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$40,343
BASE MSRP
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While the 2008 Infiniti M is a dream car for gear heads who love technology and have deep pockets to check off every options box, those less inclined will find the base M well equipped at a price below its competition.
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Tiered option groups allow the personalization of any M model with the best of everything available from Infiniti
Kelley Blue Book

The Sport Package [is] available only on the RWD models
J.D. Power

Every Infiniti is offered with a 4-year/60,000-mile basic coverage warranty, and 6-year/70,000-mile powertrain coverage
Cars.com

Standard Infiniti Ms are loaded, and options and packages take comfort, luxury, and technology to the next level.

The 2008 Infiniti M is available in four trims: M35 (V-6), M35X (V-6 AWD), M45 (V-8), and M45X (V-8 AWD). The non-"X" models are available with the Sport Package.

Kelley Blue Book writes of Infiniti 2008 M's standard equipment: "Complementing leather and wood [or] aluminum trim a bounty of power assists plus dual-zone climate control, 160-watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio with six-disc changer, Intelligent Key remote locking and ignition, one-touch power moonroof and a power tilt and telescoping steering column." The 2008 Infiniti M's steering wheel has "switches to operate the audio, cruise control, phone and vehicle information functions."

Cars.com lists the following additional features as standard on the Infiniti M: "push-button start, voice recognition [controlling radio, HVAC and phone], Bluetooth, and XM satellite radio (subscription sold separately), a 10-way power driver's seat, heated and cooled driver's and front passenger's seat and a vehicle information system with a 7-inch LCD screen."

The 2008 Infiniti M Sport Package, according to J.D. Power, is equipped with "Rear Active Steer, sport-tuned suspension, sport front seats [with additional side bolstering], sport steering wheel, aluminum pedal accents, sport body styling, and 19-inch wheels."

Infiniti 2008 options on the M are available primarily as packages. "The Technology Package," says J.D. Power, "adds an upgraded Bose stereo, DVD-based navigation with voice recognition, a RearView monitor and a 9.3 gigabyte Music Box hard drive." The 2008 Infiniti M Advanced Technology Package, also according to J.D. Power, "upgrades the Bose [stereo] to a 5.1 channel Studio Surround system, Lane Departure Prevention system, and adds a DVD-video [sic] to the center console." Cars.com reports that the Studio Surround system comes with 14 speakers and can play DVD-Audio discs. Kelley Blue Book reveals the Premium Package adds "dual-screen rear seat DVD video systems, heated and power-reclining rear seats and rear air conditioning."

Conclusion

While the 2008 Infiniti M is a dream car for gear heads who love technology and have deep pockets to check off every options box, those less inclined will find the base M well equipped at a price below its competition.

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