I have several problems since I get the car
I we'll like to return the car bak for deferent one
2010 Infiniti M35Hybrid deserter - 06/04/2012
An expanding family meant going from a hybrid to a larger car. Going from 43mpg to 22mpg is not as shocking when you are able to find room to enjoy family drives with such luxuries as vented seats, smoother ride, adaptive headlights,etc. I expect to have this vehicle for 2-3 years and am very pleased with the comfort and performance of the car. The only real complaint is interior surfaces, mainly the door trim, is showing fatigue. The lower storage cubbys on the doors are beginning to peel back a bit. Lacking the ability to stream Bluetooth audio is being compensated with a hard lined connection. All in all it is a very nice car for our needs and am happy overall.
2010 Infiniti M35 - Great w/ 1 Note
2010 Infiniti M35GPB - Houston, TX07/14/2011
The styling is understated, especially in comparison to the new 2011 model. The interior compares quite favorably to Mercedes E-Class or 5 series BMW, with superior technology. The controls (radio, GPS...) are a bit cluttered and the ones on the right are hard to reach, but I got used to it fairly quickly. Gas mileage seems pretty poor for a car of this size (and it takes premium). Generally the car rides well. There is only one glaring problem - recognized by Infiniti in 2009, but not in 2010 models - the 7 speed transmission is very rough and, in my opinion, downshifts too early at speeds below around 45. If you're in traffic it's VERY noticeable (at least to me, not to the wife). If you do a lot of highway driving, you won't notice much. Other than that one complaint, it's a great car and due to the new 2011 styling it is available at a very good price.
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