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Parkers overall rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
Infiniti G Convertible (09-15) - rated 3.5 out of 5
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PROS

  • Straight line performance
  • V6 burble
  • Retains value quite well

CONS

  • Not as fun to drive as rivals
  • No diesel engines
  • Cramped rear

PROS

  • Straight line performance
  • V6 burble
  • Retains value quite well

CONS

  • Not as fun to drive as rivals
  • No diesel engines
  • Cramped rear

Infiniti G Convertible rivals

This is the Infiniti G Convertible, also known as the Infiniti Q60 after the start of 2013.

Infiniti is not a conventional car maker. Yes, it's the upmarket tier to Nissan, which means it has advantages of a volume manufacturer, but it also has an exclusivity that's attractive to well-heeled car buyers. If you buy an Infiniti you are not just buying a car, you are buying into a way of life. As an Infiniti owner you'll get offers and special rates on luxury hotels and top quality restaurants to go with your upmarket vehicle. The G 37 Convertible is up against stiff competition that includes the BMW Z4, Audi TT and Nissan 370Z so it is understandable that the Japanese brand is desperate for a USP that's not just restricted to driving pleasure. Infiniti is still a rare breed on UK roads and although the G 37's looks aren't that striking its mysteriousness does attract serious attention wherever you go. So, can the individualism win you over? Read on to find out…

Infiniti G Convertible rivals

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