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Infiniti Prices 2010 M Luxury Sedan From $45,800

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Infiniti’s all-new 2011 M sedan may be just around the corner but the current model still has to soldier on until its arrival. The company today announced pricing on the outgoing 2010 M range, which has just hit showrooms all around the country.

The 2010 Infiniti M is once again available in a choice of refined V-8 and V-6 engines and in rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive configurations, as well with a selection of available premium, technology and sport packages--allowing buyers to select differing levels of performance, luxury and sportiness depending on personal tastes.

No major updates have been introduced for 2010 so thankfully prices have remained the same as last year.

This means that the range kicks off with the V-6 powered M35 at $45,800, with the M35x AWD next in line at $47,950 and the V-8 powered M45 starting at $52,150. Topping out the range is the flagship M45x AWD, which is priced from $54,650.

The only change for 2010 is that the Infiniti Mobile Entertainment System Package is now included only as part of the premium package on the M45, instead of as a stand-alone option. In addition, all models offer revised exterior and interior color selections and combinations.

The M35 models feature a 303 horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 with a 7-speed automatic transmission for the M35 and 5-speed automatic for the all-wheel drive M35x.  The M45 models utilize a 325 horsepower 4.5-liter V-8 and 5-speed automatic transmission.  Every 2010 Infiniti M comes equipped with a long list of standard luxury amenities, including leather seating, Bluetooth hands-free and a premium audio system.

A special Sport Package (rear-wheel drive models only) adds an advanced ‘Rear Active Steer’ system, sport-tuned suspension, 19-inch wheels and tires and unique body treatments.

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  1. If the essence concept does not make it to production, in which it should, they should incorporate the concepts styling into their production model, kind of like an infiniti 2.0 update. also they should build the essence no matter what, so they have a CLK, 6-series competitor.
     
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