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The cars themselves get few changes but the lineup is rationalized for 2013. The 4-cylinder G25 Sedan and base model Coupe go away. Both sedan and coupe lines offer the same Journey, AWD (G37x) and Sport 6MT packages. The lusty IPL (Infiniti Performance Line) Coupe gets a Convertible stablemate.
The 2012 Infiniti G sedan offers a new Malbec Black exterior color. The G37 sedan also receives various updates to its Limited and Sport Appearance editions, including a new graphite interior color, 18-inch alloy wheels and Black Obsidian exterior color for the Limited Edition and a new black grille for the Sport Appearance Edition.
For 2010, Infiniti makes some interior modifications, including new gauge color and center console design, new interior colors and new trim. Rain-sensing wipers and Advanced Climate Control with Plasmacluster air purifier are added to the Technology Package, while the next-generation Infiniti navigation system is made available.
Infiniti, Nissan's luxury arm, competes directly with Toyota's Lexus and Honda's Acura, and indirectly with Cadillac, Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Thanks to recent bolder styling and across-the-board rear- and all-wheel drive, Infiniti has succeeded in distancing itself from parent Nissan and positioning itself as a serious player in that aspirational group. This excellent new G35, cleverly contented and strategically sized between BMW's compact 3 Series and mid-range 5 Series, is Infiniti's most affordable car and its volume leader.
Note this revealing fact: Infiniti offers a genuine, stir-your-own 6-speed manual gearbox on every G37 body style. Performance with refinement is the message here and for 2013 the Infiniti G37 series continues to captivate hearts and minds with stylish good looks, modern technology and exceptional road manners. And, obviously, we aren't the only ones noticing: The G37 family is Infiniti's best-selling line. And it's a diverse line, with sedan, coupe and convertible body styles, rear-wheel drive (RWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD) and two IPL (Infiniti Performance Line) limited-production specials. The G37s get categorized as "near-luxury," but that feels unfair somehow. These cars are all there.
By hubcap on Monday, August 06, 2007
overall rating 10 of 10rating details
"I own a 07 G sedan and it is truly a pleasure to drive! I have not had any problems whatsoerver. The only complaint I have is I wish it had more cargo volume! This vehicle has awesome power and torque! One comparison for you guys 2007 Infinity G sedan 307hp ... 1997 thru 1999 Ford mustang COBRA V8 32 valve double overhead cam 305hp anything else to say! Mustang 9.00 1/8th mile Infinity 8.80 1/8th mile (did I mention the infinity is a naturally aspirated v6 with a 7800 rpm redline) Thanks"
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By MTLINFINI on Tuesday, September 25, 2012
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 2,000overall rating 9 of 10rating details
Pros: "Ride, tight steering, tech, exhaust"
Cons: "cup holders, storage, no remote start,"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"I traded in my 2011 Nissan Maxima SV with Sport/Tech package and prior to a 2009 Maxima same setup. I wanted to move into the luxury market for warranty, service and more rear wheel drive options so I went with a 2012 G37S sedan. I was almost sold on an Auid A4 Sportline, but couldn't justify the price per option, spotty reliability and complexity of the user controls and infotainment integration. Some of the infotainment controls also felt cheap and more complex. The Maxima and the G have the same info setup and its handsdown one of the best iPod integration systems and easy to use interfaces on the market. The Bose sound system in the G is great when you balance it out correctly, very impressive full range of sound. Some people say the system isn't great, but I would have to disagree. The new BMW looks nice and has incredible spec numbers and is dynmaically balanced, but the interior felt cheap with low quality plastics. The door pannel creeked and handle wiggled when I got into the hard flat and unsupportive standard steat in faux leather. Once again reliability comes into question. The G is so incredibly comfortable, second best driving dynamics on to BMW and very user friendly. Best warranty in class and best bang for the buck. The Mercedes new C class. Exterior styling is good, and the dash redesign is much improved, but the assembly, fit and finish is horrible. Buttons pop, creek and feel like your going to snap them off or shove them through the dash. Again, German engineering dynamics, but spotty reliablity and cost of ownership is horrible. Recently took a 500 mile road trip with brand new engine, 28 mpg @ 75. City driving around town @ 35 mph with contant stops I have been averaging 21. Many people have been posting shift issues with the auto but I have not had this, heard there was a fix initiated last year on the programing. My only complain regarding the 7sp auto is in sport mode manual, it has a long delay in upshifting, could be much quicker; in sport auto it shifts crisp and quick. Regular auto it shifts smooth and seamlessly for a more comfortable drive. The engine can get thrashy around 6K RPM, but this is one of the highest reving V6s on the market. Sport suspension is well balanced and not too rough, I think my Maxima had a rougher ride on imperfect roads. The G's longest wheel base in class really helps to dampen pot holes and the jaring effect. The cabin is crazy quiet on good highway roads, if the road is course, the cabin noise can be intrusive and a bit excessive. My only complaint with the suspension is the car stance, why is the front fender gap so much more on the front than the rear? Infiniti, level the car out! Trunk space is good, not great and no folding rear seats. Cabin size is on par with the Maxima when I compared the specs which really suprised me. Its missing a few features that I think should be and can easily be incoorperated to make this aging sedan become more appealing, no heated steering wheel, side dimming mirrors or mirror turn signals and no power lumbar support? This car is built in Japan, and I hate to say this because I'm all about American jobs, but the assembly is much more precise that on my Tenn built Maxima. Gaps are tight both inside and out. Interior material is good, specific peices could be changed to keep the cabin relevant to competators. Biggest grip about the interior is the cup holders, they are in the way of the shifter and can not put two drinks next to each other unless they are tall and skinny. The sport seats are excellent, Mercedes take note, supportive comfortable and REAL leather. Overall, you cant go wrong and you would still pay 8-10 K more for the Germans. You wont be disappointed on with your purchase."
12 people out of 12 found this review helpful
By J De An on Tuesday, May 14, 2013
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 5,000overall rating 10 of 10rating details
Pros: "Power, road handling, comfort"
Cons: "No daytime driving lights (added LEDs for safety)"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"Owned Chevy (early) Honda Preludes, Toyota Celica GTX and now G37x. This has "best of" all prior vehicles put together and then some. Power is terrific when needed (merging into highway traffic, overtaking slower cars on two lane roads, etc. milage surprisingly good if not lead footed all the time). Solid drive but not at the expense of comfort (for front passengers--really not designed for more than two people; buy the sedan if more than two). All controls logically laid out, stereo system (Bose)true quality; radio functions intuitive unlike my husband's new Camry--that is way too complex."
9 people out of 9 found this review helpful