The G25 and G37 are the two models of the Infiniti G Sedan for 2012. These two have different names based on their engines. The G25 has a 2.5L 118 hp V6 engine while the G37 has a 3.7L 328 hp V6 engine. These engines both work with the same acceleration feature mentioned earlier.
The G25 version of the Infiniti G Sedan comes in three trims. The standard edition has leather seats, a seven inch color display screen, anti-lock brakes and active heat restraints. The G25 Journey goes a little further and adds heated front seats, temperature controls for two zones in the front, Bluetooth support and a USB port for various portable media players. The G25x AWD adds an all-wheel drive feature. It also uses Snow Mode, a feature that adjusts the throttle response on the car. All three of these Infiniti G Sedan trims come with seventeen inch wheels.
The G37 contains all of the items that the G25 Journey already has but with the stronger engine as mentioned earlier. The G37x AWD also has the same all-wheel drive that the G25x has. The G37 Sport 6MT is the premium model in this line. It uses a six speed manual transmission, eighteen inch wheels, the Bose Studio on Wheels sound system and a navigation system that features support for a hard drive.
The navigation system can also work on the other two G37 models. It costs $2,150 extra to get this to work in these models. Almost all of these Infiniti G Sedan trims have starting base values that are less than $40,000 each. The G37 Sport 6MT has a base value of $40,600. The lowest price option is the basic $32,400 G25.