Used Infiniti M cars for sale

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Infiniti M

3.0d Diesel Automatic Saloon, Fantastic Specification. Superb Value 4-Door

£9,499
2010(60)
£178.40 per month
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  • 87,106
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
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Infiniti M

3.0 M30D 4DR Automatic

 
£17,488
2014(64)
£346.10 per month
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  • 37,767
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
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Infiniti M

3.0D S Premium 4Dr Auto Diesel Saloon

 
£17,495
2014(64)
£346.24 per month
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  • 24,641
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
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Infiniti M

3.7 V6 S Premium 4Dr Auto Petrol Saloon

 
£13,895
2013(62)
£270.68 per month
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  • 32,685
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 3.7L
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Used Infiniti M

A history lesson…

Infiniti isn't blessed with a particularly high profile in the UK, if only because it hasn't really tried to crack our domestic market with much enthusiasm until relatively recently.
 
Head over to America and they'll tell you that Infiniti is responsible for some seriously good, competitively priced cars that pump up the luxury and give the likes of BMW and Lexus a run for their money.
 
The Infiniti M is a range that originates from the late 1980s, although here in the UK we've only had access to its most recent generation which made its debut in 2011.
 
That means that you'll be able to pick from a small pool of used examples that are just starting to appear on the market. And based on the positive critical response and general quality on offer, you'd be a fool to turn your nose up at a second hand Infiniti M.
 
Bang for your buck
 
The Infiniti M comes in a number of different flavours. First up is the petrol-powered M37 which is equipped with a 3.7 litre V6 engine and can hit 62mph in just 6.2 seconds.
 
Next you have the M35h, which is a hybrid that combines a 3.5 litre petrol powerplant with an electric motor capable of generating a decent 67bhp. Basically, if you're doing under 20mph, the electric motor will be in use, making it ideal for stop-start commuting without sacrificing performance on the motorway.
 
Finally there's the M30d, which packs a 3.0 litre diesel engine and blends the economy of a hybrid with plenty of torque and power.
 
From an aesthetic point of view the Infiniti M range is relatively bold, since it looks a lot sportier than some of its German rivals and even encroaches on the Jaguar XF's territory with sweeping lines and a prominent rear end.
 
On the inside you'll feel like you've slipped into a quiet and very refined cocoon filled with all the technology you could ask for from a modern executive saloon.
 
You'll not be left wanting thanks to all of the airbags and crumple zones that Infiniti has worked into the M, while advanced climate control that caters to each person in the car is a nice touch. It's so advanced that you can filter out both pollution and extraneous noise for total interior relaxation.
 
What you'll pay
 
The Infiniti M may be scarce, but you'll still find them for sale in certain places with an asking price of about £21,000 for models registered on a 60 plate. At this price you're getting a lot of car for your money and also paying much less than you would for an equivalently specified and aged BMW 5 Series or Mercedes-Benz E Class.
 
What to check
 
Since the Infiniti M has only been on British shores for a couple of years, there isn't too much to worry about, with the solid workmanship and reliability of parent firm Nissan bleeding through to this luxury marque.
 
If you're buying used and it's still under warranty, make sure everything is in good nick and make note of even the most minor aesthetic dings, because this all counts when coming to a decision on price.
 
Parts
 
There's a pretty decent scheme providing Infiniti M owners with servicing after purchase, but you'll have to actually find dealers where this work can be carried out. Thankfully the Nissan links mean that it shouldn't be too tough.
 
How it drives
 
Each Infiniti M features a rear wheel drive setup to rival BMW and the diesel in particular boasts a very impressive amount of torque, if that's the kind of thing that you're after. Meanwhile the long wheelbase helps to improve the handling and give the driver a more engaging experience behind the wheel.
 
Infiniti's love of electronics extends to the Infiniti Drive system which comes packaged with each M. There are four settings for this platform, letting you switch between a default arrangement and either Eco, Sport or Snow, depending on your mood and the conditions. Smooth gear changes are assured thanks to the 7 speed auto box and like other current contenders it's got plenty of assists on hand to keep you moving in the right direction.

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