Pricing for the first Infiniti diesel saloon, the Infiniti M30d, has been announced, with sales beginning in October 2010.
The Infiniti M30d price starts at 36,650 GBP and this model developed especially for Europe will come fitted with a 3.0-litre V6 piezo-injection diesel that produces 238 PS (175 kW) and 550 Nm of torque. With this engine the Infiniti M30d sprint from 0 to 100 Km/h in 6.9 seconds and hit a top speed of 250 Km/h, all this with CO2 emissions of 199 grams per Km.
As far as fuel consumption the Infiniti M30d returns 37.7 mpg in a combined cycle, and the car’s 80-litre tank enables a potential cruising range of over 80
By moving up in the range the Infiniti M30d GT price starts at 39,250 GBP and reaches 46,600 for the range topping M30d S Premium version.
For the complete Infiniti M30d price list as well as details regarding standard features on each model check out the press release below.
Infiniti press release :
    *   All-new M30d to cost from £36,750 – and exclusively for Europe
    * Massive 550 Nm torque and under 200 g/km CO2
    * Responsive 238 PS V6 for 0-100 km/h in 6.9 seconds
    * Perfectly poised rear-wheel drive handling, S versions with 4-Wheel Active Steer
    * Cabin a new Infiniti benchmark for sensuousness and spaciousness
    * Premium versions equipped as standard with Infiniti’s biggest-ever array of intelligent safety systems
    * Joins M37 petrol from October (depending on country) 

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ROLLE, Switzerland (September 6, 2010) –Prices and specifications are
confirmed today for the Infiniti M30d, Europe’s newest, boldest and
most individual high performance diesel sedan.
Featuring Infiniti’s first engine developed specifically for Europe –
a 3.0-litre V6 piezo-injection diesel with massive 550 Nm of torque and
CO2 emissions of 199 g/km – the M30d is available in five
grades, ranging from well equipped to nothing left out, and costs from
£36,750. Sales begin in October, depending on market, but the car is
available now for inspection, and online configuring, at
The 238 PS (175 kW), 250 km/h M30d ticks all the boxes in the
performance sedan sector and offers a unique design combined with highly
innovative technological features already known from the Infiniti M37,
including the world’s first Blind Spot intervention TM
system. Also included are genuine Infiniti features such as the
exclusivity and a single-minded focus on the highest standards of
customer service through Infiniti’s Total Ownership Experience.
As well as being its most European car ever, the M30d is Infiniti’s
most dynamic sedan, both to drive and to look at. Its “front-midships”
engine position and rear-wheel drive guarantee on-road poise, its
sweeping body contours provide athletic looks – and a clear link to the
M’s design inspiration, the Essence supercoupé concept with its
beautiful interpretation of wind and wave forms.
Infiniti’s obsession with the best natural materials reaches new
heights in the M30d’s soft-feel cabin where features such as sensuous
aniline leather and hand-buffed silver powder-coated wood trim are
available. Infiniti’s biggest and best appointed sedan interior yet is
backed up by a 450-litre boot.
The M30d is also Infiniti’s most technologically advanced car with a
comprehensive suite of intelligent driver aids/anti-collision systems
available, collectively badged Dynamic Safety Shield. Debut luxury
features available include Active Noise Control and Forest Air™, an
innovative climate control system designed to promote alertness and
relieve stress. 
The M30d in Premium form, expected to be the most popular, is
similarly unbeatable in its provision of standard safety technologies.
They include the world-first application of Blind Spot Intervention™, a
system which registers nearby vehicles and helps ensure the Infiniti
cannot stray into their path.
The M30d accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 6.9 seconds and has a top
speed electronically limited to 250 km/h. Fuel consumption on the
combined cycle is 37.7mpg while at the official extra-urban consumption
the 80-litre tank provides a potential cruising range of more than 80
miles. CO2 emissions are 199 g/km.
M30d – from £36,750
The entry model is equipped as standard with features that include:
7-speed automatic transmission, bi-Xenon lights, 10-way power front
seats, reversing camera, parking sensors front and rear, heated steering
wheel, hard disk drive (HDD) sound system and Infiniti’s new Drive Mode
Selector which tailors key driving parameters to Sport, Normal, Snow
and Eco settings.
M30d GT – from £39,250
The GT builds on the M30d spec with an emphasis on even more luxury.
Standard features include: semi-aniline leather, heated and ventilated
front seats, Active Front Light system (AFS) and White Ash wood trim
with silver powder finish.
M30d S – from £41,250
The more sporting choice, the S introduces 4-Wheel Active Steering
(4WAS), sports suspension, sports seats (also heated and ventilated),
magnesium gearshift paddles and 20-inch alloy wheels inspired by those
of the Essence concept car.
M30d GT Premium – from £44,600
M30d S Premium – from £46,600
Premium versions build on the respective GT or S models by adding
every M Line feature available, including Blind Sport Intervention TM,
Intelligent Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning and Prevention and
other technologies comprising the Dynamic Safety Shield. Also included
are Forest AirTM, a 16-speaker Bose® Premium Surround sound
system and Infiniti’s acclaimed Connectiviti+ information and
entertainment platform comprising 30GB HDD navigation.
With so many features included as standard, there are just three
options available: metallic paint (£665) a temporary spare wheel (in
place of repair kit, £90) and, for the GT and S, the Connectiviti+ HDD
multimedia navigation system (£2350).
The M30d joins the V6 petrol M37 in an M range that expands further
in 2011 with the innovative M35h. The Hybrid’s arrival will complete a
trio of V6-powered luxury sedans, all with strong driver focus and
Infiniti’s signature blend of technology and craftsmanship, to offer
buyers a compelling alternative to the usual suspects of Europe’s
executive-car hierarchy.

Source: Infiniti