About the Infiniti G37
The Infiniti G37, in all its various versions, provides ample amounts of luxury and comfort, making it an ideal vehicle for daily use. The car's performance aspects also make it a fun car for driving through winding, wine country roads. With sporty looks, a generous array of standard features, and a user-friendly sticker price, the Infiniti G37 is poised to command a greater share of its market segment than it currently does. In terms of luxury, performance, style and reliability, the Infiniti G37 certainly looks to have what it takes to go head-to-head with the traditional European powers.Infiniti G37 Features
For 2012, Infiniti expanded the range of models in the G37 lineup to include two new models: the G37 Limited Edition and the G37 Sport Appearance Edition. The Limited Edition model includes upscale design features such as graphite interior color, black obsidian exterior color, and dark-finish 18-inch alloy wheels. The Sports Appearance Edition boasts an aggressive-looking midnight black grille. Also available for 2012 are the G37 Sedan Journey, the G37x Sedan AWD, G37 Sedan Sport 6MT, G37x Sedan Sport Appearance Edition, and the G37x Sedan AWD Limited Edition.
All versions of the 2012 Infiniti G37 share many similarities with the more affordable Infiniti G25. However, the G37 comes equipped with a larger engine, namely a 3.7-liter Variable Valve Event & Lift (VVEL) V-6 that produces 328 horsepower. Transmission options for the various versions of the G37 include a seven-speed automatic or a six-speed manual. Drive train options include rear drive and Infiniti's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive.
For 2012, Infiniti maintained the G37's athletic exterior and body design. The car's signature waveform hood and G-style taillights both remain intact. The G37's crafted interior offers luxury features that include standard leather upholstered seats, and the option of a Bose sound system that combines a three-way front door speaker with 10-inch subwoofers and a parcel shelf-mounted subwoofer.
Technological features and options on the 2012 Infiniti G37 include Infiniti Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition, cruise control, a rearview camera monitor, Bluetooth connectivity with streaming audio, Zagat Restaurant Guide, and preview braking. The G37 sedan model comes equipped with an Infiniti hard drive-based navigation system that offers real-time traffic information.
The G37 Sedan Sport 6MT features a close-ratio six-speed transmission, 18-inch alloy wheels, sport brakes, sport-tuned suspension, a sport front fascia and headlights, front sport seats, and aluminum pedals. The Sedan Sport Appearance Edition comes in rear and all-wheel drive and includes features such as heated front seats, heated exterior mirrors, dual-zone climate control, automatic headlights, and an eight-way power front passenger seat. Exterior additions to the Sedan Sport Appearance Edition include a midnight black grille, a front chin spoiler, a rear decklid spoiler, a power moonroof, and a premium Bose sound system.
The G37 Sedan Limited Edition includes features such as 18-inch alloy wheels, a front chin spoiler, a rear decklid spoiler, a midnight black grille, a graphite and leather appointed interior, a power moonroof, a premium Bose sound system, a hard drive-based navigation system, Bluetooth, sport brakes, sport-tuned suspension, sport-tuned steering, aluminum pedals, and solid magnesium paddle shifters.Infiniti G37 Evolution
The G37 coupe was a new model for 2008, and since that time, there have been relatively few changes made to its design. The G37 shares similarities with the G35, which was introduced in 2003. The main difference between the G37 and its predecessor is the larger V-6 engine that powers all the various models of the G37.
In 2010, the G37 came in four trim levels: base, Journey, G37x, and Sport 6MT. Infiniti also offered a top-of-the-line Anniversary model that year, which included additional features such as a navigation system, ventilated seats, and an improved Bose sound system with an iPod interface.
2011 saw Infiniti expanding its entire G Sedan Line and the introduction of many of the current versions the G37. 2009 offered the G37 as a retractable hardtop convertible. Models produced prior to 2010 have a slightly different grille, headlamp, and bumper design. In 2010, Infiniti also introduced several interior changes including the addition of updated gauges and Shodo aluminum trim.