Sunday, August 7, 2016

150k Miles Young: 2010 Infiniti M35


If you are big fan of the warbly exhaust note from Nissan's legendary VQ35 V6, you be tempted to get a late model Nissan 350Z or an Infiniti G35 coupe...but what if you want something with a decent sized backseat and a plush ride?  Don't worry, Nissan didn't forget about the needs of old people.  Find this 2010 Infiniti M35 here on eBay bidding for $2,950 with a few hours to go, located in Vienna, VA.


The M35 is powered by a VQ35HR V6 that puts 306 horsepower out of its 3.5 liter V6, which does an admirable job of hustling the 3845 lb rear-drive sedan with a 7-speed automatic gearbox.  The M35 isn't as sharp as a BMW 5-series, but it is much more entertaining to drive than a similar Lexus or Acura.



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3 comments:

  1. So why is the engine bay shot of a 2.5l? Dealer mixing up the photo albums or some odd engine transplant / replacement....hmm....

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  2. As a product planner, seeing old babies I launched become used car bargains comes with mixed emotions. Of course, that's the over-chromed, minor change version...

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  3. The ebay thing appears to be gone.

    These were...okay. Nothing I'd part with a (then) ten-year-old E39 BMW for. Not even close.

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