Rolle (france), 25. September 2009 – step by step, nissan’s luxury brand moves closer to the german market. Although it is not yet known when exactly the first local infiniti center, which will be located in hamburg, will be opened, the japanese have now announced the german prices of their models. At the start, there will be five model series in a total of 13 model and equipment variants to choose from. All vehicles feature extensive standard equipment, including bi-xenon headlights with adaptive cornering lights and an audio system.
G37 sedan as entry-level model
Cheapest infiniti is the g37 sedan. The rear-wheel drive four-wheeler is only available with a 320 hp v6 gasoline engine that delivers 360 nm to the crankshaft. Power transmission is handled by a six-speed manual transmission as standard, with a seven-speed automatic available as an option. All-wheel drive or the 4was four-wheel steering system are also available at extra cost. The latter is standard in the top model g37 s. The g37 costs 39.900 euros, the g37 gt 41.560 euros, and the g37 s costs 44,000 euros.000 euros.
G37 also available as a coupe and cabrio
On the technical basis of the g37, infiniti offers two additional variants. Both the coupe and the convertible offer space for four people. The engine and transmission are identical to the g37. The only difference is that there is no all-wheel drive for the two-wheeler. The coupe starts at 41.950 euros, the gt version costs 43.610 euros and the emphatically sporty s version 46.050 euros. The g37 convertible comes standard with leather seats, dual-zone automatic climate control that reacts to the position of the steel folding roof, and a rearview camera. For the basic model called gt 50.800 euros, while the better-equipped "premium"-model is listed at 54.480 euros in the list.