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2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe vs. Its Competition

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2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe 2-door Sport Side Exterior View
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BMW knew that its 3 Series coupe had grown pretty big.

This growth left room for the 2008 1 Series coupe to make the trip across the Atlantic to these shores.

This gives BMW two coupes, both of which are capable machines.

Right off, if you're looking for a convertible, BMW has the Infiniti G37 covered, as both the 3er and 1er come with dropping tops.

Dynamically, however, the G37 gives either BMW a run for its money.

If you like automatic gearboxes, the editors of prefer the Infiniti's to the BMW's. Compared to the beautifully styled 2008 Audi TT, the G37 is a more dynamic performer.

The Audi is front-wheel drive, and this blunts the car's moves.

However, if all-wheel drive is something you're looking for, the Audi (and the BMW 3 Series) offers it, while the G37 does not.

There is a new Audi TTS coming for 2009 with more power than today's car.

Lastly, if you can go without the Infiniti owner experience and the extra seats, Nissan's own 350Z has handling that's just as brilliant.

2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe 2-door Sport Side Exterior View2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe2008 BMW 1-Series 128i2008 BMW 1-Series2008 BMW 3-Series 2-door Convertible 328i Side Exterior View2008 BMW 3-Series2008 Nissan 350Z 2-door Coupe Man Rear Exterior View2008 Nissan 350Z
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The Infiniti G37 Coupe is the best-selling coupe in the segment for a number of good reasons: it’s incredibly fast and handles well, and it’s good-looking in a well-heeled way.
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The 2008 BMW 1-Series makes a true Bimmer available for under $30,000 (but just barely).
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The 2008 BMW 3-Series sedan has the best overall driving experience in its class and remains the gold standard among mid-size sport sedans.
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The 2008 Nissan 350Z returns to its roots, with amazing V-6 power and rear-drive handling.
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