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An update: it looks like Infiniti engineering has determined that it is the sunroof drain tube material that is responsible for the smell in all of these cars with the problem. I am told that replacement drain tubes are on order so I am hoping this will solve the problem. I'll say this: if you want the car because of its looks and drive, get it. Just understand that the electronics are buggy and the promised apps just aren't available even a year later. Unfortunately, I think this car is going to greatly damage Infiniti's rep but, really, they deserve the hit.Report it
That is VERY interesting about the smell. I am driving a loaner Q50 from a dealership today because my G37x is in for service. I called the service guy immediately after I started to drive the car because it smells so bad. I thought someone had been smoking a cigar in the car or something. It is a funky smell that I couldn't put my finger on. The loaner only has 6K miles on it and it stinks, compared to my G that has 42K and still smells like a new car should. I should have known there was something wrong when they pulled up with the driver side window rolled down. What dealer does that? I found one of those vent air freshener clips in the console glove box when I was looking around in the car. Other than that, so far the performance seems fine, but I will take my older G37 hands down over this thing. Personally, I can't stand the interior look and the two screens. I even shut my screen off in the G unless I need it. And what was Infiniti thinking when they eliminated that classic analog clock??????Report it
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