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The 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid review

Posted on October 13, 2010 in Infiniti


The new 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid offers greater fuel economy with improved features, it is midsize luxury sedan that comes along with responsive engine and good styling exterior looks. The machine boasts of a conventional automatic transmission engine, the new Hybrid machine comes with new gasoline engine that is the variant of M sedan version. The latest Infiniti machine is a new breed hybrid machine under the Infiniti brand while its parent company Nissan has already produced the Altima Hybrid machine. The company has received the car’s hybrid system license from Toyota, the new Hybrid machines possesses tucked tails and varied other hybrid features.

The new Infiniti’s M hybrid machine consists of the Nissan application using VQ series V6 engine. The new variant is fixed with a 3.5-liter engine giving the output of 302 horsepower and with the electric supply of power the machine gives 67 more horsepower units. The total combined power and the output of the machine stands at 369 hp. The machine consists of a special seven speed automatic transmission option that sends the power to the rear wheels, it is luxury sedan that runs on battery power and it even runs with the combination of two. The electrical power of the machine is stored in a lithium ion battery pack that is located in the M Hybrid’s trunk and backseat.

The new Infiniti hybrid system is expected to give greater and better fuel economy with improved machine options and equipments. The fuel economy of the machine stands at 24 mpg city and 32 mpg for the highway while the GS 450 hybrid machine gives the fuel economy estimates of 22 mpg for city and 25 mpg for the highway. The M hybrid machine weighs at over 4,125 pounds.



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