The 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible blends plenty of standard features with upscale options to make most luxury convertible shoppers happy.
First and foremost, the convertible top’s operation is a simple affair, taking “30 seconds to dance elegantly into its hatch,” Popular Mechanics reports. When the top goes down, the G37 Convertible adapts; it can be outfitted with “heated and cooled seats…and even a climate-control system that will adjust the fan according to speed.”
The convertible-specific features also include “an optional adaptive climate control system and the Bose Open Air sound system with headrest-mounted speakers,” Edmunds says, as well as “an available mesh wind blocker [that] keeps air buffeting to a minimum at freeway-plus speeds.”
Standard features on the 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible include “leather seats, a double-hand-stitched leather steering wheel (with multifunction buttons for audio and cruise control), dual-zone climate control, a rearview monitor system and a six-speaker CD audio system with MP3 and satellite radio capabilities,” Edmunds says. Optional in packages are features like Bluetooth, Adaptive Climate Control, a 13-speaker Bose Open Air sound system, and the “optional sport seats…(part of the Sport package),” Edmunds adds, which “offer a superb combination of lateral support and comfort.”
Among the options, Infiniti’s “Bose 'Studio on Wheels' premium audio system with iPod connectivity" and a "Music Box 9.3-gigabyte digital music storage unit" are worthwhile features, reports ForbesAutos. And while its controls are simple to figure out, Edmunds wishes there were more “audio adjustment options in the G37 convertible, as both the standard system and the optional Bose system give you only treble, bass, balance and fader controls to play with.”