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2012 Infiniti G37 Coupe and Convertible
"The 2012 Infiniti G37 has a sleek and modern look that evokes performance, even while at rest."
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Quality and Performance with sub-par technical design decisions (non-navi) by Driving Enthusiast from Georgia on 12/30/2013. Trim: 2010 Infiniti G37 Sport 6MT, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Performance, good looks (specially if you have the "S" version), nice fit and finish. I particularly love the growl from the exhaust note; it sounds better than some V8 muscle cars - powerful, yet refined.
Cons: 1) Bluetooth phone integration: in my case, I can receive and make phone calls, but the process is cumbersome (I have to say 4 separate voice commands to make a single call) and I cannot load, store, or manage my phone book. 2) Unable to stream audio via bluetooth, BUT I get a 9GB hard drive to copy CDs? 3) No 3.5mm auxiliary input jack. This means I cannot hook up my phone/mp3 player to the car. 4) there's no digital speedometer option on the trip computer, but they do have an option to view current MPG usage on BOTH screens. 5) no digital clock option on either screen; 6) The outside temp can only be read via the small screen on the dashboard, and not the large one on the control panel.
Overall review: Overall I really like the car. Very comfortable, the seats are awesome - I have the Sport version. Performance is fantastic; this car is FAST. There is some noticeable body roll, which I expected as this is quite a heavy car. Overall, as a driver's car, it is great, and I am very satisfied. If you plan on getting one, I strongly recommend you buy one with the navigation package; it will save you a lot of unpleasant surprises and headaches. most of the issues I mentioned above are resolved with the navigation package.
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