2010 Infiniti G37x Coupe — Flash Drive
This 2010 review is representative of model years 2008 to 2013.
By Staff of MSN Autos
The Infiniti G37x is a pleasure to drive. From the great technological features to the comfortable interior to the tight handling, this luxury automobile will please just about everyone. Plus, the V6 puts down all the horsepower you'll ever need. It also delivered 21 mpg in mixed driving, which is decent, considering that it develops 330 horsepower. The coupe did have a tight back seat and small trunk, so occupants might be cramped if more than two people try to take an extended weekend trip. –Joe Chulick
The Infiniti G37x is a comfortable and stylish coupe that no longer needs to convince anyone it is a serious rival to the ubiquitous BMW 3-Series. The distinctive rumble from the engine is the most recognizable sound of any car in recent times, but it's never intrusive for driver or passenger. Equipped with all-wheel drive, the G37x has relatively good handling and inspires confidence in any conditions. Sadly, I achieved only about 16 mpg during my drive, and I wasn't aggressive with the throttle or the top speed. Although the fuel-economy rating for the G37x is almost the same as its top competitors, I always seem to do the worst with the G37x in the real world. Fuel economy aside, I like this Infiniti just fine. But I wouldn't be able to put fuel economy aside when making a buying decision. –Paul Hagger
If you want a Nissan Z car but are looking for a more luxurious ride, the G37x coupe is the way to go. It won't necessarily stand out in a crowd, but it does look good. The interior is nice, and you do get a back seat, but it's pretty small. The power plant offers plenty of oomph and a nice-sounding exhaust note. The handling is impressive — the G really grips around the corners — even in the wet, thanks to the vehicle's stellar all-wheel-drive system. One drawback to this car, though, is the intrusive road noise. And while some engines at high rpm sound really good, the V6 in the G is just loud. Overall, the G37x is a nice option for a well-equipped sport sedan. Aside from the noise, this would be an easy car to drive every day. –Perry Stern