Although U.S. sales weren't very high until a 2005 redesign, Infiniti's M-series has proven that it can offer luxury and performance in a fun-to-drive package that rivals German competitors. Infiniti continues this legacy with the 2013 M37x.
An all-wheel drive counterpart to the rear-wheel drive M37, the $50,850 M37x sends most of its 330 horsepower to the rear wheels -- if the system senses a loss of traction, it electronically applies more power to the front wheels. A seven-speed automatic transmission has an optional Infiniti Drive Mode Selector that allows drivers to switch between throttle and shift presets for better performance or economy in a variety of driving conditions.Read more »
The M37x comes in only one trim level, but there's plenty of standard equipment: leather upholstery, Japanese Ash trim and heated front seats, for instance. Options include: 20-inch wheels, a sport-tuned suspension and a navigation system with a Zagat restaurant database and to-the-minute weather updates displayed on an eight-inch touchscreen.
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Love it or hate it styling, high-tech interior
One of the best all-wheel drive systems you can buy, costs more for comparable power
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