BMW ActiveHybrid 5 vs Infiniti M35h - specifications

  BMW ActiveHybrid 5 Infiniti M35h GT Premium
On the road price/total as tested £46,885/£55,650 £46,845/£47,524
Residual value (after 3yrs/36,000) £20,301/43.3% £15,131/32.3%
Depreciation £26,584 £31,714
Annual tax liability std/higher rate £1,838/£3,676 £2,021/£4,041
Annual fuel cost (12k/20k miles) £2,944/£4,907 £2,728/£4,546
Ins. group/quote/road tax band/cost 42/N/A/F/£135 46/£963/G/£170
Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service £400 (5yrs/60k) £250/£400/£250
Length/wheelbase 4,899/2,968mm 4,945/2,900mm
Height/width 1,464/1,860mm 1,500/1,845mm
Engine 6cyl in-line/2,979cc V6/3,498cc
Peak power/revs 302/5,800 bhp/rpm 302/6,800 bhp/rpm
Peak torque/revs 400/1,200 Nm/rpm 350/5,000 Nm/rpm
Electric motor power/torque 54bhp/210Nm 67bhp/270Nm
Transmission 8-spd auto/rwd 7-spd auto/rwd
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel 67 litres/run-flat 70 litres/space-saver
Boot capacity 375 litres 350 litres
Kerbweight/payload 1,925/550kg 1,830/570kg
Turning circle/drag coefficient 12.0 metres/0.28Cd 11.2 metres/0.26Cd
Basic warranty (miles)/recovery 3yrs (unltd)/3yrs 3yrs (60k)/3yrs
Service intervals/UK dealers Variable miles/154 9,000 miles/11
Driver Power manufacturer/dealer pos. 14th/18th* N/A/N/A
0-60/30-70mph 5.7/5.1 secs 5.7/5.0 secs
30-50mph in kickdown 2.1 secs 2.0 secs
50-70mph in kickdown 3.0 secs 2.9 secs
Top speed/rpm at 70mph 155mph/1,500rpm 155mph/1,500rpm
Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph 45.6/33.6/8.7m 46.2/31.7/9.4m
Auto Express economy/range 25.2mpg/371 miles 27.2mpg/419 miles
Noise outside/idle/30/70mph 67/44/57/66dB 68/42/63/66dB
Govt. urban/extra-urban/combined 49.6/42.2/44.1mpg 31.4/50.4/40.9mpg
Govt. urban/extra-urban/combined 10.9/9.3/9.7mpl 6.9/11.1/9.0mpl
Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket 259/149g/km/20% 240/159g/km/22%
Airbags/Isofix/cruise control Six/yes/yes Six/yes/yes
Climate control/leather/heated seats Yes/yes/yes Yes/yes/yes
Keyless start/adapt dampers/met. paint Yes/£985/yes Yes/no/£679
Park sensors front/rear/reverse cam. Yes/yes/£330 Yes/yes/yes
Sat-nav/USB connection/Bluetooth Yes/yes/yes Yes/yes/yes

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