Cars.com Reviews the 2011 Infiniti G Series Sedan

2011 Infiniti G37xThe second-generation Infiniti G series has been on sale for four model years and counting, and it is aging well, says Cars.com editor Kelsey Mays. And with the introduction of a more affordable G25 and the high-performance G37 IPL, there’s more to choose from. We recently got our hands on the new IPL and the all-wheel-drive G37x trims. Continue reading to see how each fares against venerable nameplates like the BMW 3 Series:

2011 Infiniti G37 Review

Comments 

cody

second generation?? what about the g20 from the 90s?

Tony

cody,

while nominally it is continuation of the G, the differences are enormous. Besides, G20 had 2 generations on its own.

First Gs were based on FWD Nissan Primera. Current versions based on Nissan Skyline and have RWD platform.

While Infinity continued the "G" series in the USA, the cars are totally unrelated besides the fact that both built by Nissan.

cody

thanks tony. the reason i brought up the 1st gen g20s is that i owned a 93 way back when. it was a comfortable and economical compact, and i really enjoyed it. i know they're totally different cars. my point was merely that the g35 was not the first generation of g-series cars for infiniti.

joemt

Maybe I missed it, but the article does not make clear that the manual is not available on the G37x; much to the chagrin of those who like AWD and MTs on their vehicles.

WTF

Can someone explain to me why there is a spatula on the front end of this thing?

patrick

hey please show pictures of Nissan primera model 2001 1.8 cc engine

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