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First Impressions: 2007 M35 Review


This is for the Infiniti M35. There are three of the M35; “base”, M35x—all drive, and M35 Sport—with sport and rear wheel steering. review is for the base model—though optioned.

Sticker is $41,000, but was loaded and came to nearly It’s a sport/luxury sedan competes against the Lexus GS, A6, and in between the BMW 5- series. With than 300 horsepower and somewhat styling, I wasn’t sure how it would fare.


Upon closer inspection, it looks pretty damn The styling is subtle but really Grows on you. Probably to cops which means tickets

Interior. Gorgeous Seats that are very yet well bolstered for spirited

All the electronics gadgets you could want. Most importantly, blue tooth so you can talk free. This will law next year in California.


The Infiniti M35 offers a lot of But at $50k as tested, is it enough? And less than 300hp (it has would it be enough to keep up the big dogs? Let’s see… the car.

Not sure why the “Start has become so in vogue, but, the Toyota Hybrids, the M35 has a key fob that needs to be “in the car” to start. is a small chamber that the key fob. Stick the key in there separately, keep your on the brake and hit the “start” button.

Interesting but perhaps overkill.

The fit and finish is immaculate. High paint and tidy engine (though overly protected by covers) falls in line the excellence that Infinity has over the years. Firm soaks up speed bumps being too jarring. Not as plush as an but on par with a BMW.

No rattles and noise at highway speed is quiet. Chassis feels solid..

Interior Comfort and

Comfortable yet supportive front air conditioning and heating for your are a nice treat—especially the cooling Rear seat room is good for leg and head space. Toe is acceptable. Rear seat is for passengers and easy to strap a seat in to. Multi-function command is a bit overwhelming, similar to the i-drive of a it takes some learning to and may not be possible to use completely hands-free.

Rosewood trim was matte in looked almost synthetic. clock that is signature to still isn’t as easy to as a digital. Awesome feature is the tire pressure readout—let’s you inflation for all 4 tires. Another feature is the seat moves and steering wheel up when you the car.

When you start it everything moves back in to The worst feature is the Lane Warning (LDW); it buzzes you switch lanes at 45+ mph without I couldn’t figure out how to disable the LDW and it was annoying.

The rear-view backup camera a lot of points, though.


for “only “275hp, this hauls. Engine feels yet still revvable though a bit above 5000 rpm. is secure and body lean is absent.

This car shines on freeway expanses and cruises at 80mph. Quick squirts 80 to 100 were uneventful and powerful and the remains very quiet. off the Vehicle Dynamic Control allowed satisfying wheel from the rear wheels pressed.

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This car feels light on it’s There isn’t a lot of body it’s surprisingly responsive and lighter than it’s The electronic stability feature Dynamics Control) cut in a little than perhaps the real of the car.

For most folks, it’s not even noticeable under conditions.


I admit I have never really much attention to this The shape blends in with the of the aero styled sedans. But the Infiniti G35 that is derivative of the BMW …” 3 series, upon inspection, the M35 is actually more

In fact, the more I looked at the the more I appreciated it. It’s and flowing from the front steep windshield and high By the end of the ride, I was really warming up to it.

Fifty Thousand dollars is a lot of And it’s a competitive price The M35 doesn’t have the most or the best handling but it is a very combination. It is an excellent high-speed car with ample room for 4. It refinement and luxury yet sportiness the manual shifting option and good handling. 18/25 mpg is for a car of these capabilities.

Interior gadgets such as blue tooth, tire monitoring, backup camera, and surround-sound Bose stereo pretty much all the amenities you


Who should buy it?

If you’ve got a commute, frequently haul at one or more person(s), and you appreciate a ride with good you’ll be impressed. I’d strongly the M35 if you’re shopping for a BMW 5-series or A6.

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