360-horsepower hybrid
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The 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid

360-horsepower hybrid
Starting at $54,595, the 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid costs $6,000 more than the V-6 version of Infiniti’s M37 -- the car the M Hybrid is based upon. In hybrid form, the mid-size sport sedan is the first car to achieve 360 horsepower and an EPA fuel economy rating of 32 miles per gallon on the highway.
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Options
Among the options available is the Forest Air system, which alternates the vents through which the air flows to mimic a natural breeze.
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Pure electric speed limits
The M Hybrid can travel as a pure electric up to a speed of 62 mph when accelerating and up to 85 mph when coasting. Far from an unnoticeable transition between electric and gasoline power, the car shimmied when the engine took over during a test drive.
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Comfortable ride
The ride quality of the hybrid was found to be quite comfortable but the noise was ever-so-slightly more than expected for a car at this price point.
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A hybrid of power and fuel economy
The M Hybrid hits a sweet spot, marrying enough luxury trimmings to satisfy the hedonistic with great off-the-line performance and fuel economy that won’t make luxury-oriented greenies cringe.
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