2013 Infiniti G37 User Reviews

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    2013 Infiniti G37 Review
    Family Car Ranked 2013 Hyundai Genesis better.
    "These really dont compare. The Genesis is a full size car similar to the Infiniti M series."
    Would Buy Ranked 2013 Hyundai Genesis better.
    "Better buy. More features, better looks, lower cost maintenance. It also stands out from the crowd."

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    Handling Ranked 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-Class better.
    "More solid"
    Front Seats Ranked 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-Class better.
    "Bucket and lumbar"
    2013 Infiniti G37 Sport Coupe Review
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    Fun Gt — Leased a 2013 G37S, 6MT, black on black. Put 18,900 miles on it in two years during a good mix of urban (painful) commuting, long road trips and fun back roads. It even saw a little bit of snow. First, this is a great looking car, period. Everybody comments on it and everyone wants to ride in it. Not why I got it, but fun none-the-less. This is a lot of car for the money. It comes with a smooth-revving V-6 with decent HP and torque, really good steering (feedback and response), a nice short-throw shifter, perfect sport seats and excellent outward visibility. When driving in traffic, I felt more like I was part of this car rather then just sitting in it as a voting member. The nearly flat torque curve (~peak torque from 2700RPM-6500RPM) means acceptable acceleration in almost every gear and the precise street handling meant for quick lane changes. This car was well engineered. It doesn't have adjustable ANYTHING. No throttle, suspension, steering or traction control settings (just on or off). Guess what? When engineers know they don't have three settings to figure out, they do a good job perfecting the only setting they will have. The result? Responsive, predictable handling, excellent steering, a firm (but live-able ride) and fun-enough traction control. Ok, the less then stellar parts. This car despises traffic. After driving in miserable stop and go for a few weeks, I actually started hating this car. The reason is the clutch engagement. You have to NAIL the RPM to avoid a "jouncy" (jumping/bouncy) engagement (with corresponding wheel hop) OR get the unsatisfying over-revved long take-up. Also, the brakes are just ok. More than adequate for daily driving, but would be toast for just about anything more spirited. Last and my most hated attribute...the throttle has a significant delay - it is drive by wire and is super-laggy. This makes rev-matching painful and imprecise. Very maddening. Engine roll-off or wind-down is equally frustrating. The engine very slowly unwinds, even at high-rpms (no doubt for emissions and comforts sake). The end state is a not-so sports car feeling. In the final analysis, what I really wanted was an E90 M3 6MT, which replaced this G37S and has addressed all of my concerns...except steering. The G37S' is still better. In summary, this is a great 8/10th's car, not meant for the track, but really good on the street. Also, this makes me shudder, but it might even be better with the 7-speed auto. How sad is that?!

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Steering is really precise with excellent feedback. Exterior proportions and lines, interior style and most materials, front sport seats are superbly designed and supportive, visibility is quite good, blue-tooth streaming audio sound quality, general tech integration, absolutely bullet-proof reliability.
    Handling, braking, acceleration and intake/exhaust sounds are all satisfying.

    Cons: Tiny trunk, useable but small back seats (duh, it's a coupe), smallish and cartoony navigation, Bose stereo (great lows, just muddy highs and mids), engine would be perfect with about 75-100 more HP/torque.  They are everywhere down south...

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    Looks/Style Ranked 2013 Audi A8 worse.
    Would Buy Ranked 2013 Audi A8 worse.
    2013 Infiniti G37 Review
    Great pickup, but not good sight lines/felt it was hard to see well for a shorter person
    2013 Infiniti G37 Review
    Power, style and price.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2012 Infiniti G37 Reviews

    Awesome By mak3del

    The performance is what attracted me to this car , its the second g37 we own, this one was a manual transmission so it was a bit irritating during traffic but overall is an excellent car. i loved it v... Read More

    Fast & Furious, Infiniti Style :) By Racer_X

    The 3.7L V6 with 330 HP and 270 lb/ft of torque provides very quick acceleration, even with the 7 speed auto trans. Love the comfortable and supportive heated leather seats. All of the controls are we... Read More

    2011 Infiniti G37 Reviews

    Sports Car Without Giving Up Creature Comforts By great_car07

    If you are looking to buy a sports car AND still want all the options of a luxury vehicle, this is the car to buy. If your looking for a sporty looking car that rides like luxury sedan look elsewhere.... Read More

    Best Luxury Tuner By juicebox

    I love Nissan to be honest. but when I saw the g37, I just had to buy it. it really sexy and it sound awesome with the mods I inputted. but most of all it just so damn fun to drive! Read More

    2010 Infiniti G37 Reviews

    Sporty Crusier By maduko

    This is my second G37 Sedan. The anniversary package with red seats and ground effects makes it a unique example. At first the red seats were a bit of a surprise- but after a few miles we really like ... Read More

    Awesome Care By stacieparr

    I love driving this car. Even my golf clubs fit in the trunk. I would recommend this car to anyone looking for a sleek sexy awesome ride..... Black on Black look great and everyones head turn when y... Read More

    2009 Infiniti G37 Reviews

    Reliable Car By Kennyrsx

    Trunk space Is too small. Overall is a good powerful car. Car has some blind spots that needs to get used to. The coupe style is definitely the more sporty appearance car that can last for few years ... Read More

    Over All It Is One Of The Best Driving Experiences I've Ever Had. By yefrem11

    Obviously you must like a car esthetically before you buy it so I love the design. Having been a mechanic for over 15 years, I can tell you a great deal about a car just from a test drive. And a test... Read More

    2008 Infiniti G37 Reviews

    Pretty Fun To Drive By christianxc1982

    i love the look of this car but is no space in the back seats when i go to the grocery store i cant fit too much groceries in the trunk and my kids hate the back seats,other then that i love my car. Read More

    G37s Fast, High Tech, Great Style By pacheck

    I have always enjoyed the technology, luxury, and power this car offers. Just push the push button ignition and you know this is a great vehicle. The handling is top notch and way you feel when you'r... Read More

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