2011 Infiniti M Pricing Released
If you’re waiting for March 18 to get here so you can get your hands on a new Infiniti M sedan, we have one of the most vital specs you’ll need: the price. Sure, we learned all about the upgraded engines, interior and exterior designs late last year, but until you can attach a cash equivalent to those features, it’s hard to judge the cars for consumers.
The M37 with rear-wheel drive will start at $46,250, and the M37x all-wheel drive will start at $48,400; neither includes the destination charge of $865. Move up to the V-8 powered M56 rear-wheel drive, and the price moves up to $57,550, and the M56x all-wheel drive starts at $60,050.
Despite the significant redesign and new, more powerful engines we detail here, the M37 only gets a $450 price bump from the outgoing model. The M56 is $5,400 more but now includes a $3,350 Premium Package as standard equipment on top of the improved power and mileage. That means navigation, premium sound system, heated and cooled front seats and a heated steering wheel are standard on those models.