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New 2013 Infiniti M37x Overview
The M sedan is Infiniti's flagship model, available as the V-6-powered M37 covered in this report and as the V-8 M56 model and M35h hybrid that are covered separately. The M37x is the all-wheel drive version of the M37 sedan.
New for 2013
The optional Sport Package is available on all-wheel-drive models and includes a firmer suspension, stronger brakes, 20-inch wheels and a different front design among its features. The Premium Package adds rear sonar and Infiniti Connection, a telematics system that can unlock doors remotely among other things. A new Performance Tire and Wheel Package includes 20-inch rims, performance tires and larger brakes.
The M37s's styling combines the taller presence of the previous-generation M with some of the curves seen on the current G37 sedan. A large grille sits low on the M's face, recalling the grille on the Essence, the concept vehicle that foretold the current model. In back, the tail rises slightly at the center. Exterior features include eighteen-inch alloy wheels, xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights, and heated, power-folding side mirrors.
The M's dashboard falls away from the driver, resulting in a spacious, open cabin. A wide panel with controls for the climate and optional navigation systems sits closer compared with the prior M, while the transmission retains a short, leather-wrapped gearshift. Upscale available materials include a suede-like headliner, faux-leather-stitched dashboard panels and wood trim with interlaced silver-powdered accents. Optional semi-aniline leather feels similar to a leather sofa, Infiniti says. Standard interior features include USB/iPod and Bluetooth connectivity, heated front seats, leather upholstery, power moonroof, push-button start, and backup camera. Additional options include a navigation system, Bose stereo, heated steering wheel, and heated and cooled front seats.
Under the Hood
The M37x's 3.7-liter V-6 makes 330 horsepower and 270 pounds-feet of torque; it pairs with a seven-speed automatic transmission. A knob controller, dubbed Infiniti Drive, allows drivers to program drivetrain settings — including accelerator sensitivity and transmission shift points — to Standard, Eco, Sport or Snow modes. Eco mode provides accelerator resistance to the driver's right foot if it detects inefficient driving habits; it also includes a yellow-to-green gauge indicator to show how efficiently you're driving.
Blind spot and lane departure warning systems are optional, as is Infiniti's Lane Departure Prevention system, which uses light braking to keep the M37x from drifting into an unintended lane. Standard safety features include six airbags, active front head restraints, antilock brakes, traction control, and an electronic stability system. A Blind Spot Intervention system, adaptive headlights, and a collision warning system are optional.
*Overview courtesy of Cars.com
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