Used Infiniti G37 cars for sale currently have 4 used Infiniti G37 cars for sale

Infiniti G37

3.7 V6 GT 2dr Auto

£178.38 per month
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  • 80,794
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 3.7L
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Infiniti G37

3.7 V6 4dr Auto

£174.93 per month
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  • 35,550
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 3.7L
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Infiniti G37

GT Premium Auto 2-Door

£461.59 per month
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  • 37,994
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 3.7L
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Infiniti G37

3.7 V6 S 2dr Auto (Adaptive Cruise! Full Infiniti History! ++)

£251.36 per month
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  • 48,000
  • Semi Automatic
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  • 3.7L
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Used Infiniti G37


Infiniti has been producing the G-Series since the early 1990s, although of course this brand is barely known in the UK and we've only been privy to its third generation since 2009.
Available in both saloon and coupe forms, the Infiniti G37 blends power and luxury like a number of European manufacturers. But the point here is to give buyers an alternative to the standard BMWs and Audis that litter business parks across the country.
The range received a facelift in 2010 and although the G37 is quite a rarity in the UK, it is just one of the models that are helping to build up Infiniti's reputation.
Bang for your buck
In its saloon incarnation, the G37 comes with a 3.7 litre petrol engine that you'll also find under the hood of Nissan's 370Z. This gives you 316bhp and a 0-62mph time of just 5.8 seconds, which makes it quicker than the likes of the Mercedes-Benz C350.
The coupe uses the same engine, but has a smaller 275 litre boot and the two doors necessary to earn it the title. Both cars are limited to a 155mph top speed and you'll get there plenty quick enough.
You'd easily be able to argue that the coupe is the more attractive of the two, even if the saloon G37 is more practical thanks to the extra doors and bigger load space. Parent company Nissan has actually made the coupe look somewhat similar to its 370Z, although this is of course designed to offer a bit more refinement rather than all-out road racing insanity.
Things are elegant and modern on the inside and Infiniti knows that to take on European rivals, it needs to cram as much high end kit onboard as possible, which is why the G37 is better specced than most of its contemporaries.
As standard the saloon comes with Xenon lights, 18 inch alloys, parking sensors and a host of electronic driving assists that manage everything from breaking to steering.
There is an option to add a 4WD system on top of the standard rear wheel drive, with intelligent management allowing the car to distribute power appropriately in even the slipperiest of conditions.
Plenty of in-car connectivity will let you hook up mobile phones, media players and tablets to the entertainment system, while safety is provided via six airbags and great brakes. Keyless entry means you fire up the engine with a button, not a twist.
Ultimately, if you're unimpressed by the Infiniti G37's kit, compare it to something from BMW or Mercedes-Benz and see just how much more you'd have to pay for the same options.
What you'll pay
Because the Infiniti G37 is so rare, it tends to hold onto its value relatively well in the first few years after sale. You'll pay between £18,000 and £28,000 for a used model, with the coupe actually being more common than its saloon equivalent.
What to check
Although the number of Infiniti dealers in the UK is obviously small, it's also dedicated to great service, so any used Infiniti G37 should have been well maintained and looked after. There is of course the Nissan seal of approval on the reliability as well, which is worth its weight in gold.
If an Infiniti G37 is still under warranty you will need to talk to the dealer about what conditions are in place regarding servicing and parts. But with proven reliability, you'll probably be able to avoid any major expenses during your time as owner.
How it drives
Infiniti offers a six speed manual gearbox on the G37, but the seven speed automatic is also an option and delivers paddle-based shifting fun. The paddles themselves are made of magnesium, which makes them light as well as pretty cool to observe in action.
If you pick the coupe rather than the saloon, you'll be pleased to hear that Infiniti has deliberately beefed up the exhaust sound in order to match its sportier intent, even if the engine is basically the same.
It's best to see the Infiniti G37 as a direct rival for the BMW 335i, which it manages to equal in terms of performance and then drastically outdo when it comes to value for money.

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