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Original MSRP: $41,450 - $50,550
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2007 Infiniti M Review

This review was written when the 2007 Infiniti M was new.

The M delivers a capable ride, powerful performance and advanced technology features that make it a very competitive luxury sedan. If you're in the market for a luxury car, you should also consider the BMW 5-Series and Mercedes E-Class.

The 2007 Infiniti M is praised by critics for its strong performance, upscale interior and long list of standard features that make it very competitive with the BMW 5-Series, Mercedes E-Class, Acura RL and Lexus GS. Forbes reports, "We can attest to its great driving dynamics and almost-excellent design elements; the question now is, will you take the time to check it out as well? We think you should." With a lower starting sticker price, the M may be the best deal in its class. The Chicago Sun-Times says "The M is a no-excuses player in the sports/luxury sedan field, and its price advantage is icing on the cake."

Consumer Guide named the 2007 Infiniti M a "Best Buy" and Edmunds' editors awarded it "Most Wanted Sedan under $45,000". IntelliChoice gives the M35 a value rating of "better than average" for its predicted five-year total cost of ownership as compared to other vehicles in its class.

The M comes as either the six-cylinder M35 or the eight-cylinder M45. The M35 comes in three available trims: the base rear-wheel drive, the M35 Sport (adds a sport tuned suspension and trim options) and the M35x (all-wheel drive). The M45 comes in two trims: the base rear-wheel drive and the M45 Sport (adds sport tuned suspension and trim options).

Review Last Updated: 5/5/08

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