2011 Infiniti M Pricing Announced
If you're eagerly anticipating the release of the re-designed 2011 Infiniti M sedan but weren't sure how much of a hit it would be to your wallet, you won't have to wait until they hit dealer showrooms in March.
The M37, powered by a 330 horsepower V6 engine, will start at $46,250. It's a little bit cheaper than last year's model even though it has more power and sips less gas than the outgoing model. The all-wheel drive option adds another two grand to the asking price.
The V8-powered M56 will start at $57,550 and adds the extra heft of a 420-horsepower drive train to Infiniti's flagship offering. Interior amenities on the M56 include a hard drive for music storage with touch-screen navigation for the driver.
Standard options for both trims of the new M-series include a drive mode selector that modifies the suspension for more spirited driving, active noise control for cabin ambience and a key-based memory system that allows driver settings for temperature, navigation and audio to be input each time the car is started.
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- Gregg Fidan
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