2012 Infiniti M Hybrid Base Review
World's Fastest Hybrid Delivers Comfort, Luxury, Performance, And Savings At The Pump. — I am getting about 28 MPGs so far. I feel this is very impressive given the amount of HP the car has available when needed. I have the Deluxe, Premium, and Technology package. I'm quite happy with the comfort of the cabin. The seats are very comfortable as well as the overall roominess. The safety features and truly amazing as the car has brought itself to a stop when I tested it. Three things that I think Infiniti should have included on a car of this level would be LED dome lights, doors that would pull themselves shut if it didn't get shut all the way, and a full color LCD screen in the instrument cluster instead of the regular pixelated Nissan display. While the infotainment system overall is pretty good, there is some room for improvement such as the downloading of the phone book, better energy flow graphics, etc. I am impressed with the sound from the Bose system when using it with MP3s, CD, and FM. Satellite radio sucks due to how much they compress the audio stream so it would never sound good on any system.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Pros: Fantastic ride, quiet interior, advanced climate features, exceptional power for a hybrid.
Cons: Smaller trunk compared to the non-hybrid M.
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