Premium Package, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Rear View Camera, Navigation System, Front Seat Heaters
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.7L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 80K Miles, Black/Black
I previously owned an infiniti G35, got rid of it due to becoming a mommy. Got an SUV but got rid of it due to poor customer service with the dealer and I missed my G35. I started researching bigger family friendly luxury cars. The M37 gave me the most value for the buck. It has all the upgrades and I love everything about it! I travel a lot with my daughter and the truck is so spacious, actually the largest out of BMW, Acura, and Lexus. The back seat as well has lots of leg room! The car drives very smoothly and I have not had any problems with the Bluetooth as other reviews have complIned about. The best thing if all I took it to the dealer and it's as if I got it from them! Same great customer service I always had!
My first truly luxury car, albeit 2 model years old and 33K Miles at purchase. Definitely a very nice car, though smaller in the interior than my 2006 Avalon - which tho not luxury, is a "better" car for the cost and the features (not as "plush" on the seats and the sound insulation). Perhaps one of the best sedans ever made. However, Toyota failed to improve the Avalon in the redesign after 6 or 7 years in the 2012/3 redesign, so actually made it worse in several aspects in my humble opinion. Hence my jump to Infiniti. But the M series is already ended after only 4 model years ever made -- all Q series for 2014 and on. So a true "limited' edition in that sense, a great car with no lineage and no future. Prob makes it a GREAT value for those who care about neither.
Faulty factory transmission design. All the M37 has that delay transmission shifting gears. You can feel the car hesitates at times. I am not sure if the new infinity Q has this problem, but I will never buy another Nissan or Infinity again.