Infiniti M35 Hybrid
Infiniti has loaded the M Hybrid with all the usual standard amenities of the M sedan. There are also four packages (premium, deluxe touring, technology, and 18-inch wheel) and individual options. Premium and deluxe touring packages include Bose 2-channel, 10-speaker premium audio system and Bose Studio Surround-Sound system with 16 speakers, respectively. Other items in the premium package include hard-drive navigation system, voice recognition for audio, navigation and vehicle information, XM NavTraffic with Real-Time Traffic information, XM NavWeather with Real-Time Weather and three-day forecast, Zagat restaurant guide, Bose system, 9.3GB Music Box hard drive, heated steering wheel and climate-controlled front seats.
The technology package includes a suite of safety systems – blind spot warning and blind spot intervention, intelligent brake assist with forward collision warning, lane departure warning and lane departure prevention – as well as front seat pre-crash seat belts, eco pedal, active trace control (which adjusts vehicle braking and engine torque for enhanced cornering), adaptive front lighting system with auto-leveling headlights, and full-speed range intelligent cruise control.
Consumers looking at hybrid vehicles naturally want to know what’s covered in the warranty and for how long. Infiniti M Hybrid is covered by the following limited warranties:
- 8-year/100,000-mile hybrid system
- 8-year/80,000-mile emissions coverage
- 6-year/70,000-mile powertrain
- 4-year/60,000-mile basic
- Plus nine additional standard warranties
Pricing on other 2012 M models
The automaker also released base prices on the rest of the Infiniti M lineup. The non-hybrid Infiniti M37 RWD has a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $47,700, while the M37 AWD starts at $49,850. The Infiniti M56 RWD begins at $59,100 MSRP and M56 AWD starts at $61,600. Non-hybrid Infiniti M models go on sale March 2.