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The Infiniti M is fully reinvented for 2011. With a dynamic new look inside and out, new creature comforts and a choice of two more powerful – and more fuel-efficient – engines, the newest Infiniti M is truly worthy of wearing the halo car crown for Infiniti.
The V6-powered M35 gets a significant bump in horsepower, from 275 to 303. The rear-wheel drive M35 also receives a new seven-speed automatic transmission, while the all-wheel drive variant receives HID head lamps and Infiniti's Adaptive Front lighting System.
The Infiniti M enjoys an exterior facelift and multiple lesser interior enhancements while gaining a new, all-wheel drive M45x variant. The 2008 lineup also sees Lane Departure Prevention technology added to the existing Lane Departure Warning system and M Sport models replaced by an available Sport Package for rear-drive versions of both M35 and M45.
Not long ago if you asked luxury car buyers what names most impressed them, you'd likely find the answer evenly split between American, European and Japanese makes. On the other hand, if you asked a group of hard-core driving enthusiasts what names most impressed them, the Europeans pretty much stole the show. Thanks to cars like Infiniti's M35 (and its V8-powered stablemate, the M45) that image is changing fast. Not only can these two midsize sedans match their European counterparts in the areas of luxury, power and performance, they also hold exemplary customer satisfaction and long-term repair records, as well as strong long-term resale values.