I have had the new M37 for 3,5000 miles and have loved every minute of it. The car rides like a dream, and the interior luxury is terrific. I have not encountered any of the issues noted in the other reviews.
The interior luxury.
The seats are comfortable, the 16 speaker Bose stereo is fantastic and the upgraded wood grain is beautiful.
I also like the sport mode.
Don't drive in it all the time, but every now and then it adds a little extra fun.
It is a very comfortable car, both for the driver and passengers.
I also love the heated steering wheel.
None to think of yet.
I'm still finding something new every day.
Upgrade from 2009 M35 to the M37S. Better suspension and steering. Better gas milage. Typical Infiniit high quality fit, finish, and material. Best looking 4dr sedan out there. Great software and GPS. Hook up to my cheapy Motorola cell was flawless. 16 speaker Bose above average , but my Mercedes HK is better.... but thats about all the Merc has over my Infiniti. 20 inch tires get noisy over 70mph, otherwise all is quiet. Hard to beat 330hp hooked up to a smooth 7 speed. Ahead of its class compared to Lexus, Mercedes and BMW.
Overall software package/dash layout is perfect. Great GPS. Sharp responsive steering. Like the selectable driving Modes(ECO and Standard selections are effective trade-offs) My bluetooth works great compared to all the complaints on this board about iPads. Tranny and shifting are smooth and well timed. Controlled shifting is fun and effective. 20inch tires/rim are awesome looking, plus their handling advantage vrs the bit stiffer/noisy ride. Memory seats and motorized folding mirrors are nice.
Noise level high over 70mph is an issue with the 20 inch tires.
I can't seem to find a car with comfy seats..fine on the back, but my bottom seems to sink in a seat hole and support on the thighs is too high... looking for a good pillow.
Blind Spot warning should be standard on these cars. I don't have lane changing, but think it would be a distraction.
Traded in my 2 year old G37 for a new M37. Loved the G, but too little space. So the M should be a good compromise.
Love the car! Honestly, I don't have any of the issues I've seen in other posts, like I'm driving a different car or something. IPhone 3GS synced flawlessly,no reception issues. Copied in my address book, no issues. IPod Nano works perfectly. Excellent NAV, no issues.
Tested the Lexus IS, ES and GS. Boring. BMW 5 also, couldn't get excited. Love the room and comfort of the M. 6'5",I need like the space, and only Nissan built cars have the leg room. Quiet also. Not the acceleration of the G, but a good compromise of handling, size and space.People notice the car.
Really good display and NAV, puts my wife's new RX350 to shame.
Seats comfortable, love the heating and cooling.
Lots of compliments on the interior wood.
Stylish interior and exterior.
Steering wheel audio controls seem clustered together, especially compared to the G.
Call waiting on the IPhone.
I bought this loaded Sports Package M37 after owning an M35 for 5 years. The M35 was the best car I ever owned. The M37 feels like it was rushed out by Infiniti in an attempt to get a prettier looking car on the market quickly. Furthermore the M35 was cheaper than many of its competitors and the new model loaded comes in on the expensive side of the competition. I've had many problems with the car already some pretty major. Major flaws were apparent in the GPS after using it for 30 min. I was stupefied that Infiniti put the car on the road without these kinks worked out. Apparently I hear there's a lack of processing power needed to run the GPS properly. I expect more from Infiniti.
Interior look. Ipod interface (although I'm told it won't interface with newer iPods). Blind spot detection. Collision detection.
Transmission is clunky. GPS needs work. Traffic info loads very slowly. Ext Temp gauge is WAY off. Noise reduction tech can be noisy itself. Bluetth quality poor. Seats not as adjustable as prior model. Sun visors don't fully open. Auto wiper is hard to adjust. Seat heater knobs hard to see.
Too often when I step on the gas hard, I get a long lag before the car accelerates. When that happens, it feels like 160 hp not 330 hp. Other times it's fine but I can't rely on adequate acceleration to move quickly onto to the highway or to pass cars. When I slow down, the transmission jerks as it downshifts and sometimes unexpectedly actually upshifts jerking the car forward. Infiniti service said that there was nothing they could do -- the car was designed this way.