The Infiniti brand represents a strong mix of luxury, style, and performance, and the features list on the 2008 Infiniti G37 certainly bears that out. Between the lengthy resume of standard features and the impressive array of optional features, the 2008 Infiniti G37 is loaded to the gills.
When it comes to standard features on the Infiniti 2008 G37, reviews read by TheCarConnection.com indicate that "standard features are plentiful," as ForbesAutos puts it. There are a few differences between the three trim levels, but Edmunds mentions that even the base Infiniti G37 comes standard with "bi-xenon headlights, keyless ignition, leather upholstery, eight-way driver and four-way passenger power seats," as well as a "CD/MP3 player with satellite radio." Kelley Blue Book adds that the base model Infiniti 2008 G37 includes a "touch-screen LCD display" that "features an intuitive, visually appealing interface." Moving up to the Journey and Sport 6MT versions of the Infiniti G37, Edmunds says that the "Journey trim adds an eight-way power passenger seat, dual-zone automatic climate control and an in-dash six-CD changer," while the Infiniti 2008 Sport 6MT trim of the G37 gets "sport-styled front seats."
Aside from the standard features, the 2008 Infiniti G37 has plenty of room for little upgrades to suit anyone's taste. Among the more "noteworthy options," ForbesAutos mentions "a rear-view camera, an 11-speaker Bose 'Studio on Wheels' premium audio system with iPod connectivity," and a "Music Box 9.3-gigabyte digital music storage unit." That is far from the end of the list, though, as Kelley Blue Book reviewers also find that the 2008 Infiniti G37 can be equipped with "Intelligent Cruise Control" and "Bluetooth hands-free cell phone connectivity," along with "a hard drive-based touch-screen navigation system with real-time traffic info." The Intelligent Cruise Control offered on the Infiniti G37 is particularly impressive, and Cars.com reports that it "can match highway speeds with the car ahead," and the system even "preloads the brakes for faster response if the car in front slams on its brakes."