The 2012 Infiniti G37 coupe lineup started with a $37,800 base model, and the Journey coupe was the next step up at $39,250. For 2013, the base coupe is gone, and the Journey is now the cheapest coupe model at $40,300.


The 2012 base G37 coupe had less standard equipment than the Journey, and no factory options were available. That meant a base coupe could not be equipped with a power moonroof, heated side mirrors and front seats, Bluetooth connectivity, a navigation system, the Sport Package and other features that were standard or available as options on the Journey.

No wonder Infiniti decided to drop the base coupe; those features are staples most buyers expect on a luxury coupe.

You can see for yourself how the base 2012 G37 coupe and Journey model stacked up with the Compare feature, here. The 2013 Journey coupe is a carryover model with minor appearance changes.

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Answered by Rick Popely on February 18, 2013 in Infiniti , Infiniti G37 , What Car Should I Buy? | Permalink

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