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The 2010 Infiniti Ms come well equipped with standard features, while options packages increase technology, luxury, and comfort to new levels.
Standard features include all power features; a crisp-sounding AM/FM/XM/CD changer with auxiliary input; Bluetooth; automatic climate control; keyless entry and push-button ignition; a sunroof; and leather upholstery. Cars.com adds to that list "voice recognition" for the radio, HVAC, and phone; Bluetooth; and "XM satellite radio (subscription sold separately)." Kelley Blue Book notes there's also "a power tilt and telescoping steering column," and points out the steering wheel has "switches to operate the audio, cruise control, phone and vehicle information functions."
Options on the 2010 M35 and M45 include climate-controlled seats, DVD navigation, and a Sport Package that brings Rear Active Steer (a system that helps improve stability in tight corners and quick lane changes), 19-inch five-split spoke wheels, sport-bolstered and trimmed front seats, a sport steering wheel and shifter, aluminum trim, and pedal accents. 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 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."
The 2010 Infiniti M is luxuriously equipped; high-tech options will appeal to geeks and gearheads with deep pockets.