2010 Infinti G37 Sedan Journey Anniversary Edition

So, what makes this G37 an Anniversary Edition? Well, it has a Premium package, a navigation package, a sport package, and four-wheel active steering. It also has a new exterior color that most of us would call gray but Nissan calls Graphite Shadow. Its interior is leather, colored Monaco Red. (We've had lots of cars with red leather interiors lately, and I have to say that they don't really float my boat, but this one is well-executed.)

Also included in the Anniversary G37 are special wheels, a black grille, and a unique front spoiler. All of this is an effort to make this edition the sportiest of all G37s.

And sporty it is, with a 328-hp V-6 and a seven-speed automatic transmission. I especially like the extra-large shift paddles located on the steering column, which make it easy to grab the right gear no matter the position of the steering wheel.

Amy Skogstrom, Managing Editor

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My wife and I just bought the Anniversary Edition but the Coupe, which is considerably different than the sedan. First, the coupe is 330 hp rather than 328. The interior is superior in that it is Red Maple wood and stainless. Everything said is true except to us the engine isn't nearly as loud or harsh as the new Mustang GT which is purposefully loud because of the piping in to the cabin. The Infiniti is nimble, extremely quick, and does have a taut, almost European ride. We love it and it's nice to know we have one of only 200 Anniversary coupes in the U.S.

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