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Infiniti G37

Year: Starting at $37,350 MPG 19-27 The Infiniti G has been praised as one of the most driver-focused vehicles in the entry-luxury segment, with an entertaining rear-wheel-drive chassis and responsive engines. The lineup includes sedan, coupe, and convertible models. In a somewhat puzzling move, Infiniti has simplified and stripped down the 2013 Infiniti G lineup, discontinuing the base G25 sedan, G37 Sport Appearance Edition, and G37 Limited Edition, leaving the upscale Nissan brand without a true competitor to the Lexus IS 250. The Infiniti G37 Coupe base model is no longer available. There are now only three models in the G sedan lineup: the G37 Sedan Journey, G37 Sedan Sport 6MT, and G37x Sedan AWD. Prices range from $37,795, including an $895 destination charge, for the base Sedan Journey to $42,395 for the Sedan Sport 6MT. All Gs now get a standard 328-horsepower 3.7-liter V-6 engine mated to either a seven-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed manual transmission. The G convertible is our least favorite of the body styles because the retractable hard top can squeak and creak on all but the smoothest roads. The G gets high marks for good handling, user-friendly controls, and attractive cabin materials. The G37 still ranks as one of the most fun-to-drive cars in its class, but the cramped rear seat in the coupe and convertible models is best left to small kids. …