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The ultimate overpriced sports coupe. by Ronald on 03/03/2011. Trim: 2011 Infiniti G Convertible 37, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Nice looks
Cons: Overpriced for its offering, especially its performance.
Overall review: Overpriced
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Luxury Convertible by Stan from Washington, DC on 06/12/2012. Trim: 2011 Infiniti G Convertible, Owned 1 year.
Pros: The G37S is a fantastic car - great looks, great comfort, incredible acceleration above 40 mph, paddle shifters are great fun, super quiet with top up, way too much fun to drive.
Cons: A little trunk space would be nice, but who really cares! There is nothing to dislike about this car.
Overall review: This is truly a luxury sports car. I looked at the BMW 335i, the MB SLK, and the Lexus I SC and none compared to the G37S. I'm amazed more people haven't found this car. If you're looking for best convertible for the $$, look no further than the G37S
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Soothing, Sporty Drive by An MSN Autos Consumer on 06/06/2012. Trim: 2011 Infiniti G Convertible 37 Sport 6MT, Owned 1 year.
Pros: I have the Sport. We've owned two other G35/G37s and opted for the convertible. You can feel that it's heavier than the non-convertibles when driving, but it's a great drive still. With the wind deflector and heated/cooled seats, it's a comfortable pleasure to drive in nearly any conditions. The hard top goes up/down pretty quickly. It actually feels safe from the added weight and when you read about it, the pop up seats sound very cool - just hope to never need them, I've had compliments from other people while driving - really suprised at how much they like the look. Looking forward to soaking up more rays this summer...
Cons: The back seats become the storage with the top down, but I guess that's expected. I miss the rear active steering. The added weight loses a bit of acceleration.
Overall review: Wow, it's so soothing and fun to drive. It's got the most "engine" for it's class of hard tops. Mine is actually a Sport AT - not the 6MT.
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Great hardtop convertible by An MSN Autos Consumer on 05/04/2011. Trim: 2011 Infiniti G Convertible 37, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Had a BMW 335I conv which I loved but was going out of warranty. The Infiniti is more comfortable, more intuitively user friendly and about 20% less expensive all things being equal. Good performance (almost as good as the 335i).
Cons: Too much road noise. Wasted and inadequite trunk space if you opt out of a spare.
Overall review: On balance a real winner. It doesn't come out of the blocks like the twin turbo BMW but is quick. Good looking. Closest thing to my wife's old SC430 we have found.
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Best In Class: Infiniti G37 Convertible. by Andy Atlanta, GA on 03/17/2011. Trim: 2011 Infiniti G Convertible 37, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: This car handled much better than the Lexis 350 ISC. The Lexus had power but the Infinity was a fun ride. The style was eye catching. Everyone who sees this car on the road gives it a double take.
Cons: It's not a Lexus but really who cares. It's a better car and is more performance oriented than the comparable Lexus.
Overall review: I've tested all of the convertibles in this market niche and was very suprised what a great car the Infiniti is. I never thought I'd buy one.
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