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2013 Infiniti G37 Review

Used 2013 Infiniti G37s rank well for their powerful V6 engines, athletic handling, and comfortable seating. However, low safety scores keep this model from moving higher up in our rankings.

Pros & Cons

  • Powerful standard V6
  • Sporty handling
  • Sleek, luxurious interior
  • Coupe and convertible have cramped rear seat
  • Coarse manual shifter and clutch




Critics' Rating: 8.8
Performance: 8.6
Interior: 8.1
Total Cost of Ownership: 8.6
Safety: 8.9
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2013 Infiniti G37 Overview

Is the 2013 Infiniti G37 a Good Used Car?

All three used G37 body styles – two-door coupe, two-door convertible, and four-door sedan – are good cars, but most people will find the rear seats in two-door models to be cramped. The G37 has a strong base V6 engine that is thirsty for fuel.

Used 2013 Infiniti G37 Performance and Interior

A V6 engine that produces between 325 horsepower and 348 horsepower is standard in all Infiniti G37 models. A seven-speed automatic transmission is standard in the base model, while a six-speed manual comes with the Sport trim. The G37 has standard rear-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive is available in sedan and coupe models. Regardless of body style, the G37 has agile handling. Its ride is firm, but the suspension handles bumps well.

Fuel economy ranges from 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway for the coupe and sedan with the seven-speed automatic transmission to 16/24 mpg city/highway for the G37 convertible and six-speed manual transmission. Those numbers are considered below average for the class.

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The Infiniti G37 has leather upholstery and heated front seats that are comfortable on long drives. Rivals provide more legroom. The G37’s rear seats are also cramped, especially in the two-door models, and the center seat is particularly uncomfortable. The G37 has complete sets of LATCH child-seat connectors on the outboard rear seats, as well as a middle-seat tether anchor.

Dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth, push-button start, and a six-speaker stereo with satellite radio are standard in the G37. Some models might have an upgraded stereo and a navigation system that can provide traffic and weather updates. The 37’s interior features are easy to use.

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Used 2013 Infiniti G37 Prices

The price of a used 2013 Infiniti/G37 ranges from about $15,800 to around $22,900. Prices vary depending on the vehicle's condition, mileage, features, and location.

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How Reliable Is the 2013 Infiniti G37?

The 2013 G37 has a reliability score of 4.5 out of five from J.D. Power. That’s among the best scores in the entire industry.

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How Safe Is the G37?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2013 G37 sedan five out of five stars in the rollover crash test. No additional NHTSA tests were conducted on the sedan, and the G37 coupe was not evaluated. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the G37 the highest score of Good in the moderate overlap front and side crash tests. The Infiniti earned the second-highest score of Acceptable in the small overlap front and roof strength tests, but the second-lowest score of Marginal in the rear crash test.

The only standard active safety feature is a rearview camera. Available features include rear park assist, intelligent cruise control, hands-free audio, navigation, and a vehicle information system.

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Is the 2013 G37 the Best Model Year to Buy?

The 2013 Infiniti G37 is part of a generation that launched for the 2008 model year. The 2013 model marked the last year of production for the G37; it reemerged in 2015 as the Q40. You might save money by buying a 2011 or 2012 model, without missing out on the 2013’s features. The high-performance IPL convertible model was not available before 2013, however.

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Which Used Infiniti G37 Is Right for Me?

Used G37s come in Journey, Sport, and IPL (Infiniti Performance Line) trims. The Journey trim (available in sedan and coupe body styles) is equipped with features like leatherette upholstery, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth, push-button start, a six-speaker stereo with satellite radio, push-button start, and eight-way power front seats. The convertible body style doesn’t have a Journey trim; its base trim is simply known as the G37 convertible. In all three body styles, the base trim is well-equipped. 

The Sport trim (found in all three body styles) offers 12-way power seats, an aluminum foot rest and pedals, a power tilting-and-telescoping steering wheel, and navigation with a 7-inch touch screen. The IPL trim (available in coupe and convertible body styles) boosts horsepower and has a sport suspension, upgraded tires, a solid magnesium paddle shifter, and larger dual chrome exhaust tips. Buying the Sport trim enhances features, but it may not be worth the additional investment.

Even with the G37’s very good reliability, you might want to consider a certified pre-owned model for added peace of mind. Infiniti’s CPO program covers vehicles that are four years old or less. Some 2013 models may still be eligible. Read the Infiniti warranty page carefully to find out more.

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2013 Infiniti G37 and Other Cars to Consider

Which Is Better: 2013 Infiniti G37 or 2013 Audi A6?

The 2013 Audi A6 has a handsome interior filled with luxurious materials. Its base four-cylinder turbocharged engine isn’t as strong as the G37’s, but the Audi’s available supercharged V6 makes a respectable 310 horsepower. The available turbocharged A6 V8 produces 420 horsepower. Both the Audi and the Infiniti deliver athletic handling. The G37 is the better choice, though, because of its lower ownership cost and almost perfect reliability.

Which Is Better: 2013 Infiniti G37 or 2013 Acura TL?

The 2013 Acura TL’s base V6 has 45 less horsepower than the G37. That lower horsepower rating means slightly better fuel economy for the Acura; 1 mpg more in the city and 3 mpg more on the highway. You might find the Infiniti’s rear-wheel-drive handling better than the TL’s front-wheel drive. The G37 also has more front legroom, but the TL has more rear legroom. The TL is the slightly better choice because of its lower ownership costs.

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