2010 Infinti G37 Sedan Journey Anniversary Edition

2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan Journey Anniversary Edition

I'm with Jen and Rusty: I like the red leather seats, which are a nice break from all the black and tan and gray interiors we see.

We are all of like mind on the steering wheel paddles: fixed placement on the steering column is ideal and means they are exactly where you can find them when you need them. Seems obvious, but even Porsche doesn't do this right.

I also had the G37 for a long weekend and put several hundred mostly freeway miles on it. I found it comfortable, very composed, very responsive, very enjoyable. As Jen points out, the engine sounds coarse when you push it, and that is this car's major downfall when compared with the silky, refined engines you get in a BMW.

Other than that, there's little about the G37's dynamics to fault.

Joe DeMatio, Deputy 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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