2010 Infiniti G37 Review

2010 Infiniti G37 Review  - Reviews - Infiniti G

If you're shopping $40,000 sport sedans, the Infiniti G37 is required driving: It is smartly appointed, well-equipped, reliable and as much of a hoot to drive as the BMW 3 Series.

The BMW pedestal is high praise; in terms of sheer driving dynamics, the G37 is arguably the only competitor that can share that position. For 2010, the G comes as a sedan, coupe or convertible and is available in base, Journey, Sport and Anniversary editions. Click here to see the whole lineup or here to compare the 2010 G37 with the 2009. We evaluated the 2010 convertible earlier this year, so this review focuses on the car we drove more recently: an all-wheel-drive G37x Sport.

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Heater and air conditioner (automatic)
1. (front defroster) button 2. (rear window defroster) button 3. OFF button 4. Fan speed decrease button 5. Fan speed increase button 6. AUTO climate control ON button 7. REAR ...

Operating vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode
Operating vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode To turn on the cruise control, quickly push and release the MAIN switch A on. The cruise indicator light, set distance indicator and set vehicle s ...

Good Ride, Better Handling
Though firmer than some in this class — the Mercedes C-Class, for one — the G37 rides comfortably, especially given our test car's stiffer rear-shock tuning, 18-inch wheels and lower-profile tires ...