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Nissan Guam unveils 2010 Infiniti-M

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The new 2010 Infiniti-M was unveiled today at the Nissan showroom in Upper Tumon. Exterior features of the vehicle include UV-reducing solar glass, and a power sliding glass moonroof. The interior design includes enhanced intelligent key memory for audio, climate control and navigation settings, as well as a battery saver to help prevent accidental discharging if electrical accessories are left on.

You can also enjoy leather seating, Japanese ash wood trims, and a six-speaker audio system, to name a few other accoutrements.

General Sales Manager Brian Downey said,"I think with this vehicle, they've captured the best of both, but really the slant is toward luxury and for me that's a little exciting, I'd rather see in this vehicle, it would be the luxury vehicle. It does perform. It does have a motor in it and it has all these cool stuff, but you'll see that the interior point is really, really stunning."

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