Infiniti G37's slow and bulky drop top

CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible.

2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible
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With the G37's powerful engine and sharp handling, first-rate cabin electronics, and excellent-sounding Bose audio system there was little not to like about the car. Being able to drop the top and go cruising on sunny California coastal highways seemed about as good as it gets.

Yet not everything was perfect with the Infiniti G37 Convertible. Compared to other cars with retractable hard tops, the G37's is dead slow. And while we are used to seeing trunks filled up with folded roof panels, there was only a bare sliver of space left over in the trunk of the G37, making luggage an impossibility.

Check out our 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible review .

About the author

Wayne Cunningham reviews cars and writes about automotive technology for CNET. Prior to the Car Tech beat, he covered spyware, Web building technologies, and computer hardware. He began covering technology and the Web in 1994 as an editor of The Net magazine. He's also the author of "Vaporware," a novel that's available as a Nook e-book.


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