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$34,319
BASE MSRP
$37,150
On Features
The 2011 G37 Coupe and Convertible stick with Infiniti’s formula of offering lots of convenience and luxury features, all standard, and plenty of tech and entertainment upgrades.
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Although the G37 Convertible's top is fully automatic, as all the driver needs to do is push a button to make it go up or down, it seemed to take longer than other cars we've tested to complete its full operation.
CNET

G37 has a 7-inch dashboard screen with or without navigation, and many functions work through controls mounted horizontally below the screen.
Consumer Guide

one of the best nav systems in the business
Edmunds' Inside Line

Navigation includes traffic and weather, and the Bluetooth phone system lets you dial by name through voice command.
CNET

There's also a premium options package — a must-have, in our opinion — that adds key features such as a Bose Open Air 13-speaker sound system with iPod integration, Bluetooth hands-free calling capability and climate-controlled seats (not available with sport seats).
MSN Autos

While the 2011 Infiniti G37 might not hold up to luxury-coupe expectations in some areas, like comfort and cabin noise, there's no reason to be disappointed about its features and options.

Both the Coupe and Convertible include a long list of standard features. Coupes are built with automatic climate control, an intelligent key, and leather upholstery. Higher trim grades get upgraded audio; a dual-zone climate system; intelligent cruise control; adaptive front lighting; a hard-drive-based navigation system; and four-wheel active steering. All-wheel drive is an option. All Convertibles come with leather seating; the power hardtop; a door-mounted button to lower the roof before entering or after exiting; an MP3-capable sound system; a rearview camera; a navigation system with hard-drive music storage and XM Satellite Radio with real-time traffic data; and an iPod connection kit that's quick to index your favorite music.

Options include a multispeaker Bose audio system that tunes its output to the car's top-down status; a climate control system that does the same; and heated and cooled seats. Sport and Premium packages toss in 19-inch wheels, Bluetooth, radar-based cruise control, and adaptive headlights—and for 2011, the Sport package can be had in combination with all-wheel drive.

Infiniti's navigation and sound system is a favorite option, with the nav system offering 3D "flyover" views at a higher resolution than you'll see in most nav systems, while the Bose sound system allows easy access to music and playlists without too much wheel-and-button fuss-and that's increasingly rare in imported luxury cars.

Conclusion

The 2011 G37 Coupe and Convertible stick with Infiniti’s formula of offering lots of convenience and luxury features, all standard, and plenty of tech and entertainment upgrades.

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