Infiniti's BMW 3-series rivalling range, the G-series, gets tweaks across the range
9 March 2011

Japanese luxury car maker Infiniti has revised its BMW 3-series-rivalling G-series line-up.

The tweaked range - comprised of saloon, coupe, and convertible models – now features the firm’s 3.7-litre petrol V6 mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters as standard. New alloy wheel designs are offered for the Coupe and Convertible models, while new paint colours are offered across the range.

See pics of the revised Infiniti G-series range

The G Saloon is available with four model options - G37, G37x GT, G37x GT Premium and G37 S Premium – with prices starting from £33,508 for the entry-level version.

The G37 features 18-inch alloys and will hit 60mph in 5.9 seconds, according to the firm. From £36,538 the G37x GT gets all-wheel drive, leather trim and heated seats, with the GT Premium adding cruise control, sat-nav, sunroof and reversing camera for £40,264.

Top spec S Premium comes with rear wheel drive, and adds sport suspension and sports seats to GT Premium, with prices starting from £40,574

Coupe versions are available with three specifications, and prices start from £36,319 for the G37 S Coupe, rising to £41,395 for the range-topping S Coupe Premium. This gets sat-nav with voice command, rear spoiler and 19 inch alloys.

The convertible range has been simplified to one equipment model costing from £45,185. This gets climate controlled front seats, sat-nav and cruise control and is also available with red leather and wood interior trim – adding a premium of £890.

Will Reed

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