Quality, Reliability, Fuel Economy, Features (Safety & Tech), Roomy, Infiniti Service, Very fast car
2012 Infiniti M35H - , 08/08/2013
This is the first hybrid i have ever owned and i was concerned about acceleration and power. I was pleasantly surprised, this car can move. it takes a little while to get used to how quiet it is, while in electric mode, but it's easy to get used to.
I traded in a Lexus 430LS and find the comfort in this car almost identical. the difference is at the pump, this car is much cheaper to run.
Lastly, I really like the look of this vehicle, it's personal preference, but I get a lot of compliments on it.
The M35h / Q70h has been the perfect car for me. The comfortable and quiet ride makes fighting through the worst traffic in the country less stressful. The interior design and materials are of extremely high quality (Japanese ash wood trim sprinkled with real silver dust!?!?). Finally, the fuel economy is an added bonus. There aren't many cars that are this powerful and quick that can give you 30+ miles per gallon. The only drawbacks are the sometimes rough transitions when the gas engine turns on/off and the tiny trunk compromised by the hybrid battery. Also, my 2012 model pre-dates the new LED headlamps and some nice exterior design tweaks. These are just nits though. I love this car.
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