Base 2dr All-wheel Drive Coupe
2009 Infiniti G37x

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Engine Engine 3.7LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
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2009 G37x Overview

The Infiniti G37 represents an entire line of sports sedans, sport coupes and convertibles.Essentially luxurious versions of the Nissan Z, all excel at driving dynamics.And all are powered by Nissan's 3.7-liter V6, an engine with a distinctive sound that revs freely and puts out a lot of power.

The G37 interior is lively and friendly without being fussy or overly busy.The overall quality of the passenger cabins has increased with this latest generation, and they're much better suited to the luxury class than they once were.The G37s are priced lower than some European competitors, with more standard equipment.They're a great place for performance-minded buyers to start shopping.

For 2009, there are lots of significant updates across the G37 line.All models are now equipped with a new, larger 3.7-liter V6 introduced in the G37 Coupe for 2008, and horsepower increases across the line.The standard automatic transmission has been upgraded from five to seven speeds, and EPA mileage ratings increase one mpg city, two mpg highway as a result.The Coupe is now available with full-time all-wheel-drive, offering buyers in tough-winter climates an extra element of mobility, security and safety.

The biggest news for 2009 is introduction of the G37 Convertible, featuring a retractable steel hardtop.The Convertible is the only G37 body style not offered with all-wheel drive.

All G37s come standard with rear drive, which delivers handling characteristics front-wheel drive can't usually match.All models are available with a six-speed manual transmission that's increasingly rare in this class; the new seven-speed automatic is tuned for sporting response, with available steering wheel paddles for manual shifting.

The engine is more powerful than that of many competitors, and it's tuned for the sort of response and excitement that enthusiast drivers prefer.This car's trademark has always been sporty driving dynamics, but Infiniti has also made strides addressing its shortcomings.Interior finish and overall smoothness have steadily improved the last several model years.

The four-door G37 is true sports sedan, reacting to driver commands in the fashion of a sport-tuned coupe.Yet it seats four comfortably in all circumstances, with easy in-out access and plenty of stowage space in the trunk.

The two-door G37 Coupe looks racier than the sedan, and it's fresh from a complete redesign for 2008.Its chassis is stiffer, lower and wider than its predecessor's, with improved ride quality and even better handling.Its instrumentation is first rate, and its climate, audio and navigation systems are easy to understand and control.Rear seat legroom is more restricted than in the sedan, however, so two adults may not be happy in the Coupe's back seat for long.

The new G37 Convertible looks a lot like the coupe, until its three-piece steel top opens at the touch of a button.Then it's a cabriolet.The Convertible comes with a Bose Open Air Sound System that automatically adjusts audio levels according to vehicle speed and ambient noise.The Convertible's climate control system also adjusts fan speed based on vehicle speed when the top is open.

The coupe and sedan are available in three trim levels, and the convertible in two.The top level is …
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2009 G37x Overview

The Infiniti G37 represents an entire line of sports sedans, sport coupes and convertibles.Essentially luxurious versions of the Nissan Z, all excel at driving dynamics.And all are powered by Nissan's 3.7-liter V6, an engine with a distinctive sound that revs freely and puts out a lot of power.

The G37 interior is lively and friendly without being fussy or overly busy.The overall quality of the passenger cabins has increased with this latest generation, and they're much better suited to the luxury class than they once were.The G37s are priced lower than some European competitors, with more standard equipment.They're a great place for performance-minded buyers to start shopping.

For 2009, there are lots of significant updates across the G37 line.All models are now equipped with a new, larger 3.7-liter V6 introduced in the G37 Coupe for 2008, and horsepower increases across the line.The standard automatic transmission has been upgraded from five to seven speeds, and EPA mileage ratings increase one mpg city, two mpg highway as a result.The Coupe is now available with full-time all-wheel-drive, offering buyers in tough-winter climates an extra element of mobility, security and safety.

The biggest news for 2009 is introduction of the G37 Convertible, featuring a retractable steel hardtop.The Convertible is the only G37 body style not offered with all-wheel drive.

All G37s come standard with rear drive, which delivers handling characteristics front-wheel drive can't usually match.All models are available with a six-speed manual transmission that's increasingly rare in this class; the new seven-speed automatic is tuned for sporting response, with available steering wheel paddles for manual shifting.

The engine is more powerful than that of many competitors, and it's tuned for the sort of response and excitement that enthusiast drivers prefer.This car's trademark has always been sporty driving dynamics, but Infiniti has also made strides addressing its shortcomings.Interior finish and overall smoothness have steadily improved the last several model years.

The four-door G37 is true sports sedan, reacting to driver commands in the fashion of a sport-tuned coupe.Yet it seats four comfortably in all circumstances, with easy in-out access and plenty of stowage space in the trunk.

The two-door G37 Coupe looks racier than the sedan, and it's fresh from a complete redesign for 2008.Its chassis is stiffer, lower and wider than its predecessor's, with improved ride quality and even better handling.Its instrumentation is first rate, and its climate, audio and navigation systems are easy to understand and control.Rear seat legroom is more restricted than in the sedan, however, so two adults may not be happy in the Coupe's back seat for long.

The new G37 Convertible looks a lot like the coupe, until its three-piece steel top opens at the touch of a button.Then it's a cabriolet.The Convertible comes with a Bose Open Air Sound System that automatically adjusts audio levels according to vehicle speed and ambient noise.The Convertible's climate control system also adjusts fan speed based on vehicle speed when the top is open.

The coupe and sedan are available in three trim levels, and the convertible in two.The top level is …Hide Full Review