They created, they listened, they updated – Infiniti M35h GT

New and improved- the Infiniti M35h GT!

We spoke briefly about the release of the Infiniti M35h in April (see here). Well now they have come back to the table with an updated version and it’s £3070 less – result!

The 3.5 V6 is known for being the fastest acceleration in its class of hybrids, The emissions on both models are below the 160g/km which is even more savings to your pocket.

Infiniti M35GT

Infiniti M35 GT

Customers have given their feedback on the Infiniti M35h GT and it’s good to know they have listened. There is now a separate option of Connectiviti+, Infiniti’s navigation/entertainment system.  This is available on GT and S models at a highly competitive £1800 – a price that also includes one of the most sophisticated climate control systems available, Forest Air®.

Also available on the M versions are the luxurious options of semi-aniline leather seat facings, heated and ventilated front seats, bi-Xenon headlights with Adaptive Front-Lighting System (AFS), alloy wheels and White Ash wood trim finished with real silver powder. Oh and I also forgot a soft-closing boot function… great!

As before if you want more from your ride and have the extra funds, Premium models will have large alloy wheels, 4 wheel active Steering, and sports suspension, brakes and seats along with black lacquer trim in the cabin.

Also in the premium models are safety modules including Blind Spot InterventionTM, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) and Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Prevention (LDP).

So there you have it, the Infiniti M35h GT is a new age car packed full of goodies. But how do you really rate a hybrid car such as this? What’s more important, (being green, eco, luxury)? We would love to hear your thoughts.

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What do you think of the Infiniti M35h GT?

Andrew Kirkley
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  • 4th July 2012

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