The pricing details of the 2013 Infiniti G37 sedan and the EX37 crossover have been released. The G37 sedan with a seven-speed automatic transmission has a starting price of $37,795. Meanwhile, the 2013 Infiniti EX37 has a base price of $37,300. For 2013, Infiniti discontinued the entry-level G25, G37 Limited Edition, and Sport Appearance Edition.
Instead of the G25 at the base, it’s now the G37 Journey that has the lowest price. The 2013 model is priced $3800 higher. It’s also priced $2400 higher than the G25 Journey with comparable features. The G37 sedan has the same price and features as last year’s model. The 2013 Infiniti G37 Journey sedan gets leather seats, HID headlights, and the brand’s RearView Monitor.
The all-wheel-drive $39,395 2013 G37x sedan is priced $1600 higher than the G37 Journey and comes with the same standard equipment. The loaded 2013 G37 Sport 6MT has a price tag of $42,395 and is equipped with 18-inch wheels, summer tires, sport brakes, sport-tuned suspension, limited-slip differential, a unique front fascia, sport side sills, front sport seats, and aluminum pedals. The 3.7-liter V-6 used in the G37 sedan delivers 328 hp and 269 lb-ft of torque in all models.
IPL G coupe is priced at $53,295 while the convertible costs $61,495. The G37 sedan’s features include a navigation system with real-time traffic information ($1850), a $2500 Premium package (moonroof, premium sound system, power tilt/telescopic steering column, and a rear sonar system), and a Sport package that costs $2250 on rear-drive models and $1250 on all-wheel-drive models.
The price of the 2013 Infiniti EX37 is increased to $37,300, higher by $550 compared to last year’s model for rear- and all-wheel-drive models. Powering the 2013 EX37 is a 325-hp 3.7-liter V-6. It costs a bit lower than the cheapest G sedan using a version of the same engine.
The new Ex debuts a sleek and sporty profile with a sharply tampering roofline and long bonnet which give it a refined athletic look that reflects to its driving character.
The signature double-arch grille of Infiniti perfectly blends with this model’s flowing contours and soft edges as well. The EX also features Infiniti’s Xenon lights which are pulled back at the top of its wheel arches to visually thrust the nose forward and give it a dynamic look.
Its glasshouse also features a chrome trim edging which give it a coupé look and strong character line in its rear where its windows form a triangular C-pillar. Its rear privacy glass and classy 18-inch alloy wheels give it a more sophisticated look while the LED lights and incorporated spoiler sets apart the rear.
An optional integrated roof nails is also available.
The EX is considered as a coupé crossover which benefits from aerodynamics, more comparable to a sleek and low coupé rather than to a very boxy SUV.
It also features a lower roofline than its rivals which doesn’t only highlights its low center gravity and boost visual dynamism but contributes as well to a 0.33 coefficient drag.
Infiniti’s Scratch Shield paint also promises to preserve the body’s beauty for years and keep its gloss finish unblemished as it contains an elastic resin in its top coat which magnificently fills in the light scratches in the paint when exposed to heat. This feature shows fewer scratches of up to five times compared to a conventional clear coat when laid up to similar conditions.