should i get an infinti G37 coupe or lexus ES350 sadan?

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Old 20 Mar 2010, 10:16 am   #1 (permalink)
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should i get an infinti G37 coupe or lexus ES350 sadan?
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Do you want a sports coupe or a luxury sedan ?































These two are not competitors. Infinity does not over a car comparable to the ES anymore, the closest would be a G35x sedan. The Lexus most comparable to a G37 coupe would be the IS350.
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I would go for the lexus because is luxurious and it will probably last longer than the infinti.
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infiniti G37 coupe definitly
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infinitis are nicer looking.
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http://stage.caranddriver.com/cartri...xus_es350.html















http://www.caranddriver.com/cartrims...g37_coupe.html
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Old 20 Mar 2010, 10:16 am   #7 (permalink)
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I like the IS350 better than the ES model, for Lexus.































I like the G37 Coupe. The loaded version is pretty cool.































But honestly, I'd get an R32 or a 335 Coupe. German cars are way better than Toyota and Japanese garbage.































Drive passion. Let some other dullard get a soul-less Japanese car.
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Old 20 Mar 2010, 10:17 am   #8 (permalink)
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That's a good question. The things you need to consider are 1) what you want your car to do and 2) how many people are you going to usually have with you. If you want your car to be more luxurious, the only way to go is with the ES. The G37 has luxury, but it doesn't surpass Lexus luxury. If you want your car to be more for power and performance, then get the G37. Also, if you plan on having people in the backseat a lot, then get the ES. If it's just going to be you and another person in the car the majority of the time, then the G37 is a good way to go. Personally, I think I would get the G37.
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None... If you want a car like that get a BMW or a Mercedes Benz. An Infiniti is just an overpriced Nissan (Datsun) and a Lexsucks is just an overpriced Toyota. Those 2s are made to look like a BMW and Mercedes Benz wannabes. If I want some like that I would buy the real thing no an overpriced copy.































We called them the Rich Folks Datsuns and Toyotas or Rich Man Cheap Econo-Box.































I would not get one even if you bought it for me.
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