New 3-series rival priced from £30K
17 June 2009

The new Infiniti G37 range will cost from £30,300 when it goes on sale in the UK from September.

Three bodystyles will be offered – saloon, coupe and convertible – with a choice of four-wheel or rear-wheel drive.

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There is one engine option, a 315bhp 3.7-litre V6, which is mated to either a six-speed manual or seven-speed auto ‘box with paddle shift.

The saloon and coupe accelerate to 62mph in 5.8 seconds (6.2 seconds for the folding hard-top cabriolet) and all models are limited to 155mph.

The G37 gets a active cornering bi-Xenon headlamps, Bluetooth, 18-inch alloys (19-inch for the cabrio), electrically adjustable front seats, front and rear parking sensors, cruise control, powered steering column with integrated instrument binnacle as standard. The convertible also gets leather trim, heated seats, parking camera, wind deflector and Infiniti’s Connectiviti system.

On-the-road prices start at £30,300 for the G37 Saloon, £31,950 for the G37 Coupe and £38,900 for the G37 Convertible.

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