2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe

2008 Infiniti G35 Coupe Hello, sexy! The 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe is now official out of the embargo, and information is finally available from the source. The overall look remains the same as the previous G35, but it is modernized and updated. Up front the biggest cue that you’re looking at a bigger, badder G37 are large intakes on the lower grille. The remind me of a Ferarri F430 – neat.

The new G37 coupe joins the already released 2008 G35 sedan, and brings the sporty edge the coupe is known for. Why anyone would be a Nissan 350Z when the G37 coupe is only a few grand more is beyond my comprehension. I’d gladly pay an extra $2 grand for the pair of rear seats, let alone the fancier badge and sexier look. But hey, that’s me. Is the new G37 with the larger 3.7 liter engine ( which it is named for ) good enough to beat out the BMW? We’ll know in a few weeks once the road tests start hitting. Hey Infiniti, if you want to lend me a G37 coupe, I’ll be glad to run it through the gauntlet for you, and write up one hell of a review.

2008 Infiniti G35 Coupe Specs

  • 330 HP 3.7 liter DOHC V6
  • 270 lb-ft of torque
  • Curb weight : 3682 lbs
  • 14″ front brake rotors, 13.8″ rear rotors

2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe Reviews

The Car Connection reviews the 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe and says – ‘The new G37 is certainly as good looking as the original, but offers a more refined experience … kind of like dating a 30-something compared to a 20-something. One should find the G37 to be an excellent daily driver and a fine occasional track-day car. With these character traits and a nearly identical MSRP, the new G37 should easily seduce enough buyers to remain the top seller in the segment.’

Automobile Mag reviews the 2008 Infiniti G37 and writes – ‘On the track, the G37’s neutral chassis balance and tight body control gave us a perma-grin. In fact, the Infiniti’s body motions were better controlled than those of the BMW 335i (which also was equipped with a sport package). The G37’s limited-slip rear differential prevented the frustrating inside wheel spin that plagued the open-diff-equipped BMW, and the suspension heaved less over the big bumps that were strategically placed on the track.’

Published on March 22, 2007 in Infiniti

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