Infiniti G37 Coupe--Test Drive Video Review with Chris Moran from Chicago Motor Cars
A class-leader and world-class motorcar, the Infiniti G37 Coupe. Presented by Chris Moran from Chicago Motor Cars
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Or at the very least, don't screw it up. That's the mantra that must've been hanging in banner form at Infiniti's design headquarters when the time came to redo its popular G series luxury sport coupe. The outgoing model looked great and was a joy to drive, a sort of middle ground that could be viewed as either a more civilized Nissan 350Z or a more hooliganized G35 sedan.
Thankfully, the new 2008 Infiniti G37 follows the same formula. It looks great (albeit in a more voluptuous sort of way than the original), is even more of a hoot to drive and more deftly serves as either a sports car or luxury car, depending on its driver's mood. Oh, and lest we forget to mention, it now sports a larger, 330-hp engine. In other words, Infiniti definitely didn't screw it up.
Despite the change in name, the G37 is still very much the coupe version of the latest G35 sedan. The higher number indicates its larger 3.7-liter engine and certainly hints at its more sporting intent. Along with adding the new engine, Infiniti brought the G37 up to date via a new body structure; the company says it's 36 percent stiffer than the previous generation's. The added stiffness combines with a slightly lower overall height, wider front and rear track widths, and revised suspension components for improved handling. This is especially true of models fitted with the available Sport Package.
Inside, the G37 benefits from the same transformation the G35 underwent last year. Materials are simply excellent, highlighted by such items as the car's new leather-accented magnesium transmission paddle shifters and the "Japanese Washi-paper finish" aluminum trim that provides a refreshingly unique take on cabin decoration. Additionally, a full array of standard and optional high-tech features will appeal to more technologically inclined buyers.
There aren't many entry-level luxury coupes on the market, but the available few are impressive. The new Audi A5 is worthy of cross-shopping with the G37, though it starts at a higher base price. The BMW 335i is a superior car, but it's more expensive than the G37 as well. The Infiniti's principal competition, therefore, is the BMW 328i, which is more involving to drive and a few steps ahead in interior materials quality, yet considerably less muscular under the hood than the broad-shouldered G. If you can live without the Bimmer's unmatched combination of sporty handling and a comfortable ride, then the 2008 Infiniti G37 should make an excellent addition to your garage -- as either a luxury coupe or a sports car.
Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options
The 2008 Infiniti G37 is essentially the coupe version of the G35 sedan. It's differentiated by unique styling, more power and two fewer doors. There are three trim levels available: base, Journey and Sport 6MT. The base model comes standard with 18-inch wheels, bi-xenon headlights, keyless ignition, leather upholstery, eight-way driver and four-way passenger power seats, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, automatic climate control, a folding rear seat and a CD/MP3 player with satellite radio and an auxiliary audio jack. The Journey trim adds an eight-way power passenger seat, dual-zone automatic climate control and an in-dash six-CD changer.
The Sport 6MT trim refers to this coupe's six-speed manual transmission, and additional equipment includes a limited-slip rear differential, 19-inch wheels, high-performance tires, sport suspension and brakes, and sport-styled front seats with manual thigh extensions and driver's power-adjustable torso and thigh bolsters. Save for the manual transmission, these features are part of the Sport Package available on automatic-equipped G37s.
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For those of you who feel that the Nissan 370Z is a tad too harsh and
unrefined, Infiniti offers the G37S just for you. Entering the final year
of the second generation, this model still offers an appealing combination
of performance, luxury, and tech. Just be sure you're okay with the rather
harsh sounding V6 and curvaceous body.
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Infiniti G37 Sedan 2010 Gear On Manual Mode DS VCD off two persons Engine:
3.7 L VVEL V6 naturally aspirated Transmission: 7-speed automatic Power:
328 hp @ 7,000 RPM Torque: 269 lb ft @ 5,200 RPM
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all-wheel-drive cars. But perhaps more importantly these three car
represent three very different ways to achieve power. The new Infiniti G37x
is normally aspirated, while the Volvo S60 T5 is turbocharged and the Audi S5 Quattro is
supercharged. So of course we were curious which of these three cars is faster to 60 MPH @ 1 mile above sea
level. In the process of testing all three cars from 0-60 MPH we also
wanted to find out just how much a driver can really influence a cars
performance so Roman and Nathan decided to have a small contest to see
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Audi A5 2.0T or is it the 2013 Infiniti G37 Coupe. We decided to find out
by Mashing us these two fast and fun cars. The Audi A5 has been refreshed
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and svelte choice for many coupe buyers. Both cars have all-wheel-drive and
both cars cost about $50,000 USD. So which one is the better buy? Check out
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http://www.autobytel.com/infiniti/g37/2012/?id=32972 The 2012 Infiniti G37
is a proper sports sedan in the fact that it has a powerful engine, it is
rear wheel drive, and you can get a 6-speed manual transmission. The G37
comes in both coupe and sedan form along with a convertible model. You can
get the G37 with as a RWD or AWD luxury vehicle. Base price for the 2012
Infiniti G37 is $36,400 with the top of the line sport convertible costing
Infiniti has always been the leader in horsepower in the entry
level luxury sedan segment and the G37 continues that tradition. The engine
powering the 2012 Infiniti G37 sport is a 3.7 liter V-6 that pumps out 328
horsepower and 269
lb-ft. of torque. You can get a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed automatic
transmission. Of course the automatic is better for fuel economy but the
manual transmission is a blast to have. Gas mileage ratings are 19 MPG in
the city and 27 MPG on the highway.
A couple of great features found on the Sport Model of the Infiniti G37 is
the Intelligent AWD system which monitors wheel spin and adapts to changing
road conditions, the sport tuned suspension, Viscous Limited Slip
Differential, larger brakes, and 18-inch aluminum rims with performance
On the inside of the 2012 Infiniti G37 we find firm yet luxurious seats.
The Seats on the Sport Model have adjustable side bolsters to fit your
driving style. The interior design is a bit simple but there are lots of
great features. The Shodo Aluminum trim looks great alongside the gauges.
Intelligent Cruise Control automatically keeps your vehicle at a safe
distance when enabled. The touch-screen hard drive navigation system has
voice recognition, SiriusXM satellite radio, and more. Infiniti engineers
put a lot of time and effort into designing the Infiniti Studio on Wheels
by BOSE sound system.
If you have between $35k and $50k to spend on a sedan and you are looking
at the luxury car segment; then the 2012 Infiniti G37 is a great car that
is tough to beat.
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( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Infiniti G37 IPL is premium sports coupe
in a filled with great German cars. Love it or hate it...there are very
few people on the fence when it comes to the Infiniti's fluid styling.
Unlike the German rivals the Infiniti is certainly not sculpted but rather
looks like something that comes out of a fluid mold. If you notice the
grill on the front of the car. Those silver horizontal slats are supposed
to look like Japaneses Samurai swords turned on their side facing you.
The car is fast...in fact very fast. But has to be as it competes with cars
like the BMW 3 series coupe and the Audi A5 coupe both of which also are
spirited performers. But unlike the BMW and Audi the Infiniti does not
offer a turbo option...which today is
all the rage.
Ride and Handling: In a word "sporty" the car is set up to go around curves
quickly and that comes at small price. The cost? Firm (read verging on
harsh) ride across bumps and expansion joints.
In this review Dave Erickson drives the Infiniti through rain and snow to
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