|Pricing||$47,050 - $60,950|
|Drive Types||RWD, AWD|
|Engines||3.7l V6, 5.6l V8|
|Fuel Economy||16-18 (city), 23-26 (highway)|
As Infiniti's product line has evolved, the M has become the flagship of the brand. The latest M sedan features aggressive styling and a choice of powerful V6 and V8 engines. The model range includes the 330-bhp M37 and M37x AWD V6 models and the 420-bhp M56 and M56 AWD V8 models. All are equipped with a seven-speed automatic and a host of electronic driving aids like stability control Above and beyond common luxury features the M also offers rare features like a lane-departure system and a blind spot intervention system. A Sport model features a motor-actuated active steering system that changes the rear suspension geometry to augment handling. Infiniti's M is well styled, well powered and well equipped to do battle in a robust market segment.
An all-new Infiniti M bows for 2011. The new M is roughly the same size inside as its predecessor but wears significantly new styling outside and in. The wider new exterior has significantly more styling detail with pronounced fenders, protruding wheel arches and larger and more pronounced grille. The new model upgrades to the newest powertrains in the Infiniti lineup. The M37 has a 330-bhp 3.7l V6 under the hood, whereas the M56 equips the larger 420-bhp 5.6L V8. A seven-speed automatic is standard on all models. All-wheel-drive is offered with both the V6 and V8 engine (M37x and M56x).
|M37||3.7l V6 (330-bhp)||A7||RWD||$47,050|
|M37x||3.7l V6 (330-bhp)||A7||AWD||$49,200|
|M56||5.6l V8 (420-bhp)||A7||RWD||$58,450|
|M56x||5.6l V8 (420-bhp)||A7||AWD||$60,950|