Think of the Infiniti G Coupe as an athlete in a tuxedo. As it shares its platform and basic engine structure with its contemporary Nissan's Z car, the G Coupe boasts the handling and performance of a sports car, but with the posh interior and creature comforts of a luxury model. It's an intriguing combination, and it gets better with ample feature content and used car pricing likely to undercut German competitors.
Through two generations, the G Coupe (like its sedan sibling) was a prime choice for a luxury sport coupe. It made for a tempting alternative to pricier European-label rivals as well as dedicated sports cars, offering more affordability than the former and a more livable and comfortable nature than the latter. At the same time, it gave up little in terms of ultimate thrills. Indeed, savvy driving enthusiasts looking for a well-rounded luxury sport coupe would do well to consider this all-star.
Note that this model essentially continues on with a new name, Q60 Coupe. It is covered in a separate review.
Read the most recent 2013 Infiniti G Coupe review.
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