A better price to performance ratio doesn't exist...
written on 12-01-2012
I recently leased a 2013 G37S 6MT.Simply stated, this car provides the best bang-for-the-buck of any rear-wheel drive, sporting/luxury coupe on the market.That’s it.Overall this car is about BALANCE.The Infiniti doesn’t do anything the BEST, just a lot of things really WELL - and for a sensible price.The stiffer ride, vibrating shifter, slight wind and road noise, and raucous engine are all meant to remind you that you are driving a sporting vehicle, not a Lexus LS.With that said, it still is an Infiniti so it is reliable, beautiful and reasonably luxurious.A BMW 335 is a more refined car with similar performance, but costs WAY more and is completely anonymous looking (in my opinion).
I have recently purchased a G37 Sport MT and I am a very satisfied owner. In the past, I owned a subaru wrx and have driven many other high performance vehicles. The G37 acceleration is uplifting, the handling is responsive, the brake system is solid, and the noise is addicting. The car is also equipped with an aggressive front end, massive brakes, and a smooth stance. If you have the proper means of 50k I suggest following so. Purchasing this car was a very difficult decision and I guarantee that you will be pleased with the outcome.
I love my G37x. It?s fast, smooth, and fun to drive. It?s unique design is always breathtaking-at nearly every angle, you see the designer?s passion for this car. The technology is easy to figure out, and serves its purpose well. Infiniti service is amazing, and thoughtful. The new Infiniti Q60s are using smaller, 2 liter turbocharged engines. They?re nice, but the 3.7 liter V-6 VVEL engine is incredibly fast and has an impressive exhaust note. The rear seats are not designed for anyone over the age of 10, but as long as the trip is not more than 2 hours, they will suffice. It?s a coupe, and the focus is on the cockpit. Fuel economy is acceptable, but it is a trade off for the power. You really need to buy premium fuel- more than one mechanic has stated that it is still cheaper at the pump than at the service department.
My car was 2 years old and got 2 smaller rust spots that bubbled the paint then came through. It had a very large rust spot on the door. I took it to the dealer to have it covered under the warranty, after I couldn't reach anyone. They blew me off till the warranty expired and acted like they didn't know I brought the car in even though i had their info and business card. Finally i went on social media and got an instant response. I took the car back in and now they say that the rust was caused by the roads. How does it bubble from under the paint then come thru if it was a chip. Infiniti just lost a customer for life, and to think I was going to buy another one. Now the car is worthless just like their warranty.