2011 Infiniti G Coupe
There are 3 user reviews for the 37x AWD trim shown below
- Looks good on the exterior
- Interior and brakes are horrible
Purchased As New
Third time Infiniti buyer and third time was NOT the charm. My car has been in the shop 5 times in the first 14 months of ownership for brake noise. Noise loud enough to be heard inside the house when I enter/exit the driveway. Excuse after excuse from the dealer with no real resolution. First it was a pin, then a hose and now a spring. I have to fight to get them to reproduce every single time. I've been told "they squeak when they're cold" then "they squeak when they're hot" and finally "it's not a safe issue". Opened a case with customer service. What a joke. Called 4 times now, twice spoke to the rep and twice left messages. NOT A SINGLE THING DONE as a result of my case being opened. Quality of the interior is awful. Leather seats cracking after just a year, silver trim knicks with the slightest pressure. Every silver panel on my car has dents and scratches, looks TERRIBLE. Dealer replaced one of them as goodwill and a day later there were already two knicks on it. New panel is worse than the old one. Very frustrated, wish I'd never bought this car. Buyer beware....read morehide
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- Sexy stylish, beautiful interior, awesome power, AWD safety, best value in class
- Small trunk
Purchased As New
A5: underpowered + overpriced
Mustang GT: loud, bloated, and cheap ugly interior
Genesis coupe: cheap interior, it's a hyudai
I didn't know much about the G37 except that it was good looking before I test drove it and ended up getting a lease on one. This is the perfect combination of exterior styling, luxury, and performance. Acceleration is awesome. I've been in faster cars off the line but this is certainly very fast. Highway acceleration is a joy, quite frankly it will take you to 100 and beyond quickly and effortless if you press the gas. There is very little body roll and steering is spot on but the ride is still acceptable on rough roads. I've gotten only compliments since getting this ride....read morehide
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- Stereo and navigation system, quite ride
- poor acceleration, tight fit, no automatic lights
Purchased As New
I traded in my Mustang GT for the G37x thinking I was going to get the best of both worlds an all wheel drive sports car. I found the G37x acceleration to be poor on a number of occasions.
There were times I was pulling out on a shopping plaza onto a major highway. I could see traffic coming so decided to gun the G37x thinking I would be doing 60 mph in no time. This wasn't the case, when I gunned it there seemed to be a 1-2 second and with cars barrelling down on you it's not a good thing. Even when I went to pass people on the highway I didn't get that instantaneous power i was so used to in the Mustang GT.
I was alos dissapointed that I had to turn the lights on and off. With my Jeep Laredo I just set the lights to auto and the car turns them on when it gets dark enough.
I'm only 5'8" and the seat\drivers side feels a bit tight and cramped.
On the psitive side, the stereo and navigation system are AWESOME and the ride is very quiet. I can talk on the blue tooth with no problem.
I leased the G37x amd am going to transfer the lease and buy a new Mustang. I have a separate Jeep for the bad weather. I will never try to combine my wants/needs into one package again....read morehide
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