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Presented by Olympic Auto Sales, Atlantas premier Luxury Buy Here Pay Here Dealership.At first glance, the FX is the best example of its kind, the usually awkward marriage of a fast, sleek shape and a tall-wagon body. It doesnt work on the BMW X6, but the FX is mostly a success. Its low, sculptured, with a roofline that drops quickly once it clears the front doors. Theres some excessive detailing in the lighting and on the front fenders, but on the whole, its a shape thats still fresh and intriguing five years into its current look--even longer on the same general theme. The sames true for the cabin, which doesnt lack for buttons or switches, but mutes the clutter of switchgear with rich finishes like available quilted leather and subdued wood trim.Though its near the end of its current model life, the FX merits a new engine this year, with the old 3.5-liter, 303-horsepower V-6 yielding its space to a 3.7-liter, 328-hp six shared with other Infinitis. As the Nissan/Infiniti V-6 has grown in displacement, its grown a little less tame, and theres slightly more noise and vibration than youd find in a similarly sized six in, say, the Lincoln MKX. Powers never in question, though: its still among the sweetest engines around, and its plenty quick, with 0-60 mph times in the 7.0-second range.Few luxury features escape the orbit of the lunar-looking Infiniti FX (or next year, the Infiniti QX70). Nonetheless, this years swan song under the FX badge brings back a Limite