2010 Infiniti G37Brian B - Happy Valley, OR07/29/2016
The G37 convertible looks great and really stands out. It is powerful, handles well and when the top is down the Bose stereo sounds as though the top is up. There is almost no trunk space when the top is down but who cares. Hard not to smile when driving this car.
This car is comfortable, leather seats that are fully adjustable and a steering wheel that is also fully adjustable. It looks great and under the hood it is clean and stays that way because there are air tight seals. This car is responsive and fast. The navigation system works but to be honest an IPad is much easier an safer. The tire pressure maintenance system is junk. It should be able to indicate WHICH TIRE IS LOW and be easier to reset.
Smooth, great acceleration, gas mileage suffers.
2013 Infiniti G37J Gould - Fort Lauderdale, FL07/29/2015
Car gets great gas mileage on the highway, but driving around town, the mileage suffers. The car has good power, and good acceleration, and is smooth and extremely comfortable. The car feels very stable, and the suspension is rather sporty, where the road can be felt.
Infiniti G37 Overview
The Infiniti G37 is a compact, entry-level luxury car for people who executive lifestyle. G-series lineup vehicles well-known for stellar performance, feature-rich cabins, and a rewarding driving experience.
Infiniti G37 History
The Infiniti G-series vehicle was introduced in 1990. During its fourth generation, in 2007, Infiniti introduced the G37 coupe. The Infiniti G37 sedan and convertible arrived in 2009, but the sedan ceased being produced in 2015.
How It Drives
The Infiniti G37 is a stylish vehicle that has an extremely roomy driver's seat. Like other compact cars in its class, the G37's performance is what truly steals the show - it handles like a dream and it accelerates smoothly. As a result, the G37 is capable of both stylish weekday commutes and excitingly fast weekends.
Used Infiniti G37 Value
The Infiniti G37 is a testament to how intune Infiniti is with its audiences. Due to its many cabin accommodations, even used G37 models from the early years are able compete with more contemporary sports cars. Available in a variety of body styles with many different trim levels and feature packages, finding the great used Infiniti G37 should be a breeze.
Design & Performance
All G37 models come standard with rear-wheel drive.
The Infiniti G37's base model has a cabin filled with features and comfortable seats.
The Infiniti G37 Journey upgrades the base edition to have a sportier performance without sacrificing its day-to-day comforts.
The Infiniti G37x is the trim level that has all-wheel drive available.
The Infiniti G37 Sport 6MT is the most aggressive trim level in the lineup, with sport-tuned suspension and brakes, deep seats and bigger wheels t is the only trim level above the base model that is also available as a convertible.
Powertrain & Engine
The Infiniti G37 is equipped with a 3.7L V6 engine standard across all trim levels. A seven-speed automatic transmission is typically paired with the 3.7L V6 engine across the base, Journey, and G37x trim levels. The Infiniti G37 Sport 6MT, in contrast, features a six-speed manual transmission. Acceleration and gas mileage are comparable between the two transmissions, so it's truly a matter of preference.
Body Style & Interior Comfort
The Infiniti G37 is available as a sports coupe, sedan, or convertible.
The G37 has an upscale and sleek exterior with a distinctive on-road personality.
The cabin is filled with many modern features sports car shoppers come to expect with additional upgrades available a la carte.
Higher trim levels have become increasingly outdoors-ready and comfortable as well.
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