Driven: Infiniti G37 Coupe
Posted: 20 May 2010
And, though its £35k list price looks meaty, you get tons of kit as standard: leather and reversing cameras and much electronic stuff. The overall feel of the cabin is dead solid, if a little schizophrenic - but, perversely, that's part of the Infiniti's charm.
Because that's how the G37 makes a case for itself: by combining the boring, Teutonic stuff with a bit of quirkiness. True, it isn't quite as ruthlessly efficient and polished as its Audi and BMW rivals, but if you want a bit of personality with your reliability, it's worth a look. Not often you get to say that about a luxury Japanese car.