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Good Car but needs some refinements
By 2010 G37 Sedan on
2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan Journey 4dr Sedan (3.7L 6cyl 7A)
I was looking at this car for nearly a year and a half until 2010's came out and decided to buy a Journey/Sport AT Model. Made my comparisons and simply the competition doesn't come close to Value for Dollar this car offers. Handling, Balance and Performance are just great, fuel economy is good, it is quite comfortable especially when compared to bmw 335i and toyota IS350 and has a lot of standard features. However Interior quality is quite on par with a mainstream Nissan, although this vehicle is a Nissan, I expected better interior quality since it is badge and marketed as a luxo-brand upmarket product. Bose audio is good not great, I've heard better in similar priced cars like the Genesis
Acceleration, Agile handling, good gas mileage (19-20 mpg avg.) New improved front fascia (looks a bit more aggressive)and Expected Reliability
Transmission needs refinement as it feels quite undecided while searching for gears, Interior Quality (Plastics, Leather and Aluminum need to be upgraded as current plastic/aluminum can be scratched easily and leather is starting to wear) Better audio (Infinity audio in Genesis Coupe sounds better).