At a Glance
|Pricing||$47,200 - $60,600|
|Fuel Economy||16-17 (city), 24-25 (highway)|
As an alternative to the BMW 3-Series, the Infiniti G-Series has proven quite capable in both sedan and coupe forms. Infiniti has broadened its successful G37 line to include a convertible model. The convertible is a power-operated retractable hard top that operates in about 20 seconds. When open, the three-piece hard top is stowed out of sight under a hard cover leaving the lines of the car unspoiled. With the top closed, the hard top promises better shelter during inclimate weather. The convertible shares its 3.7L V6 engine and 7-speed automatic with the G37 coupe and sedan. With a starting price of $47,000, the G37 coupe has a healthy list of standard equipment including leather seating and HID lights. With option packages, the G37 tops $50,000 fully loaded.
An IPL version of the convertible joins the lineup for 2013. Upgrades include a unique front fascia, side sills and 19-inch wheels. The V6 in the IPL G is rated at 343-bhp.
The Infiniti G Convertible remains one of the most seductive vehicles in its class in 2013. Created around the central idea that a luxury performance convertible should look equally inviting with its top up or down - and be equally enjoyable to drive sans roof or not - the G Convertible combines grace and performance with signature Infiniti attention to detail. It is again available in two models, G37 Convertible and G37 Convertible Sport 6MT. For...Read.
|G37||3||3.7l V6 (325-bhp)||A7||RWD||17/25/21||61||$47,200|
|G37 Sport||4||3.7l V6 (325-bhp)||M6||RWD||16/24/20||65||$52,000|
|G Convertible IPL||4||3.7l V6 (343-bhp)||A7||RWD||17/25/21||61||$60,600|