A carry-over from 2006, the M35 is a four-door five-passenger sport sedan that features a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 275 horsepower linked to a five-speed automatic transmission. The Infiniti M35 comes available in Base and Sport Trim levels, with the Sport offered in all-wheel-drive configuration.Read more Read less
The Infiniti M sedans, fresh off a redesign, enter 2007 with a few new option packages and more standard features. A new Advanced Technology Package adds a Bose surround sound system, intelligent cruise control, a lane departure warning system, and satellite radio, while the Premium Package is no longer available on the all-wheel-drive and Sport M35. The Journey Package has been removed from the M45 and all-wheel-drive M35 sedans. Climate controlled seats are new standard equipment on the M45, as are automatic and adaptive xenon headlights.
Superior power; refinement; top-quality ergonomics; roomy; well-priced.
The 2007 Infiniti M35 and M45 continue to offer a range that should appeal to most luxury sedan buyers. Both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive are available on the M35, while those seeking V8 power can step up to the M45. Drivers who enjoy accelerating through the corners can opt for Sport versions of both the rear-wheel-drive M35 and M45. Pricing is competitive in its segment, and first-year reliability has been terrific.