Infiniti G37 Sedan Overview

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The Infiniti G37 Sedan started out as the second generation G35 Sedan in 2007. By 2009, the car's 3.5-liter V6 was replaced by a more powerful 3.7-liter engine, resulting in a new name for the car, G37. Now, for the 2010 model year, Infiniti has given the G37 Sedan a mid-cycle refresher that includes changes to the front and rear fascias, as well as to the luxurious interior. All changes have provided the vehicle with increased luxury, something Infiniti is known for.

To start, the headlights have become more angular and less bulbous than the previous model; something also carried out on the G37 Coupe model and it still invokes images of the original G35 Coupe lamps. The grille has been adjusted, and new fog lamp clusters have been well integrated. The last change to the exterior is the rear bumper, though it will take a trained eye to notice the differences. Inside, the 2010 G37 Sedan will reveal new gauges with a white back theme that can be complimented with a choice of either a new aluminum finish, or a maple trim.

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The center console and dash have also been spruced up, and the seven inch touch screen now gives users access to real time traffic and weather via XM Satellite. In the logistics department, Infiniti offers "intelligent" all-wheel drive systems (costs more), and has the added benefit of not affecting the engine's delivery of the same 328 horsepower. Higher trims provide options of greater transmission choices, but EPA ratings for all rear-wheel drive models equipped with the standard seven speed automatic transmission will provide 19 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.

The manual transmission will get you 17/25, while the G37X model that comes with AWD will give you 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.

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