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7.0
/ 10
On Quality
BASE INVOICE
$34,319
BASE MSRP
$37,150
On Quality
The 2011 Infiniti G37 provides reasonably good front-seat comfort, along with excellent cabin materials, but the harsh ride and noisy interior might disappoint those who want more of a luxury coupe.
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The main gauge cluster moves with the tilt steering wheel.
Consumer Guide

the engine is far raspier than the precision sewing-machine smoothness of either German competitor
AutoWeek

lacks some refinement for everyday driving
CNET

Top down, you're left with just 2.0 cu ft of cargo space, so pack light.
Motor Trend

All G37s lack the overall ride composure of top German rivals.
Consumer Guide

Inside the 2011 G37 Coupe and Convertible, there's a lot to like. The base seats are fine, while the available sport seats have more adjustable supports and cosset a little more snugly. The seats in these models are mounted a little lower, which they need to be for the lower roofline, so it's all good, at least in the front seat.

While the G37's front seats are cozy, the rear seats are nearly useless. Both the G37 Convertible and Coupe have a back seat that's barely passable for kids; in the Convertible it might as well be called a 2+2 as there's scant headroom with the top up.

The Coupe sets aside 7.4 cubic feet of trunk space, which actually is larger at 10.3 cubic feet with the roof raised-considerably less with the top lowered, though the backseats are better used as luggage space anyway.

Two passengers will appreciate the tightly constructed cabins and the wealth of expensive-feeling wood and aluminum trims, as well as the engaging noises filtering into the cabin from the V-6.

Just as in the G Sedans, those expecting a luxury coupe might be a little disappointed with the G37 Coupe's refinement. In addition to more road noise than typical for this class of vehicle, the G37 Coupe's engine can be coarse and noisy when revved, and ride quality can be choppy and nervous, especially with the available 19-inch wheels.

Conclusion

The 2011 Infiniti G37 provides reasonably good front-seat comfort, along with excellent cabin materials, but the harsh ride and noisy interior might disappoint those who want more of a luxury coupe.

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