2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid Priced at $53,700
The 2012 Infiniti M35h hybrid has been priced at $53,700, excluding a destination charge of $875.
Considering its estimated fuel-economy rating of 27/32 mpg city/highway, this is a very good price for the V-6-equipped luxury hybrid sedan.
The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid is more fuel efficient at 41/36 mpg and at $34,605, it costs less, but features less power and is smaller.
The closest competitor to the Infiniti is the Lexus GS 450h, which has a starting price of $58,050 and gets worse gas mileage.
The Infiniti M35h gets standard 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, heated front seats, a passive smart key entry system and push-button start, 7-inch display, backup camera, Bluetooth connectivity and a power-sliding moonroof.
The Infiniti M35h goes on sale March 16th - but as always, we recommend you wait several months so that supply catches up to demand and you can get a much better deal then.
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- Gregg Fidan
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