Infiniti has no plans to build the 2013 model year G25 sedan

Article by Anita Panait, on June 26, 2012

Infiniti doesn’t plan on offering a 2013 model year G25, in preparation for the upcoming new-generation G series, according to Infiniti spokesman Kyle Bazemore. The G25, having a base price of $33,495 including shipping, is $4,000 less expensive than the Infiniti’s volume car G37. This is due to the fact that the G37 is ran by a more powerful 3.7-liter V-6, while the G25 is powered by an older 2.5-liter V-6 powerhouse. 

The G25, however, account for only a small part of total G-sedan sales, Bazemore says. Infiniti unveiled the G25 in the 2011 model year, portraying it as an entry-level portal into the brand. Infiniti launched the G-series -- a less-expensive, lower horsepower model – in 2010 as an effort to attract more women buyers, as the brand has been more enticing to men. 

The company has scheduled the G series for a redesign for 2014, as the carmaker refuses to upgrade the G25 engine as it already reached the end of its cycle. Infiniti however, will be implementing engine upgrades to its two 2013 models: the EX and FX crossovers. Both models will be fitted with 3.7-liter V-6 engines, in lieu of the 3.5-liter engines that are used on the 2012 version. Infiniti will roll out the 2013 models in September.

A more active look and improved interior, with inventive information and entertainment tech available, ushers the Infiniti G37 Sedan into a new era with more quality and presence than before. The 2010 variant of Infiniti's intro sports model for Europe is still as potent, elegant and complete than ever, but profits from improvements that put it at par with other Infiniti models.

The developments are moderate but effective. Its front is more chiseled, more distinct and more suggestive of the 320 PS (316 bhp) below the bonnet of each Infiniti G37. Its new appearance makes the car look more like its more athletic two-door brother, the Infiniti G37 Coupé.

Brand new headlight clusters continue to have bi-Xenon adaptive cornering headlights as its basic setup. The double-arch Infiniti grille has been subtly redesigned and looks better than ever.

A reimagined section below the bumper with recessed, wide-set foglights (before the foglights were installed in the clusters at the main light) provides a more functional purpose to the already stunning appearance of the 2010 G37 Sedan.

The remaining parts of the Infiniti G37 Sedan are kept as they are and this makes the fans of its signature long bonnet happy. Its raked-back A pillars and sporty built that exudes strength and elegance in balance can still be seen as well.

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