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The 2011 Infiniti G37 Sedan has a snug cockpit feel that some will like, but if you want an especially quiet, refined luxury sedan it's not the right pick.
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G's a small car; not cramped but trim. Be sure your tush fits the bucket seats.
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the [G25's] interior is less posh
Popular Mechanics

The 2011 Infiniti G25's 2.5-liter V6 sings through the rev range with such willingness and subtlety that it embarrasses the larger, more powerful V6 in the G37
Edmunds' Inside Line



While the G Sedan has the looks and segment-leading athleticism, the weak link of the G Sedan's package might be seating, cabin space, and general refinement and ride comfort. The front seats of the G 37 Sedan are nicely contoured, but they can be a bit too narrow or snug for some. There's adequate legroom, though headroom is somewhat scarce. The backseat is hardly a place for adults to spend long periods of time—made worse by a shortage of legroom and oddly reclined seatbacks. In back, the seatbacks don't fold forward as they do in many sport sedans, but there's a pass-through for skis and such, and trunk space is decent.

The G Sedan's cabin has a feel that's more like that of a high-end sports car than a luxury sedan; it's sporty and premium but not at all lavish. But fit and finish are top-notch and trims have been upgraded in recent years. Overall, the G Sedan rides more like a sport coupe as well; while it's not downright jarring, a lot of road noise makes it inside. Additionally, the G37's engine is significantly more coarse—both vocally, and in terms of vibration—than other rival engines.

Conclusion

The 2011 Infiniti G37 Sedan has a snug cockpit feel that some will like, but if you want an especially quiet, refined luxury sedan it's not the right pick.

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