Infiniti Increases Prices for M37 and M56
Unlike BMW and Mercedes-Benz, who have dropped prices for their all-new luxury large cars, Infiniti is hiking theirs.
Effective immediately, the 2011 Infiniti M models receive a price bump on the M37 ($250) and M56 ($350).
Revised sticker prices are $47,375 for the Infiniti M37, $49,525 for the Infiniti M37x AWD, $58,775 for the Infiniti M56, and $61,275 for the Infiniti M56x AWD. ($875 destination and handling fees included.)
Speculation as to the price hike: could be that sales of the flagship Infiniti are up 45 percent on the year.
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