The Good With the Navigation package, the 2013 Infiniti G37 gains a very intuitive cabin tech interface. The automatic transmission's sport mode chooses gears well in response to gas pedal input.
The Bad The Sport package makes the ride a little rough at times. Average fuel economy dips a little low for an everyday driver.
The Bottom Line Due for an update, the 2013 Infiniti G37 relies on older tech under the hood and in the cabin, which might have been cutting-edge at launch but has become mostly average in the face of advances from the competition.
Still solid after all these years
Over the last decade, the Infiniti G model, as a premium sedan or coupe, became a decent competitor to the BMW 3 Series. I was impressed when Infiniti upped the power, going from the G35 to G37 model name, and always liked the solid cabin tech suite, which features one of the most intuitive interfaces in cardom.
The 2013 Infiniti G37 maintains all the attributes of prior generations, and not much more. It is essentially the same car as the first G37, which came out in 2007.
While the G37 stood still, its competition in the premium sedan market took a few odd turns. BMW broadened the appeal of the, Audi's made a technological leap, and Acura is giving its TL a serious update. Other competing cars, such as the and the , have remained relatively static.