2012 Infiniti G37Mark - St. Augustine, FL03/15/2015
I purchased an Infiniti G37 after having a 2007 Infiniti M35. At first I was looking for a change in style and look but after test driving several other cars similar in style I returned to the Infiniti. The Infiniti gave me everything I was looking for in my price range. It has the comfort and style with the sporty feel and horsepower I was used to. The only complaints I have are minor. I did not get the navigation to keep the price within my range. It does not have a digital clock. Yes, I know this is minor but it was something I was used to looking for to find the time. Also, the bluetooth for the phone is very combersome. You have to go through several commands before you are able to place a call unlike the 2007 M35.
We traded in our CL-500 Mercedes for this G-37. While the car is nice, it's no Mercedes. There is a looseness in the front end that is hard to define and it produces a lot of road noise from the front. The car, being a convertible, is full of cabin noise, squeaks and rattles, even with the top up.
Great price point and car, with very minor issues.
2012 Infiniti G37Donovan - Austin, TX07/07/2014
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.
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