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On Green
The big sedans do as well as the competition; a stingy Hybrid comes next year.
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18/26 mpg, V-6/RWD; 17/24 mpg, V-6/AWD; 16/25 mpg, V-8/RWD; 16/23 mpg, V8/AWD
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Fuel economy checks in at 18/26 mpg for V-6 editions with rear-drive, and 17/24 mpg for all-wheel-drive versions of the 2011 Infiniti M.

Gas mileage is 16/25 mpg with the V-8 and rear-wheel drive, 16/23 mpg for the V-8 AWD—decently improved figures for a car that weighs between 3858 and 4224 pounds.

For this greener moment in time, they’ve added an "Eco Pedal" feature that gives haptic feedback when it senses the chance to save fuel—but most drivers who know enough to buy an Infiniti will know how to best the city fuel-economy numbers.

A 2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid is on the way, by the way.

Conclusion

The big sedans do as well as the competition; a stingy Hybrid comes next year.

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