrically adjustable front seats and an electrically adjustable steering wheel on every GT.
Inifiniti’s Connectiviti+ platform offers information and
entertainment functions that include navigation, a 30GB hard drive, voice recognition, 3D graphics, a high-resolution touch-screen display and hotel/restaurant information.
The 2011 Infiniti EX30d price starts at 37,130 GBP for the V6
diesel and reaches 45,810 GBP for the GT Premium.
EX30d     £37,130
EX30d GT      £41,390
EX37 GT         £41,930
EX30d GT Premium     £45,270
EX37 GT Premium     £45,810
Options prices are: metallic paint, £680; aluminium roof rails, £260; electric glass sunroof (standard on GT Premium), £1200; hand-stained Maple Wood interior trim, £320; Connectiviti+ (standard on GT and GT Premium),  £1780.

Source: Infiniti