For the 2014 model year, Infiniti renames the G37 coupe, calling it the Q60. Little else has changed. Read full review
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The model retains aesthetically pleasing styling thanks to more than 10 years of refinement. Read full review
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This model has the Sport package, giving it 19-inch alloy wheels, a limited slip differential, and a sport-tuned suspension. Read full review
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The 3.7-liter V-6 engine produces 330 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. Read full review
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Infiniti is likely to update the Q60, following many of the new tech and design cues seen on the Q50 sedan, within the next few years. Read full review
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The Q60 incorporates a very good rearview camera, showing trajectory and distance lines. Read full review
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The trunk is oddly shallow -- don't expect to carry many groceries back here. Read full review
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The cabin features premium car amenities, such as thick leather on the seats. Read full review
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A separator between the rear seats makes it clear that only two passengers can fit back here. Read full review
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The navigation system and Bose stereo come as part of option packages. Read full review
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A seven-speed automatic transmission, with a sport mode, comes standard. Read full review
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The navigation system reacts well to inputs, and stores its maps on a hard drive. Read full review
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The Bluetooth hands-free phone system includes typical features, such as contact list integration. Read full review
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The stereo can play music from iOS devices, USB drives, or Bluetooth-streaming-capable devices. Read full review
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