Just got back from the Infiniti dealer, to have an allignment done.
I simply love the M45. I know people have criticized it for having a hard plastic dash, and some other interior quams.. I say who cares.. The interior is very nice looking. The clock is so contemprary looking, I love it.. The in dash 6 cd changer is awesome! heated and AC seats, with perforated leather.. beautiful.. The leather had a nice smell, I really like the sojourner leather.. I like the interior. I love the nice thick leather steering wheel, perforated as well. I think the interior is great, maybe the materials arn't as nice as they should be, but it all looks super great together.
Car has everything you could ever want.. it's so loaded with features, it's ridiculous. AC seats on a 90,000 CL are a 4,000 option.. outrageous..
How can you not love the fact it has two sunvisors. One big one that covers the front window or can slide to cover the drivers side window.. this also has an extension.. finally infiniti is keeping up with gm on this one.. however if you slide the visor to cover the drivers side window, it also has another visor that can still block out sun from the front windshield.. Two visors, and an extension.. Sunglass holder..
They wanted 50,000 for this one on the showroom floor.. lol, good luck.. A good 10,000 in markup there.
I saw a first year one used. I would definetely wait for a later model. Not having the indash changer kind of sucks, even if it's in the glovebox.
2003 was the first model, right? So in 2004 they moved over to the indash changer layout.. or was it just later in the 2003 model year?
Anyway I love the M. It's depreciating fast. With the new M coming out, it's only bound to lose more and more value.
I think it's one of the last modern cars, to retain some of the 90s styling.. The new M and just about every other car have new car styling.. I really like the big bold 90s styling cues of the M.
Love the new wheel, love the interior, love the 18s.. love it all. makes me want to sell the car I haven't even got yet
M45, the true successor to the G50.