Used Infiniti G37 for Sale
2013 Infiniti G37 Journey
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2013 Infiniti G37 X
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2010 Infiniti G37 X
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About the Infiniti G37
Replacing the Infiniti G35 in 2009, the Infiniti G37 is a luxury midsize car that was offered from 2009 through 2013. This sleek and elegant vehicle was offered in both four-door sedan and two-door coupe body styles, featuring a 3.7L V6 engine. Beginning with the 2014 model year, the G37 sedan was discontinued, while the G37 coupe was replaced by the Infiniti Q60. With its stylish design, plush interior, and luxurious standard features (including leather upholstery and heated front seats in the 2013 model year), a used Infiniti G37 makes an excellent choice for luxury car shoppers.
If you're looking for something with a little more space, check out the Infiniti G37 for sale in a sedan model. If you don't need seating for more than four passengers, on the other hand, the G37 coupe offers a little more in the way of horsepower (330 hp compared to 328 hp in the 2013 model year).
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Q: Does Infiniti still make the G37?
A: No, the Infiniti G37 was discontinued after the 2013 model year, with its coupe/convertible being replaced by the Infiniti Q60 in 2014. A used Infiniti G37 is still popular with car shoppers.
Q: Is the Infiniti G37 for sale with a manual transmission?
A: For all model years, a manual transmission comes standard on the G37 Sport trim, though an automatic transmission is included on the Journey and G37x trims.
Q: How much horsepower does a G37 have?
A: Horsepower on the G37 can vary based on engine configuration, trim, and model year. However, the 2013 G37 base Journey trim with 3.7L V6 engine produces 328 hp. Its coupe counterpart, on the other hand, produces 330 hp.
Infiniti G37 Trim Configurations
You'll find the used Infiniti G37 sedan offered in three different trim configurations throughout its years of production (2009-2013), whereas the G37 coupe came in four possible trim options. A standalone 3.7L V6 engine at 328 horsepower (330 horsepower on the G37 base coupe and 348 horsepower on the coupe IPL trim) is included on all trim levels, though a manual transmission is only offered on the G37 Sport trim. Rear-wheel drive is also standard on the Infiniti G37 for sale as sedans and coupes, although all-wheel drive is standard on the G37x trim.
The G37 sedan and coupe are identical in terms of engine size and powertrain, although the G37 coupe maxes out at seating for four passengers and has a two-door body style (as opposed to a four-door style with seating for five people in the sedan). Trunk space is also larger in the G37 sedan, offering 13.5 cubic feet on the 2013 sedan compared to 7.4 cubic feet in the 2013 coupe.
Unless otherwise noted, all features outlined below are based on the 2013 G37 sedan model year.
- 17-inch alloy wheels (18 inches on the coupe)
- Heated front seats
- Eight-way power front seats
- Leather upholstery
- Automatic dual-zone climate control
- Standard all-wheel drive
- Identical standard features as Journey trim
- Optional Sport Package (all-season tires and sport seats)
- Premium 10-speaker Bose audio system
- Built-in navigation
- Performance tires
- Sport-tuned suspension
IPL (Coupe Only)
- Higher horsepower output (348 hp)
- Sport exhaust
- Advanced suspension tuning
- Available in automatic or manual transmission
RepairPal gave the Infiniti G37 an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks the Infiniti G37 8th out of 31 among luxury midsize cars.
- Cost RepairPal reports that the average total annual cost for repairs and maintenance on a Infiniti G37 is $540, compared to an average of $771 for luxury midsize cars and $719 for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Frequency According to RepairPal, Infiniti G37 owners bring their vehicles into a repair shop for unscheduled repairs an average of 0.5 times per year, compared to an average of 0.7 times for luxury midsize cars and 0.5 times for all the vehicle models RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Severity RepairPal reported that the probability of a repair being a severe or major issue is 8% for the Infiniti G37, compared to an average of 12% for luxury midsize cars and 13% for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
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Reviews for Infiniti G37
I love my Infinity!
I owned a 2005 G35 coupe in the past and I loved it. The biggest mistake I made was trading it in on a FX (still Infiniti and it was a good rig also). I waited for a few years and played around with other rigs, but in the back of my mind was the Infiniti I loved so much. I love the looks of it... it handles wonderful and the interior is just comfortable. of course, this is all my own opinion. This time I did opt for the all wheel drive (X) because I do live in an area that get snow... though the rear wheel drive was a beast in the snow. I also would like to give a wonderful shout out to CarMax... I have never had a wonderful buying experience buying a car until now! The customer service was phenomenal! Thank you for finding my car!
- Ride and Handling: The ride is smooth and it handles like its on the race track!
- Power: When you push the gas peddle it responds... no lag before it gets up and goes!
- Reliability: Infiniti make a reliable, affordable, luxury sports car that is dependable! I have not had any major issues with the older one and I don't expect any with this one.
- Interior Space: The back seats are confortable and roomy as long as you are not over 5' 7", otherwise your head rubs the roof or you scoot down and then the seat is not comfortable. Otherwise, the front seat is awesome... it is a sports car, so who buys it for the back seat anyways, right!
- Cost to Maintain: If you don't take care of it, oil changes... etc, it will be more expensive to repair than your average car. I do recommend the dealer for any issues. As I learned with the previous car, the shop made an issue out to be something it was not.
- Visibility: With the way it is designed, the blind spot is a bit bigger than normal, but you get used to it in no time.
Great price point and car, with very minor issues.
I would definitely recommend this car to a friend. It's fast, spacious inside and just enough curves to make me feel like i'm not a sedan clone on the highway. The materials used hold up very well and the car is beautiful overall. My only complains are the need for very sticky tires, suggest lower profile tires than standard, to keep from peeling out and it feels topheavy around corners without it. My only other knock is that the driver seat could use more of a european/wider range of adjustment options. Specifically for me the hamstring supports do not go low enough, probably because I'm a runner. But there is no reason that adjustments to a driver seat shouldn't fit me perfectly.
- Power: LOTS of power
- Cabin Noise: very quiet
- Value: It's a steal for what you get
- Seat Comfort: Seat adjustments lacking
- Weather Versatility: power can be too much without proper sticky tires, Infiniti recommended tires are not sufficient
Wonderful car, and a great buying expience ....
I love my car....it nice to drive and I feel great driving it. Fits me perfectly and my husband also loves to drive it. It is great to drive to see my grandson the little over 352 miles a couple of times a month and for the G37S, I can do it with a little less than a tank of gas. Although I do fill up coming and going and only use a little over a 1/4 tank of gas. Less coming home because the gas is better in CHICO.
- Power: I had a BMW 740i and this seems comparable
- Technology and Entertainment: haves more then I need but I love it all!
- Cabin Noise: exterior noise when driving
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