For The Infiniti G37 Convertible is solidly made and packed with equipment. It's an interesting, good-looking alternative to the mainstream.
Against Better to look at than it is to drive, with too much body shake over rough roads and performance that isn't as good as it should be. It’s pricey to buy and running costs are enormous.
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Not great to drive, and the Infiniti G37 will cost you a bomb to buy and run. Look elsewhere.
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Target Price team says:
Infiniti doesn't have a huge amount of dealers, and the numbers will grow only gradually. That means finding somewhere to buy one, and to get it serviced, won’t be easy.
Infiniti promises the very highest levels of customer care from something it calls 'Total Ownership Experience' or TOE. There’s also no faulting the amount of standard kit you get, but the running costs will be enormous – quite possibly prohibitively so.
As for the cars, the limited numbers to be sold will mean limited discounts – although Infiniti will need to keep prices aligned with rivals' (chiefly the BMW 3 Series) on that score. We wouldn't expect much off until you start seeing a few on the roads, and that might be quite some time.