Infiniti M37 dimensions
Latest model: Infiniti M37 Sedan (2011)
Length: 194.7 (in) = 4945 (mm)
Width: 72.6 (in) = 1844 (mm)
Height: 59.1 (in) = 1501 (mm)
Compare Infiniti M37 dimensions to: Mercedes-Benz E350, Lexus GS 300, Lexus GS 350
Infiniti M37 details:
The 2011 Infiniti M37 is an appealing and engaging luxury sedan with loads of innovative features. It certainly deserves consideration before you settle on one of the established European entries, but its rough ride and occasionally frenetic driving feel may be a turn-off. Infiniti M37 Sedan offers the following pros: Strong performance; engaging handling; many innovative features; classy interior; lower price tag than European competitors. Infiniti M37 Sedan drawbacks are: Overly firm ride, especially with the Sport suite.
The 2011 Infiniti M37 is a midsize luxury sedan available in a lone trim level, though there is an M56 discussed in a separate review that is essentially the same vehicle but with a bigger motor and more traditional equipment.
The Infiniti M37 comes traditional with 18-inch wheels, automatic bi-xenon headlights, foglights, power-folding heated mirrors, automatic wipers, a sunroof, keyless ignition/entry, dual-zone automatic conditioning, leather upholstery, heated eight-way performance front seatings, driver memory functions, a performance tilt-and-telescoping steering column, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, rearview camera, Bluetooth and a six-speaker audio with a CD player, optional audio/visual slot, Ipod interface and radio.
The Luxury suite adds heated and ventilated front seatings, a heated helm, a navigator (with voice control, real-time traffic and real-time weather) and a 10-speaker Bose audio with streaming Bluetooth stereo and digital audio cargo. The Deluxe Touring suite adds a performance back sunshade, an in-car air purifier, updated leather upholstery and dashboard trim, and a 16-speaker Bose surround-sound audio. The Sport suite (not available with all-wheel drive) adds 20-inch wheels, summer tires, sport-tuned suspension and brakes, four-wheel active steering, sport seatings and steering wheel, and original look look-and-feel components. This requires the Luxury suite and can't be ordered with Deluxe Touring. The Sport Touring suite adds the surround-sound audio, air purifier and performance sunshade to the Sport suite. The Technology suite contains adaptive cruise control, a lane departure warning and prevention system, blind-spot warning system, forward collision warning system, adaptive headlights and the "eco pedal" that offers feedback to the driver to encourage economical driving. .