2011 Infiniti G25 is $4,000 Less than G37
The new Infiniti G25 will be more affordable and still do everything a G37 does, minus the power. But power can be intoxicating.
The 2011 Infiniti G25 Sedan, which features a new 2.5-liter V6 and 7-speed automatic transmission, starts at $30,950 - $4,100 cheaper than the G37 four door.
But when you compare power, the G25 comes up short. Its new V6 produces 218 horsepower, 110 less than the G37. And it gets MPG of 20 city, 29 highway, only fractionally better than the far more powerful G37, which nets respectable 19/27 numbers.
Best bet - check with your local Infiniti dealer for leftover 2010 G37s to make up that $4,100 price difference.
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- Gregg Fidan
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