INFINITI G Sedan
Generations Timeline, Specs and Pictures
With only one engine option, the Infiniti G-Series wasn’t really a match for the whole pack of Germans from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
But in terms of refinement, the 2013 G37 was a true contender in its price range and power output.
Part of the fourth generation of the Infiniti G-Series, the G-Sedan was a premium car in the compact sedan market. It was known for its interior refinement and high-quality hand-made stitches on the leather upholstery.
From the outside, there were not many improvements over the 2009 facelift, but it offered standard 17” alloy wheels instead of 16”. The grille received a minor restyling, offering a crisp form and a high-quality look. The fog lights were offered as standard and installed in the lower side of the bumper. For the Sport 6MT version, there was a special Sport package, featuring distinctive front fascia, headlights and sport side sills. The HID headlight with bi-xenon lighting was standard. The rear lights were LED-type.
Inside, the front seats were heated as standard. The audio system has received a minor upgrade. An option for a Bose premium sound system was available. For the instrument cluster, a new LCD display was installed.
The G-Sedan was offered with only one engine option, but available with a rear or all-wheel-drive, six-speed manual or 7-speed automatic, depending on the version and trim level.
Luxurious was definitely the word to describe the powerful sedan and Infiniti made it even more appealing for 2011.
The new G25 featured a 218 hp V6 engine and offered a slightly better fuel consumption than the previous models.
For its value, the G25 offered great performance, spaciousness, luxury and the latest technology features.
The G25 was available with the base version and the G25 Journey, the latter could have been equipped with an all-wheel-drive system, namely the G25x.
The base G25 came with standard 17-inch alloys, bi-xenon headlights, keyless entry, cruise control, automatic climate control, fog lamps, power driver seat and passenger seat, leather upholstery and an auxiliary audio jack.
The Journey trim level came with a different engine and no other upgrades.
The 2011 G25 was powered by a 2.5-liter powerplant and even though it was fewer standard features and a less powerful engine, the starting price was affordable.
The engine was mated with a 7-speed automatic transmission, and no manual transmission was available.
Safety wise, the sedan came with standard antilock brakes, stability and traction controls as well as front and side curtain airbags.
A rearview camera was also available, however, only for the upper trims, excluding the base level.
The interior was excellently built and high quality materials. The seats were very comfortable and customer could opt for sport-styled seats.
Introduced in 2008, the Infiniti G37 came as a replacement for the G35 model.
Although this change hasn’t brought any significant visual changes both inside-out, the car sports a new engine and improved technical settings. The 3.5L V6 powerplant was swapped with a 3.7L V6 petrol unit that offers improved low end torque and smoother high revving operation. With this model, Infiniti also took the opportunity to address other mechanical glitches that were criticized with the previous G35, like the abrupt gear changes and aggressive clutch engagement. The Infiniti G37 is rated at 328 hp for the North American market and at 320 hp for the European market.