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For 2013, the Infiniti M line gets only a few feature and package tweaks. Auto-dimming outside mirrors and an auto-close trunk lid are now standard, there's a new Performance Tire and Wheel package, and the Sport package can now be ordered on AWD models as well as the rear-wheel drivers (RWD).
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.
As the flagship sedan from Nissan's prestige division, the 2013 Infiniti M delivers A-list levels of luxury, style and performance, with an accent on performance. On the value front, the Infiniti M offers a host of upscale features as standard issue along with more standard horsepower than its BMW 5 Series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Lexus GS and Audi A6 competitors. Its ride quality may not exceed theirs, but that's a trade-off Infiniti accepted to ensure a dynamic driving experience. The 2013 Infiniti M lineup features an enticing array of models and drivetrains to choose from, including the value-packed M37, the 420-horsepower M56, a fuel-efficient hybrid version, and an available performance-oriented all-wheel drive (AWD) system.