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My old Infiniti I35 lasted me 200K miles without any major issue, it was recently totaled by a crazy driver on the freeway, it was a hit and run accident, I walked away from the car without a scratch.
No doubt, I have great confidence in the quality and reliability of the Infiniti brand, that is the precise reason I bought M37, it was a CPO used car from Infiniti dealer, with 27K miles on it.
I had the car for almost a week now (bought on new years eve, 2013), the engine is very powerful, and the power delivery is very smooth, compare with the other car we owned (Lexus ES300h), this is a much fun car to drive.
The car is heavy and feel very solid, I have no issue with the 7 speed transmission as mentioned by many here on this board, even when I floor the gas, the car just go, no hesitation, no delay. In my personal opinion, Infiniti is opted for smooth power delivery, and has very short 1st and 2nd gear, the shift is imperceptible to me, and create a luxurious smooth feeling, it also may be misinterpreted as a long gear shift time, but watch the speed build up so quickly, I do not think the car is slow or has problem in power delivery.
The interior of the car is very classy, you can feel the quality that built into this car, seat is very comfortable, back seats are good from passenger's point of view, as you completely cuddled by the seat and feel really relaxed, something you cannot measure using the common standards.
Obviously, I like this car, and think very highly of it, if anything from the past can serve as a guide, I think this car will be in my garage for a long time to come.
Why has Infiniti delayed the introduction of the 2014 model ? Is there a new model in the works?
I have a 2011 M37S with the same transmission issues listed above (very disappointing car). Had the re-flash etc., but, problems returned.
Anyone know of recent ECU updates from Infinity?