2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible
Manufacturer: Infiniti Part number: 101280777
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CNET editors' review
price range: $33,250.00
- Reviewed by: Wayne Cunningham
- Reviewed on: 09/01/2010
The good: The premium Bose audio system in the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible produces superb, detailed sound. Navigation includes traffic and weather, and the Bluetooth phone system lets you dial by name through voice command.
The bad: The convertible top takes up all the trunk space when down. Fuel economy is poor.
The bottom line: The 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible offers an excellent cabin tech package and fun sporting capabilities, but lacks some refinement for everyday driving.
Gorgeous, Fun and Reliable!
by yoantnee on January 29, 2012
Pros: Ive had this car for 2 years. It is a blast to drive. plenty of power and great handling. It looks great with top up or down.
Sound system is incredible. nothing beats taking this car out for a drive with the top down on a summer night.
Cons: Gas mileage averages around 17 ( and i drive on the freeway alot)
Top takes a long time to open or close.
trunk space is small but you have the entire back seat.
Summary: Seats are super comfortable and love the navigation. This was my 3rd infiniti and i have to say i they make great sport coupes. not crazy about their sedans. No ...
Summary: Seats are super comfortable and love the navigation. This was my 3rd infiniti and i have to say i they make great sport coupes. not crazy about their sedans. No car on the road has that distinctive exhaust like the g37. The clincher is infiniti service. although i've heard horror stories elsewhere, they make me really consider buying another..
Great car, great value
by yahoojee on September 27, 2011
Pros: styling, ride, power, interior refinement, very quiet with top down, great sound from engine without being too loud, plenty of power despite extra weight (which I think is overblown in all the reviews, yes the coupe is faster but this car is plenty fast,
Cons: yes I could say trunk space like every review on this car (does anyone besides me find the reviewer kind of annoying?) but you know that going into it so use the back seat because no one sits there anyway. 18" wheels are not that attractive nor is the al
Summary: I looked at alot of convertibles before buying this one.. A5 (which I really liked, but liked this better) Z convertible (WAY too noisy with top up) and BMW Z4 (...
Summary: I looked at alot of convertibles before buying this one.. A5 (which I really liked, but liked this better) Z convertible (WAY too noisy with top up) and BMW Z4 (really liked this car too, but more expensive and kind of a women's car. it looks really great top up or down and I live in a location with inclement weather so with the top up you don't even know it's a convertible which I value greatly.not sure why my "pro' of the navi system got truncated but the navi on this car is very good. the reviewer should also do his homework and change the color scheme from "childish" white to black - it looks great. Infiniti dealerships are also top notch compared to other luxury brands..
Updated on Sep 27, 2011
Top 4-seat, hard-top, sport-luxury convert. under 60K
by jdstarek on August 16, 2011
Pros: Great nav. system (I've used many, from Audi to Merc, to Cadillac...Infiniti hit the mark!)
Screw the Jones'--you will get noticed in this because it ISN'T a BMW or Audi!
Truly a luxury sports car. The ride is plush and interior pretty, but this car will
Cons: Not quite as fast as you might hope, but still quick
The top takes a long...long...time
The automatic has a hard time deciding when and where to shift
Summary: I've driven the 335, A5, E350, SC430, EOS, and several others. Without shelling out an additional 20K for the SC430 I've not found a car that checks all ...
Summary: I've driven the 335, A5, E350, SC430, EOS, and several others. Without shelling out an additional 20K for the SC430 I've not found a car that checks all the same boxes as the G37 (4-seater, hard-top convertible, and the perfect blend of sport and luxury). The key component with the G37 is that it is a true luxury car, but it has the look and (arguably) the performance of a sports car. It's not going to win many races, but it will get you very comfortably wherever you are going, faster than your friends (unless they own an SL, SC or an XK). BTW all of those cars cost nearly twice as much!
Fun car with the roof up or down. Xclnt highway MPG.
by ralphyf1 on September 3, 2010
Pros: G37 convertible is a fun and very comfortable car with roof either in the up or down position. It has the power to get you going and handles well. On recent trip it averaged 26.9 mpg, roof up, driving around the posted speed limit of 70.
Cons: The cons: no spare tire - am paranoid about that and of course the trunk space issue. But when on holiday, I won't lower the roof during the highway portion of the trip. No latch for a chid car seat in the back.
Summary: The car is fun, starting from the instant you push the "start" button and hear the sound reverberating from the garage walls, great tone. Infinity engineers must have spent hours ...
Summary: The car is fun, starting from the instant you push the "start" button and hear the sound reverberating from the garage walls, great tone. Infinity engineers must have spent hours coming up with the right tone for the exhaust. Underway, this baby responds to the driver's command instantly. The leather heated/cooled seats are great and an option I'll will always want.
When it comes to driving, nothing can beat the G37 roof down on a fun road in nice weather. I love the backup camera system - that is great.
On a recent road trip, DFW area to Des Moines, including a bit of driving around DSM, I averaged 26.9 MPG - pretty good in my book. The aerodynamic styling and 7 speed transmission certainly help. Of course the highway driving was with the roof in the up position.
The interior is very nice, the lighting in the car at night and door panel light give it a luxury feel. The back seat is ok for small children or adults on short trips unless the people in the front are very short in which case you can move the front seats up to make room in the back. Front seats can go back almost to the edge of the back seats - so it is less room than economy on U.S. airlines.
I have not found a latch where you can secure a baby/child's car seat in the back and of course you don't mount those in the front. When that need occurs, I use the other car.
I do not like that the car does not come with a spare but comes with a pump. Which might be ok, if you notice a slow leak or an almost flat tire. But, what if you shred a tire on the highway or get a gash on a tire, that pump isn't going to help one damn bit - is it?
Trunk space is limited but I get a large 3 suiter suitcase, a smaller suitcae and 2 carry-ons and into the trunk. During the cross country portion of the trip I won't lower the roof anyway. There is a small compartment in the trunk under the roof storage area where you can put stuff. That area is about 5" deep and 27"x28" in size.
This is the first convertible I've owned and have wanted a hardtop convertible since I was a kid and saw those 57 Ford Skyliners.
Fast, Fun and aFfordable
by torontoguy1968 on September 2, 2010
Pros: - A/C seats in the premier editinon (a must for convertibles)
- Handles well but not as quick off the gates at the 335 cab, but then th power is tremendous.
- nav system, Bluetooth audio steaming, ipod connection
- rearview camera and sonar.
Cons: -The stereo could use a subwoofer
- The nav system cannot be programmed when in motion
- when the top is down voice entry turns off.
- sonar volume too low
- trunk space small (there is a hidden compartment to store stuff even when the roof is down
Summary: I have the BMW 335 cab before and this car is comparable. Not as fast but then costs a lot less
It is not as quick off the gates as ...
Summary: I have the BMW 335 cab before and this car is comparable. Not as fast but then costs a lot less
It is not as quick off the gates as the BMW which is surprising as it is not a turbo but once it gets going the power is tremendous.
The roof does take more time to open and close and trunk space is problematic but you can store golf clubs in the trunk under the hidden compartment so all is not lost
the A/C and A/C seats are amazing (in the premier edition) and are a must if you want to drive to work in 80 degree plus weather. Works great even in a shirt and a tie.
The Bluetooth audio streaming works great on my bold, and sounds as good as the iPod direct connection. Combine that with the satellite radio, Hard-drive CD storage, DVD player (when the car is not in motion) and it is a entertainment machine
I love the drive of this car so much so that I don't miss my BMW anymore (well OK I do but the drop in my monthly payments have made me feel better. They rearview camera/sonar combination is useful making it almost impossible to run over things but I do wish the sonar beeped a bit louder upon impact (the BMW sonar saved me from hitting garbage cans more than once) because if the stereo is on you cannot hear the beeping.
Almost as good as the BMW 335 cab (almost) but better value....
- Manufacturer: Infiniti
- Part number: 101280777
- Bottom Line: The 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible offers an excellent cabin tech package and fun sporting capabilities, but lacks some refinement for everyday driving.
Basic car properties
- Body style Convertible
- Available Engine Gas
- Smart airbags Standard
- Antilock brakes Standard
- Traction control Standard
- Stability control Standard
- Back-up cameras Standard
- Roadside assistance Standard
- Adaptive cruise control Standard
- Satellite radio Standard
- Connection for portable MP3 sound system Standard
- MP3 CD-enabled sound system Standard
- Media hard-disk MP3 sound system Standard
- USB connection Standard
- Multizone climate control Standard
- Heated/cooled seats Standard
- Keyless start Standard
- Two-way security system Standard
- 12V power outlet Standard
- Drivetrain available Rear-drive
- Trip computer Standard
- Live traffic data Standard
- Touchscreen navigation Optional
- Voice activated navigation Optional
- Bluetooth phone interface Standard
- Home automation integration Standard
- 10" 800 Watt SUBWOOFER - KOLE MFW-10 (33578790)69.99
- Atrend 10" Dual Sealed Subwoofer Enclosure for 2002 or Later Avalanche/Escalade Trucks, Charcoal (33387192)62.75 - 81.99
- Atrend A122-12Cp B Box Series 12-Inch Dual Down-Fire Enclosure for Universal Suv 3Rd Row (33576786)65.57 - 81.99
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