/2011 Infiniti M37 Priced From £35,150

2011 Infiniti M37 Priced From £35,150

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The new Infiniti M37, Japan’s answer to BMW 5-Series, is going on sale in Britain starting from £35,150, which is about two grand cheaper than the German rival. The car comes with 5 different trim levels, all powered by a 3.7-litre petrol V6 developing 316 bhp, which enables the M37 to accelerate from 0-62mph in 6.2 seconds and reach a limited top speed of 155 mph, while averaging 27.7 mpg and emitting  235 g/km of CO2.

Standard equipments on all models include 7-speed automatic transmission, bi-Xenon lights, 10-way power front seats, reversing camera, hard disk drive (HDD) sound system and Infiniti’s new Drive Mode Selector which tailors key driving parameters to Sport, Normal, Snow and Eco settings.

The M37 GT  which is priced from £37,650 adds semi-aniline leather, heated and ventilated front seats and White Ash wood trim with silver powder finish. Then there’s the M37S, from £39,650, which comes with 4-Wheel Active Steering (4WAS), sports suspension, sports seats (also heated and ventilated), gearshift paddles and 20-inch alloy wheels.

There are two premium versions, GT and S, starting from £43,000 and £45,000 respectively. These models list of features include Dynamic Safety Shield package, Forest Air, a 16-speaker Bose® sound system and Infiniti’s acclaimed Connectiviti+ information and entertainment platform comprising 30GB HDD navigation. They also benefit from Infiniti’s efficiency-boosting innovation, Eco Pedal. If driving too aggressively, the driver will feel the accelerator pedal “push back” to indicate fuel is being wasted.

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