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New Infiniti M35h hybrid Business Edition released

Infiniti’s “no compromises” approach to luxury performance motoring reaches new heights with a special version of the Infiniti M35h hybrid optimised for business users.

Efficient, tax-friendly hybrid power during the working week combines with performance and Infiniti driving appeal to make private motoring memorable.

A balance of abilities across key areas means the new limited edition model can tick all the right boxes – including offering £399 per month finance deal (conditions apply).

With 0-62mph in just 5.5 seconds, the M35h Business Edition – recorded as the world’s fastest-accelerating hybrid saloon in 2011 by Guinness World Records – is also loaded with driver appeal, but not at the expense of fuel consumption. That’s 40.9mpg on the combined cycle, but with zero consumption, and zero CO2 emissions, when the innovative hybrid system employs silent all-electric power for driving in congested city streets.

With on-the-road prices from £42,020 the Business Edition includes advanced Connectiviti+ navigation. CO2 of 159g/km guarantees 20% Write Down Allowance (WDA), while on the personal tax front the M35h Business Edition falls into the 22% company car tax band for 2012/13.

“For the first time we have been able to create the perfect business Infiniti in the performance luxury class,” said Infiniti regional director Tony Lewis. “The M35h Business Edition is the complete package for company drivers and will build on the fleet success we have already had with the M35h in GT Premium trim.

“Whether for the sales director on 30,000 miles a year or the chairman on one third that mileage, the M35h Business Edition ticks all the boxes. Never has business driving been so exciting or personal motoring so pleasurable.”

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