by anoopa on Aug 13, 2014 Vehicle: 2011 Infiniti G Convertible
Issue with this car: the convertible feature is very delicate. My experience dictates that once the roof starts giving any kind of trouble (and chances are it will, multiple customers reporting issues), there is very little a user or the company can do. I am struggling with multiple roof issues for past 2 years, including rattling noise (now it makes noise even driving on interstates with perfect roads), irritating alarms, false coding on the sensors, timing disturbances of the motor mechanics etc. Its literally one after another. Contacted DOM service, and Infiniti consumer affairs, no real success. Seems like its a new technology for Infiniti and needs significant improvements.
by nicki20975 on Jan 18, 2012 Vehicle: 2011 Infiniti G Convertible
I bought this car in August 2011.
I loved it until winter got here.
I live in Chicago and was leary since I have never owned a RWD car previously.
I learned my lesson the hard way.
I "drove" in the snow last week for the first time and was literally not able to control the car.
I had to pull over and have someone come and pick me up.
I proceeded to trade it in the next day for the G37X (AWD) sedan which I love and is equally fun to drive.
If you live in a warm climate or only plan to drive this car in the summer than it's a fantastic car.
If you live somewhere with bad winters, go with the G37X and you will not be disappointed. Just make sure it has a sun roof...
by steve_dallas1 on Oct 17, 2011 Vehicle: 2011 Infiniti G Convertible
This is our second Infiniti G model; we had a 2009 sedan as well.
This car has it all, great looks, great performance, the best warranty around.
Acceleration and cornering can't be matched.
We have never had to take in either of our Infinitis for anything other than normal service.
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