Sometimes lost in a sea of BMW, Mercedes, and Audi brand inflation, Infiniti’s G Coupe offers the type of performance and luxury that forces shoppers to peel back the veil and take notice. Come see you’ve been missing.
Infiniti G37 Coupe Trims and Feature Highlights
The G37 Coupe is a performance based luxury nameplate available in base Journey, all-wheel drive x, Sport, and performance tuned IPL trims. Starting at just under $40,000, G37 definitely hits the luxury price range, but what you receive in return quickly turns money spent into an afterthought. Standards include a seductive exterior package that harnesses a potent 3.7 liter V6 producing 330 horsepower, along with the type of handling that allows you to take out some of that pent-up aggression on unsuspecting corners. Rear-wheel drive comes standard, though the x offers all-wheel capability. All models can also be fitted with a limited-slip differential (it’s standard on Sport & IPL trims).
Luxury-wise, Infiniti equips the 2013 G37 Coupe with heated leather seats, aluminum trim, dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth, and even a sunglasses storage compartment- all standard. Voice controlled navigation is available, and it also features touch-screen accessibility and 3D graphics to help you along the way. If you need more muscle, go with the IPL model (from $50,500) for its enhanced sport-tuning and extra horsepower.
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Infiniti G37 Coupe Performance
Step inside the Journey, x, or Sport G37 and you’ll be propelled by a 3.7 liter V6 that produces a hefty 330 horsepower and 270 lb.-ft. of torque. Both the Journey and x trims come with a 7-speed automatic fitted with manual shift paddles, while the Sport gets a 6-speed manual. The other main difference is that x marks the all-wheel drive option; all other trims are rear-wheel drive. The IPL G Coupe ramps numbers up to 348 horses and 276 lb.-ft. and can be had with either the 7-speed auto or 6-speed manual transmission.
Infiniti G37 Coupe Fuel Economy
EPA estimates give rear-wheel drive G37 Coupe trims 19/27/22 (city/highway/combined) MPG when equipped with automatic transmission; manuals lose two MPG across the board for numbers of 17/25/20- this includes IPL engines. Utilizing all four wheels, G37x manages 18/25/20.
Infiniti G37 Coupe Interior Highlights
Fitting of a luxury brand, G37 Coupe offers up high class materials that blend nicely with user-friendly tech. Plenty of leather and aluminum trim make drivers feel special, and the 8- or 10-way adjustable heated seats provide the right feel for work commutes or weekend excursions. Controlling the climate, finding the way with navigation, and immersing yourself with the optional 11 speaker BOSE audio system are all done with ease, allowing you to concentrate on the important things, like driving.
There are rear seats, but things get tight quickly back there. Legroom is limited to 29.8 inches, and trunk space is similarly crunched at 7.4 cubic feet.
Infiniti G37 Coupe Safety
Standards for all 2013 models include four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist, stability & traction control, a rearview camera, and an airbag system that features front-side and side curtain bags. Rear parking sensors are standard on Sport and IRL trims and optional for the Journey and x. Intelligent cruise control and rain-sensing wipers are also available as part of the Technology Package ($1,250).
Safety ratings have not yet been awarded to the 2013 G37 Coupe.
Infiniti G37 Coupe Summary
The G37 Coupe is big where it wants to be. Dangerously fun to drive, Infiniti makes sure you’ve got the technology that allows for full control during high speed corners and safe stops when necessary. Leave the excess behind; the G37 Coupe and a tank of gas may be the only worldly possessions you need.
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