Infiniti, the popular Japanese luxury car manufacturer, has two different Infiniti G Sedan models to choose from for the 2012 year. These are the G25 and G37. These two models are made with a number of features that put performance in the forefront while still creating values that can be less than $40,000, depending on the model that is used.
The G25 is equipped with a 2.5-liter V6 engine that delivers 218 horsepower and 187 pound-feet of torque while the G37 boasts a 3.7-liter V6 engine that is motivated by 328 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. Both feature a seven-speed automatic transmission.
The Infiniti G Sedan works with a smooth drive that accelerates nicely. Part of this comes from the Acceleration Swell feature that progressively gets power to increase instead of having all that power come at once.
The ability to control the Infiniti G Sedan is not too much of an issue. The vehicle has not only a strong suspension but also enjoys Intelligent Cruise Control. This is a feature that reviews traffic in an area to help slow the car down automatically as a means of keeping the car secure. The cruise control responds quickly and can adjust itself to its normal rate automatically when traffic lets up.
The design on the inside of the Infiniti G Sedan is very welcoming. The front seats include some attractive curves on the side while featuring some handsome leather materials that are well perforated to let air through at a consistent rate. Meanwhile, a fine wood finish is featured around the dashboard and shifting knob. This works well with the magnesium metals around the inside.
It is also easy to control the information screen on the Infiniti G Sedan. The Infiniti Controller uses a series of items that help to adjust different things with regards to maps, radio, climate control and other features. The buttons are relatively small but they are marked well enough to make them all self explanatory.
The brakes are especially strong. Part of this comes from how the sedan can review when a vehicle or other item is ahead and then apply some pressure to the brakes so they can be easier to manage when they do have to be pressed. This is part of the Preview Braking feature that Infiniti uses on the G Sedan. It helps to keep the vehicle under control to where it will stop as soon as possible when it does actually have to be slowed down.