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2009 Infiniti G37 Consumer Reviews

4.8
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Just too good.

by from Reston VA on September 21, 2010

I've driven a black G37x for a year. Had to replace an MX5 (my fun car) when my granddaughter came to live with us. No regrets. The G37 is fun too. The other reviews of the G37 in this section tell th...
I've driven a black G37x for a year. Had to replace an MX5 (my fun car) when my granddaughter came to live with us. No regrets. The G37 is fun too. The other reviews of the G37 in this section tell this car's story accurately, so I will only add a few things. When you first drive the car the handling may bore you. Pay attention! The handling is boring because the multi-link suspension just makes the curves disappear. White-knuckle, narrow winding roads turn into comfortable boulevards. It's totally awesome once you notice what is happening. Next, no need to down-shift, ever. The auto transmission does it for you. Also, get the nav system. I did not and I regret it. I have a nav system in another car and I hate it. BUT in this car the nav system includes a HUGE hard disk on which you can load all your music. Superior user interface to the non-nav. IPod connection for the non-nav model works, but is inconvenient. So the nav system is worth the money even if you don't actually use the nav system itself. I expect great realiability. I bought an Infiniti G20 in 1990 and drove it for 10 years (145,000 miles) with no trouble at all. Cheapest car to own I have ever had. I would totally buy the G37 again.
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G37S - retractable Hardtop

by from Dallas, TX on March 26, 2010

One of the sexiest looking cars on the road. It has all of the muscle that the American automakers are going after but, haven't been able to achieve the interior styling this has. I am more impress wi...
One of the sexiest looking cars on the road. It has all of the muscle that the American automakers are going after but, haven't been able to achieve the interior styling this has. I am more impress with the handling of the G37s coupe vs the convertiable because it is not as heavy and it is a lot more responsive in curves. If you are just cruising around and want the air through your hair the retractable hardtop is awesome... Just don't pack a suitcase. It won't fit with the top down.
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Great can!

by from Kentucky on August 27, 2012

I absolutely love this car. I use to own a Volvo and thought I would be in the Volvo family for life, that was until I get drove my Infiniti and fell in love with it. If I had to find something to com...
I absolutely love this car. I use to own a Volvo and thought I would be in the Volvo family for life, that was until I get drove my Infiniti and fell in love with it. If I had to find something to complain about it would be that the miles per gallon can be pretty bad if you drive 95% in the city like I do. I get on average 14 miles per gallon city, but a surprising 27 on the highway (with a fully loaded can averaging 75mph) Overall I couldn't be happier with my car!
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Sports car in a sedan body

by from Clarksville, TN on February 20, 2012

Great car. I am 6'7" and there is ample room for me. Great features. Drives like a sports car in a sedan package.
Great car. I am 6'7" and there is ample room for me. Great features. Drives like a sports car in a sedan package.
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Look out Germans!

by from Iowa on April 24, 2013

My choices were mercedes c class, bmw 328, audi a4 or this infiniti g37. Infiniti has everything the german auto makers had, but at a lower price! great engine, likes to rev, but can suck down gas lik...
My choices were mercedes c class, bmw 328, audi a4 or this infiniti g37. Infiniti has everything the german auto makers had, but at a lower price! great engine, likes to rev, but can suck down gas like no other. I average 19 mpg combined and drive moderately aggressive. Road noise is noticeable. Interior is not as premium as audi, but I prefer Infiniti's leather surfaces over bmw or mercedes any day.
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WOW!

by from New York on February 26, 2013

I have owned either a Nissan or an Infiniti for the last 20 years My last car is a 2001 I30 with 167k, at this point the most reliable car I have ever owned. When I decided to buy another car it was b...
I have owned either a Nissan or an Infiniti for the last 20 years My last car is a 2001 I30 with 167k, at this point the most reliable car I have ever owned. When I decided to buy another car it was between another car and the G37X. I went to an area Infiniti to first test drive the G37X. Once I test drove the G37X I knew what my choice would be. The pick up is amazing, it handles very well. All of the gadgets are easy to reach. I had both my phones hooked via Bluetooth in less than 20 minutes. The iPod hookup is very simple to use. Heated seats are definitely a plus. The GPS is always helpful. The salesman did not have to sell the car it sold itself. I didn't have to wait long to test it in the snow and it handled as well as I expected. If you are looking for good value definitely consider one of these.
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Fantastic car

by from Sacramento,CA. on January 9, 2012

I have driven front wheel drive cars for years and have forgotten how great a good rear wheel drive car handles. The G37 corners on par with some sports cars. While the engineers did a nice job of en...
I have driven front wheel drive cars for years and have forgotten how great a good rear wheel drive car handles. The G37 corners on par with some sports cars. While the engineers did a nice job of engineering in a very nice growl from both the engine and the exhaust during acceleration, once up to speed the car is whisper quiet. I have never detected any wind noise. Regarding build quality, driving this car is like driving a bank vault - it is that solid. No squeaks or rattles whatsoever. Acceleration is very strong. I was worried about what the gas mileage would be like, having read the car can be very thirsty. Driven moderately, and using cruise control set at 70, I got as high as 29.1 on my first trip from Portland, Oregon to Sacramento, and that included the stop lights and traffic through town getting to the freeway. Going over the mountains, it never dipped below 27.1 mpg - great mileage. I just finished up my third tank, and city/freeway combined was 26.1 - very surprised by the engine's efficiency. Interior space up front is fantastic for two. There is a lot of seat travel and if you move the front seats up enough there is sufficient room in the back seat. The trunk is somewhat small, but doable. In summary, you will not be disappointed with this car!
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should be in a museum

by from New Jersey on May 29, 2012

I was looking to buy a G35 coupe as a second car/weekend toy, but when i found my 2009 G37s coupe with 26,000 miles, i could'nt resist. Had a 2006 Mazda3 wagon and i absolutely loved, but that was a c...
I was looking to buy a G35 coupe as a second car/weekend toy, but when i found my 2009 G37s coupe with 26,000 miles, i could'nt resist. Had a 2006 Mazda3 wagon and i absolutely loved, but that was a car, the G is a work of art. This thing is faaast. Corners flat, has every feature you can ever want and the 7 speed/paddle shifters with synchro rev matching. Sometimes i just turn off the radio just to listen to the burble of the engine. It turns heads everywhere i go, not bad for a four yr. old design. Infinity quite simply just creates works of art. Everybody and their grandmother has a 328i. One last thing, this may be the only car that looks great in any color. Mine is black on black.
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Great Car!

by from Brooklyn, NY on June 25, 2012

It's a great car. Handles great, very responsive. So much grip. Interior is roomy and comfortabole. Trunk space is great. It looks stunning. Always get heads turned when I drive by. On the highway it'...
It's a great car. Handles great, very responsive. So much grip. Interior is roomy and comfortabole. Trunk space is great. It looks stunning. Always get heads turned when I drive by. On the highway it's a beast. The only down fall is the traffic fuel economy. Highway fuel economy is great. I made a 400 mile trip on less than a tank of gas doing 65 the entire way.
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Fastest Car Owned

by from Delaware on May 18, 2010

With a 9 year old and 1 year old, I finally traded in my '04 G35 coupe for the new 328 hp G37 sedan. The ride is so much more comfortable, not only because it's a 4 door, but the way it handles rough ...
With a 9 year old and 1 year old, I finally traded in my '04 G35 coupe for the new 328 hp G37 sedan. The ride is so much more comfortable, not only because it's a 4 door, but the way it handles rough terrain, potholes etc. Nice pickup especially if you use the auto stick mode. I will admit car rides more smooth if you use auto stick. With the Variable Valve Timing the computer shifting can be sudden. All in all outstanding design and reliabilty.
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