Infiniti M Prices Revealed

Infiniti has revealed the pricing for its new M37 5-series rival - and it's two grand less than the BMW.

The new rear-drive, V6 M37 saloon is on sale at 35,150, undercutting its BMW rival, the £37,300 535i SE by £2150.

The 316bhp M37 - which is limited to 155mph and sprints to 62mph from rest in 6.2secs - is the first of a three-tier range of M Line Infiniti saloons.

The petrol-powered M37 will be joined in October by the 235bhp, 406lb ft turbodiesel M30d, while a hybrid version - the M35h - will go on sale in spring 2011.

The £35,150 price is the bottom of the model's trim range. Next up the ladder is the M37GT (from £37,650), and the M37S (from £39,650). At the top of the range are 'Premium' versions of the GT and S models, and which cost £43k and £45k respectively.

If you fancy one, you'd better live quite near to Reading - because that, for now, is the only place you can buy an Infiniti in the UK. If you can bear to hang on just a little longer, however, there will be 'Infiniti Centres' opening in Birmingham, Glasgow and Central London by the end of the year...

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  • Nick_Johnson 19 Jul 2010

    Nissan know how to build a good car as they have show with 350z and the GTR but when looking back on there last attempt of a luxury car the Maxima QX the result was not so convincing.

    I would think this would be a little different (RWD etc) but in all honestly I think I will take an E-Class or a 5 Series, if you dont mind!

  • Stu R 19 Jul 2010

    At that price, they're staying niche for a while before they get ravaged by depreciation imo.

    I don't mind them though smile

  • Frimley111R 19 Jul 2010

    Without decent diesels they'll have very limited appeal.

  • BBS-LM 19 Jul 2010

    Well that looks nearly as good as the a Subaru!

  • nelly_h 19 Jul 2010

    Frimley111R said:
    Without decent diesels they'll have very limited appeal.
    The diesel coming in is from Renault. Whilst decent, it's not going to match a beemer unit for power, economy or finesse.

    It's nice to see Infiniti coming to the UK, but I can't see them getting away from being very niche indeed in this county. Lexus have been around for years and still managed only 7,266 sales all last year with a decent dealer network and wider range, I can't see Infiniti selling 1,000 cars for a few years.

    It'll be interesting to see how long they're willing to hang around in the UK if the cars are really slow to sell.

    Edited by nelly_h on Monday 19th July 13:11

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