Infiniti has recently announced the official starting price of the 2013 G37 in the United States, which has been set at 37,795 USD, including the 895 USD destination charge.
According to the Japanese based automaker, with the G25 sedan being discontinued, the G sedan lineup has been “simplified” and it now includes just three models, the G37 Sedan Journey, the G37 Sedan Sport 6MT and the G37x Sedan AWD. The price of the 2013 G37 is 3,800 USD over the price of the outgoing 2012 Infiniti G25.
Infiniti says that there are no major enhancements to the 2013 G37 lineup but the model is more expensive than its main rival, the Lexus IS which, on the 2012 base entry-level version, can be bought from 35,660 USD, including the 895 USD destination charge. This means that the 2013 G37 is 2,135 USD more expensive than the IS.
If you want to buy the 2013 G37x Sedan with all-wheel drive, prepare to pay 39,395 USD, shipping included, but for the 2013 G37 Sedan Sport 6MT, prices will start at 42,395 USD, including the destination charge. The premium package can also be ordered but for this you will have to pay an extra 2,500 USD. The 2013 Infiniti IPL G convertible is also joining the lineup from 61,495 USD, including the destination charge.