• Dec 18, 2009
2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan -- Click above for high-res image gallery

Infiniti has turned over its cards and revealed pricing for two of its 2010 G37 models, and there is barely a bump in MSRP for the base models: the sedan's price remains the same at $33,250, while the coupe goes up by $150 to $36,050 – for which you get the revamped outside and upgraded materials and electronics inside.

As usual, traveling higher up the food chain requires more dosh, but it's interesting to see how much of a hit the more enthusiast-oriented models are taking. For the sedan, the Journey trim is upped by $750, the all-wheel drive model by $350, and the Sport 6MT surges by $2,750. The coupe increases by $850 for the Journey, $450 for the AWD, and a whopping $3,400 has been tacked onto the Sport 6MT. It isn't immediately clear why the 6MT models have been targeted for comparatively large increases in price (we're guessing it's a volume thing), but you can get more details on both models in the press release after the jump.

UPDATE: Just got word from Infiniti that the reason for the significant price increase on the 6MT model is the substantial amount of additional kit, including Bose stereo, power moonroof, iPod interface, heated front seats, power tilt/telescopic steering wheel, anti-glare mirror with Homelink and Bluetooth -- all standard.




[Source: Infiniti]

PRESS RELEASE

Infiniti Announces U.S. Pricing on 2010 G Sedan and Coupe

12.16.2009 , FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Infiniti today announced pricing on the 2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan and G37 Coupe, which are on sale now at Infiniti retailers nationwide. For 2010, the G Sedan, Infiniti's top-selling model, features revised exterior styling, an enhanced interior treatment and upgraded technology features. The 2010 G Coupe also enters 2010 with a number of significant enhancements, including a revised interior and upgraded navigation and entertainment systems.

The 2010 Infiniti G Sedan and Coupe come equipped with an advanced 3.7-liter VVEL (Variable Valve Event & Lift) V6 and choice of 7-speed automatic transmission or a 6-speed manual transmission – as well as with available Infiniti Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system (G37x Sedan AWD, G37x Coupe AWD).

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP)* for the four available 2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan models are:

G37 Sedan $33,250 USD
G37 Sedan Journey $34,450 USD
G37x Sedan AWD $36,050 USD
G37 Sedan Sport 6MT $37,000 USD

The MSRPs for the four available 2010 Infiniti G37 Coupe models are:

G37 Coupe $36,050 USD
G37 Coupe Journey $37,500 USD
G37x Coupe AWD $39,150 USD
G37 Coupe Sport 6MT $40,400 USD

The 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible, which shares many of the G Sedan and Coupe interior enhancements, will be available in early February 2010.

About the 2010 Infiniti G Sedan
The 2010 G37 Sedan offers a standard 328-horsepower 3.7-liter VVEL (Variable Valve Event & Lift) V6 and 7-speed automatic transmission. And, as is appropriate for a cutting-edge performance sports sedan, the G is also available with a 6-speed manual transmission (G37 Sedan Sport 6MT), as well as with an advanced Infiniti Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system (G37x Sedan AWD).

The G37 Sedan's strikingly seductive exterior is defined by its sleek wave form hood, signature G-style taillights, raked A-pillars and athletic stance. For 2010, the front fascia has been revised with new grille, headlights and bumper. The standard fog lights have been moved from their previous location in the headlight cluster to the lower fascia – where they help provide a sportier, more upscale appearance.

G37 Sport models also receive a new, distinctive front fascia with separated headlights and fog lights. 2010 G37 and G37 Journey models feature a new 17-inch 5-spoke "triple forks" wheel design. In the rear, all models receive a revised rear fascia with an improved exhaust finisher treatment. Two new exterior colors are offered for 2010: Smoky Quartz and Graphite Shadow.

Inside, the G37 Sedan offers a crafted interior environment and luxury features such as standard leather-appointed seating and an available audiophile-quality Infiniti Studio on Wheels? by Bose? premium audio system, which combines Bose?'s 3-way front door speaker array with 10-inch subwoofers and a parcel shelf-mounted subwoofer. A 2GB Music Box is available with the Premium Package.

Enhancements for 2010 include a new, predominately white color scheme for the gauges and LCD instrument display, improving both legibility and cohesiveness of design. There is also a new center console design (7AT models) and new "Shodo" aluminum trim. In addition, a next-generation version of the Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation System now includes features such as XM NavTraffic® with Real-Time Traffic Information and NavWeather™ with Real-Time Weather and 3-day forecast (XM® subscription required, sold separately), Streaming Audio via Bluetooth® and Zagat® Restaurant Guide. Other navigation system features include a 7.0-inch touch screen monitor and 9.3GB Music Box Hard Drive.

Again in 2010, advanced G Sedan technologies include standard Infiniti Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition and RearView Monitor (newly standard in most models) and available Intelligent Cruise Control with Preview Braking.

The 2010 G37 Sedan is available in four models – G37 Sedan, G37 Sedan Journey, G37x Sedan AWD and G37S Sedan Sport 6MT. In addition, various enhancements and revisions have been made to the 2010 G37 Sedan's available option packages.

About the 2010 Infiniti G Coupe
The Infiniti G Coupe is designed to stir the soul through an unmatched combination of dynamic design, exhilarating performance and a modern, luxuriously crafted interior. For 2010, the G Coupe receives a number of significant enhancements, including a revised interior and upgraded navigation and entertainment systems.

The G Coupe is again offered in a range of four models: G37 Coupe, G37 Coupe Journey, G37S Coupe Sport 6MT and G37x Coupe AWD – each equipped with a standard 3.7-liter VQ-series V6 with VVEL (for Variable Valve Event and Lift) rated at 330 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. Three models are offered with a standard performance-oriented 7-speed automatic transmission with Drive Sport (DS) Mode, Downshift Rev Matching and available solid magnesium paddle shifters. The G37 Coupe Sport 6MT comes with a responsive, close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission.

For buyers who want an even higher level of sporty performance, the Sport 6MT model and Journey model with Sport Package offer a sport-tuned suspension, 14.7:1 sport-tuned steering gear, Viscous Limited-Slip Differential, large Sport Brakes with 4-piston opposed front calipers and 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels with summer performance tires.

Interior enhancements for 2010 include a new, predominately white color scheme for the gauges and LCD instrument display, improving both legibility and cohesiveness of design. There is also a new center console design (7AT models) and the previous "Washi" aluminum trim has been replaced by "Shodo" aluminum trim inspired by the traditional art of Japanese calligraphy. A new interior trim is now available with high-gloss Maple Accents, along with the next-generation Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation System.

About Infiniti
Infiniti offers a full-line of luxury performance automobiles that inspire at every turn, including the G Coupe, Sedan and first-ever Convertible, M sedan, EX and FX crossovers, and the QX full-size SUV. More information about Infiniti and its Total Ownership Experience® can be found at www.InfinitiUSA.com.

* MSRP excludes applicable tax, title, license and Destination & Handling fees. Dealer sets actual price. Prices and specs are subject to change without notice.


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      • 5 Years Ago
      So....is it me, or do the Inifiniti "sport" models not look sporty at all? I have a 05 SE R Altima, and still prefer mine to the G. I am looking at buying a new car in 6 months or so..probably going to be a 335i, with some perf upgrades...would anyone go with a G37 coupe over a 335i sedan or coupe? I really prefer the RS or S4 but money does matter.
        • 5 Years Ago
        You prefer your Altima to the G-series? I had to read that twice to be sure.

        Wow. Just... wow.

        And the weather is just fine here in crazy, upside-down world.
        JDM Life
        • 5 Years Ago
        I said the same thing.... a Altima ?? idc if its the "SE-R" FWD FTL.

        People who won a SE-R think their king of the street lmao...just because your car is stick and has a decent exhaust note...doesn't make it a race car -___-

        G anyday...
      • 5 Years Ago
      They've added the $3,200 Premium Package as standard equipment for 2010 on the sport models. that's why there is a larger price difference. Its in the spec sheet not in the press release. It's likely few dealers ordered them without it anyway.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Because the manual transmission gets worse sticker mileage and raising the price will discourage demand to meet CAFE.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Usually it's the other way around. The cheaper is manual, premium automatic. Infiniti failed on this one. Sure I'd like nicer brakes and a sport package, but to lump in power-everything unnecessarily raises the price.
      • 5 Years Ago
      well... this extends the price gap between Hyundai Genesis coupe and G37... and the upcoming toyobaru coupes...
      • 5 Years Ago
      Anyone else notice that everyone has their back to it in the main photo!
      • 5 Years Ago
      Shot in the dark but perhaps they've added that synchro-rev thing from the 370z?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Seems like Infiniti is making sure to put all the nails in the coffin of manual transmissions.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Luis is angry about everything.
        • 5 Years Ago
        You're not paying more for the 6MT, you're paying for bigger wheels, a LSD which isn't available on the 3 series unless you buy the M3, and gigantic brakes.

        Seems like good deal for me.

        As a 3 series owner I have not forgotten that BMW charges $1000 to "upgrade" to leather from vinyl seats in a $40K+ car.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Good point... and even with $1000 leather optional, I still love the BMW.
      • 5 Years Ago
      This makes that BMW 330i coupe look like a much better deal, now that is just marginally more expensive than G37 6sp.
        • 5 Years Ago
        and you can get the 3er in AWD with a stick. There was never a comparison between the two; the 3er is better.
        • 5 Years Ago
        check Dave T's post below

        the Manual now receivs the Premium Package as standard equipment
        it is now actually less if you were to order it separate

        sure will take that 335i with those leatherette seats
        nothing like a $2k option just to add leather to the car huh

        but can'tt go wrong with either car, and I prefer the G as it's a bit bigger and will preove more realiable. My 03 has 100k miles in it now and only an O2 sensor cost me $350 to replace at 67k miles and that's all that's gone wrong so far
        • 5 Years Ago
        **335i
      • 5 Years Ago
      I meant for the price..you give me a 335i..or S4 for a little more money..Infiniti has nothing in this range of class and speed...wish they would get a "sports" division, I just would not buy a G b/c I do not tihnk it's sporty..it looks "pretty" though..I know 4 girls who have them, and no guys..wait one guy, but he's gay. I just don't think their model lineup is the best...now..take that V8 in the new M and put into the coupe and I may change my mind.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Nissans all have that swooped, rolled down front end.

      It wouldn`t be bad if they looked nice.

      Their cars all look alike. More appliance than Toyota!

      If you need a foreign car, get the BMW 3 series.

      At least the Germans buy Amarican.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Love what they've done with the front end...looks just like an Infiniti G37...oh, wait...
        • 5 Years Ago
        I know what are you talking about since I do have the G37S 6MT. No big deal at all. That tiny vibration doesn't bother me what so ever.

        As a MT driver past 20 years since when I was 17 years old, I am not retiring from it. Perhaps when I get a littler older, say >50, I might consider a AT car.

        Geez $3400 increase for 6MT, that really sux. Automatic sports are boring to me...

        Call me a purist! :)
        • 5 Years Ago
        I own a 08' G37S Coupe, and I LOVE it! Price is comparable to BMW 328i Coupe last year which I test drove also. The 328i is an absolute slug, G37 looks way better.

        Now 335i is comparable when it comes to performance, but it's not worth extra $8000 with similar options.

        2010 G37 sedans look really cool, way sportier. Those lines that come down on the front bumper are copied from the BMW 3 series. Not bad at all. Overall the sedans' appearance is coming close to the coupes, but the coupes still look way better.

        Those wheels don't look good though... Don't look aggressive enough.
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