Published Thursday, 21 April, 2011 by Michael Johnston.
Published Tuesday, 12 April, 2011 by Michael Johnston.
Published Monday, 11 April, 2011 by Michael Johnston.
Infiniti, the luxury automotive brand, will be gracing the Formula 1 racetrack for the next two-years! And, they're not planning to do it alone. Oh, no. They're joining forces with Red Bull Racing.
We at Beshoff Infiniti in San Jose, CA can't wait to see the ride this alliance is sure to bring. And, we're thrilled to see Infiniti bucking the recent trend of Japanese manufacturers withdrawing from the sport.
You might have previously read some initial specs on the new Infiniti M35h hybrid slated to go on sale this spring. We now have critical, new details to share with you, including price and mileage.
On February 23, Infiniti, priced its highly anticipated 2012 M35h hybrid at $53,700, not including any applicable destination charges. With an estimated fuel-economy rating of 27 mpg-city/32 mpg-highway, the V-6 -equipped luxury hybrid sedan it really is in…
The sense of opulence associated with Infiniti inflated at this year's 12th Annual ALG Residual Awards when the company was designated "2011 Best Luxury Brand" and the 2011 Infiniti QX56 was named "Best Luxury Fullsize Utility." For those of you not familiar with the ALG Residual Value Awards, they recognize automakers and specific vehicles in each industry segment that are predicted to retain the highest percentage of MSRP over three-years.
Praising the Infiniti…
In the fall of 2010, Infiniti estimated that its first-ever hybrid, the M35h, would get 25 mpg-city/30mpg-highway. They actually underestimated. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its official ratings for the vehicle; it gets 27 mpg-city/32 mpg-highway.
That's a better rating than many of Infiniti M35h's closest competitors, including the BMW ActiveHybrid models, the Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid, and the BMW 335d diesel. Not too shabby for the automaker's first hybrid?