Infiniti is Nissan's luxury car marque, much like Lexus is to Toyota or Acura is to Honda. Like Lexus and Acura, Infiniti was created primarily for the United States market. The brand debuted in 1989 and has built up a fine portfolio of cars and SUVs ever since. This 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible is one of their sports cars from the fourth generation of their G-series line-up. With only 20,500 reportedly original miles on the clock and bearing many commonalities with the Nissan 370Z sports car, it's an excellent weekend tourer or even daily driver if you desire.
Painted in a straight shade of white, this 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible looks suitably distinctive but not ostentatious. It won't attract the wrong attention but will definitely garner smiles and interest from those who recognize it. The car features elements such as dual exhaust outlets, projector headlamps, and a stylish set of silver double-five-spoke alloy wheels. One of its party pieces is the folding metal roof that encompasses its Convertible persona. With the touch of a button, you can enjoy unlimited amounts of sky or button up and have the security of a proper metal roof. Inside, this 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible offers a tastefully-appointed cabin. There's beige leather seating for four occupants, as well as splashes of wood trim and darker brown uppers. The front seats offer power adjustment and memory functions. We also see a premium Bose speaker system that includes speakers within the front seat headrests. A proper look at the center stack reveals dual-zone climate control, a CD player, AUX connectivity, and on-board navigation, in addition to the obligatory AM/FM radio. The current owner tells us that there's laser-guided cruise control which was an eye-widening feature in its day and remains impressive in 2023. Then, there's a lovely analog clock as well, which is a defining feature of Infiniti vehicles. The gauge cluster is a similarly neat affair, with analog dials and minimal clutter. There's also a decently-sized trunk when you take into account the space requirements of the folding metal roof.
This 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible packs a Nissan VQ37 3.7L V6 that is factory rated for 325hp. This is the same engine found in the Nissan 370Z and is a powerplant that has won many fans. The drive is sent to the rear wheels through a seven-speed automatic transmission with steering-mounted paddle shifters for manual control. The current owner tells us that the car has received some performance mods. These include a K&N dual air intake, a Borla exhaust, and a dyno tune. Hence, it should be making more than the factory power rating, ensuring a thrilling experience whenever you choose to drive it as such.
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