2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid: Video Road Test and Review

The Infiniti M35h is a four door five passenger hybrid luxury sedan that offers all the comforts of the standard M37 in a greener gas/electric package that starts at $53,700.  The M35h is powered by the combination of a 3.5 Liter six cylinder internal combustion engine combined with an electric motor that produce a total of 360 HP as well as 258 lb-ft worth of hydrocarbon burning torque and an additional 199 lb-ft of lithium ion electrified thrust being channeled through a seven speed electronically controlled transmission that is good for an estimated 27 MPG in the city and as much as 32 MPG on the highway thanks to features like regenerative braking.

Just like the rest of the lineup, the M35h rides on a set of 18 inch wheels, the only difference being the unique double piston shock absorbers being hidden behind them that are tuned to handle both high and low frequency vibrations and are designed to ensure both a flat and smooth ride.  The M35h comes from the factory with a six speaker AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo and a seven inch display with integrated rear view camera, however there is also a Bose premium 10 speaker unit with an eight inch touch screen Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation unit with 3D building display available as an option.  Infiniti also offers optional convenience features like XM NavTraffic and NavWeather as well as Zagat Survey guide to help take luxury cars owners to a new level of fuel efficient indulgence.

A lsit of cars similar to the M35h include the 2012 Lexus GS450h, 2012 Mercedes Benz E350 BlueTEC and 2012 Fisker Karma.

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