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Navigation is not available on the G25
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a USB port for your iPod and a sunroof for an additional $1000.
The G25 gets a low-resolution display that lacks contrast and clarity. Glare is also a major problem, and for some inexplicable reason, the navigation package that's optional on the G37 isn't offered.
No car really is simple nowadays, but G manages to avoid the type of needless complexity of BMW's iDrive and copy-cat multilayered control systems.
For 2013, Infiniti has dropped the G25 models, as well as the G37 Sport Appearance Edition and G37 Limited Edition from the lineup, leaving just three models: G37 sedan Journey, G37 Sedan Sport 6MT, and G37x Sedan AWD.
Across either model, standard equipment includes leather upholstery, power front seats, automatic climate control, a six-speaker audio system, and XM satellite radio. Journey models add Bluetooth, a rearview monitor, heated seats and mirrors, and dual-zone climate control.
If you're a driving enthusiast, you might head straight to the G37 Sedan Sport models; they're focused toward those who like mountain roads and plan track time—so they include a Viscous Limited Slip Differential, in addition to a host of track-worthy upgrades like larger vented disc brakes, sport steering gear, W-rated performance tires, plus active head restraints and thigh extensions (which taller drivers will love) in the more aggressively bolstered sport seats.
An audiophile Infiniti Studio on Wheels system by Bose is optional, as is an optional next-generation hard-drive-based navigation system with higher-resolution screen, XM Weather, XM NavTraffic, and live rerouting, as well as Zagat restaurant ratings and reviews.
The feature set for the 2013 Infiniti G37 Sedan closely parallels that of other premium sport sedans.