Used 2004 INFINITI M45 Review

Edmunds expert review

A capable Japanese sedan that makes a worthwhile alternative to Germany's midsize stalwarts.

What's new for 2004

Infiniti has moved the CD changer from the glovebox to the dash. Several of last year's options are standard for 2004, including heated outside mirrors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with Homelink and compass, two-position memory for the driver seat, a tire-pressure monitoring system and a full-size spare tire. The navigation system (with voice recognition technology) is now available as a stand-alone option.

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