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QUALITY | 6 out of 10
G's a small car; not cramped but trim. Be sure your tush fits the bucket seats.
the [G25's] interior is less posh
The 2011 Infiniti G25's 2.5-liter V6 sings through the rev range with such willingness and subtlety that it embarrasses the larger, more powerful V6 in the G37
Edmunds' Inside Line
The 2013 G37 Sedan remains hard to fault for performance; but shoppers focused on practicality might have trouble warming up to this sport sedan.While the G37's interior is premium in feel and stylish in appearance, it's not necessary lavish. Front seats deliver good support and are nicely contoured (perhaps a little snug for some), while in back the accommodations are tighter; adults will probably find just enough legroom, though it's not the kind of place where most will want to be passing time--mostly because headroom is scarce due to the coupe-like roofline.
The G37 has a back-seat ski pass-through, but there are no folding rear seatbacks--a feature you do get in most other sport sedans this size. But trunk space is good, with a well-shaped cargo area.
As much as you might expect the G37 sedan to feel like a luxury model--or even see it as one--it's hard to overlook all the noise, vibration, and coarseness, from the road and from the engine, that you hear and feel in the cabin. Ride quality isn't jarring, but it can also be coarse and jittery.
The G37 Sedan feels snug and coupe-like inside -- and not all that roomy or quiet.