Infiniti’s blessed its G37 Coupe and Sedan with a few mild tweaks for 2010 — and as a result, pricing for the range is slightly tweaked as well.
2010 G37 sedans receive a slightly modified front fascia, which includes an updated grille, new headlamps, and lowered fog lamp positions. Gauges now sport white backgrounds, while the center console receives a new aluminum finish.
An entry-level G37 four-door will now sticker for $34,115, including $865 for destination, the same price as a base 2009 G37 sedan. Pricing for the G37S (which sports a 6-speed manual transmission) and Journey models increases by $750 to $35,315 and $37,865, respectively, while the all-wheel-drive G37x jumps $300 to $36,915.
The two-door G37 sees fewer changes for 2010, but does receive similar interior enhancements. The base G37 coupe starts at $36,915, approximately $150 more than last year’s model. The Journey coupe model starts at $38,365 (an $850 increase), while the G37x coupe stickers at $40,015 (a $450 jump). For 2010, the G37S receives all the content previously offered in the Premium Package (i.e. moon roof, Bose audio system, Bluetooth connectivity) as standard equipment. As such, its price jumps $3400 to $41,265.
2010 Infiniti Sedan and Coupe models are now available at dealerships nationwide.