Having had a Nissan Maxima prior to getting the Inifiniti we were confident we would be getting an above average, reliable product, considering the Nissan/Infiniti relationship.
We took a chance by selecting a model that was in a neighboring state, but were not disappointed when it arrived. It is exactly what we wanted, not only is it a fantastic looking vehicle but handles great. It's performance and "giddy-up-go" makes it a lot of fun to drive. It has every bell and whistle that we wanted and we couldn't be more pleased with this vehicle.
Very Nice Car
2007 Infiniti M35Jeff - Bethesda, MD02/24/2009
Needed to change from my 2001 BMW 530 as maintenance costs were mounting and needed more room in the back seat for growing kids. You could really not ask for anything more from the interior of this car as far as comfort and fit (at this price level). Driver's seat is extremely comfortable. Love the sound system and heated/cooled seats in the front. This car has the Premium package with the DVD player in the back. The kids will get a lot of mileage out of this with movies, videogames, etc.
The car drives nicely, and has the "sportier" handling I'm used to with the BMW. The smoother rides of the Lexus and Acura did not work as well for me.
The only two drawbacks I see:
-- The navigation system cannot be programmed touching the screen. This was upgraded in the 2008 model.
-- The engine is noisier than I'm used to at higher speeds. Not a huge deal but a 6th gear might be in order for this engine.
Awesome car with great figures and a great price.
2010 Infiniti M35Connie - charlotte, NC07/13/2014
Yes I would recommend the Infinti M35 nice luxury spacious seating inside of the car. The of the car is a smooth eazy ride good on gas. I keep my oil changed and maintenance up on my car clean car inside and outside. And I only drive my car no one else.
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