2011 Infiniti G37I Want it All - Charlotte, NC03/07/2012
I purchased my G37 convertible two months ago. I was originally in the market for the fixed-roof coupe, but then I learned that heated and cooled seats are only available on the convertible (heated available on other models), so I went for the convertible.
The hard-top convertible is poetry in motion. I think I could sell tickets for people to watch it work. It's not super-quick, so don't try to do it as a stop-light, but it's worth the 20-25 second wait. As professional reviews note, this magic adds 400 pounds to the car so you lose a bit of acceleration and nimbleness, but the car is still plenty fast and handles great.
I have the 7-speed automatic, and it's flawless. You can shift manually, but there's no real need to. The engine has freight-train torque at all RPMs, so the car will idle at 35mph in 7th gear. If you're concerned about the extra control that the 6-speed would give you, you're probably better off in the fixed roof coupe anyway.
The sound system is the best I've ever heard at any price. Between terrestrial radio, XM/Sirius, the iPod interface, the 'Music Box' hard drive, a single disc CD player, and Bluetooth and USB interfaces, there should be no difficulty in keeping yourself entertained.
It has all of the features one would expect of a luxury car, but with more flair that it's competitors. I wanted performance, style, and luxury in that order, and this car delivers. If your preferences run the other direction, then the ISC 350 might be better for you.
One thing to note is that if you get the 19 inch performance tires either as part of the Sport package or just the wheel/tire package, they are LOUD. Very. Loud. Coming to a stop, my wife wondered if the brakes were grinding. That kind of noise. At speed on a maintained highway it's acceptable, but that is a very personal choice.
It cruises like a luxury coupe, accelerates like a muscle car, has a unique style, with Japanese precision. I wanted it all, and this car delivers.
No complaints here!
2011 Infiniti G37Corey Rodriguez - North providence, RI02/18/2016
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