Used Car: 2010 Infiniti G37 Review
Thanks to its sporty ride and upscale interior, the 2010 Infiniti G is a good choice for anyone in the market for a fun and luxurious 2010 midsize car.
The 2010 Infiniti G37 is ranked:
When it was new, critics liked the 2010 Infiniti G37 because of its agile handling, impressive power and classy interior. In fact, many said the G37 is one of the most fun cars to drive in the segment, and is a strong rival to the highly-exalted 2010 BMW 3-Series. Those who don’t need the practicality of the G sedan may like the retractable hardtop convertible or coupe variant. The Infiniti G has a strong safety score, but its reliability score is below the class average.
The base G37 sedan is powered by a 3.7-liter V6 that makes 328 horsepower, which was many reviewers’ favorite aspect of the car. Driving enthusiasts should be on the lookout for Sport 6MT model, which features a sport-tuned suspension and six-speed manual transmission. The G37 is available with either rear- or all-wheel drive. With rear-wheel drive and an automatic transmission, the G37 nets 19/27 mpg city/highway, which is about average for the class. Those with a manual transmission or AWD get slightly worse fuel economy. Sedan versions can carry up to 13.5 cubic feet of cargo in the trunk, which is about average for the class. However, coupes and convertibles have a much smaller trunk, and the convertible’s retractable hardtop takes up a lot of trunk space when stowed.
Critics were generally pleased with the interior, saying the design and materials are upscale, and that the seats are comfortable. In back, most critics said the sedan offers plenty of space, but there’s less room in coupe and convertible models. Standard equipment includes leather upholstery, push-button start, a Bose stereo, an auxiliary input jack and satellite radio. Upper trims and option packages add features like dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth, a power sunroof, navigation and a backup camera.
Other Cars to Consider
If you’re looking for a refined, sporty car, you may like the 2010 Cadillac CTS. Critics said the CTS offers a great balance of sport and luxury, with a suspension that offers great handling without being harsh. The CTS also earns a much better reliability rating than the G37, adding to its appeal.
Compared with the G37, the 2010 Lexus IS is a bit softer and less agile, but many critics still found the IS to be fairly sporty. Keep in mind that many critics said the base IS 250 felt a bit underpowered, so if you’re looking for something with a strong engine, stick to the more powerful IS 350.