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$34,319
BASE MSRP
$37,150
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The 2011 Infiniti G37 Coupe is about on par with most rivals in fuel-efficiency, though the extra weight in Convertible models brings mileage to a more eyebrow-raising level.
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19 mpg city, 27 highway (G37 Coupe automatic); 18/25 (G37 Coupe manual); 18/25 (G37x Coupe); 17/25 (G37 Convertible auto); 16/24 (G37 Convertible manual)
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The EPA ratings for the car put it at 16 mpg city and 24 mpg highway, but we only averaged 16.2 mpg in combined city and freeway driving.
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With EPA fuel economy figures of up to 19 mpg city, 27 highway, the 2011 Nissan G37 Coupe is a little less fuel-efficient than a typical mid-size sedan—and about the same on gas as six-cylinder luxury sports cars like the BMW Z4 and Porsche Boxster. Unfortunately, due to several hundred pounds of extra weight, the Coupe doesn't do nearly as well, with ratings ranging as low as 16/24.

Although the Infiniti G Sedan comes in a new G25 variant for 2011, featuring a 218-hp, 2.5-liter V-6 that provides an improvement of 2 mpg on the highway, Infiniti is sticking to its guns with the Coupe and Convertible and only offering them with the larger engine.

Conclusion

The 2011 Infiniti G37 Coupe is about on par with most rivals in fuel-efficiency, though the extra weight in Convertible models brings mileage to a more eyebrow-raising level.

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