2013 Infiniti G37
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$52,750
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2013 Infiniti G37 Owner Reviews

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No longer a "sports" car

Oct 04, 2012 by: whatgneed
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I "upgraded" my 2003 G35 sports coupe to the G37S and could not be more disappointed. Nearly everything about this car is substandard. It handles like my old Camry, bouncing up and down (no longer "grips" the road like the G35) and the power steering has a tendancy to oversteer when going around curves. Braking/accelerating feels like you are trying to stop/start a truck, its about twice as slow to get this car to a stop vs the G35. It is faster, but thats about it in terms of improvement. As for the radio, I sure hope you only listen to AM. Even with the high-end Bose version, sounds sound absolutely horrible. There's a weird range that seems to be muffled and overall it sounds compressed. I'm going to see if the IPL is any better, but so far after 10 years its sad to see Infiniti has devolved their sports car to the state its in now. Very little innovation.

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