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Infiniti G37, Coupe, Sedan
#223 of 242 That does not sound like an accident
Apr 26, 2010 (3:30 pm)
More like manufacturer defect. Infiniti should replace that under warranty in good faith, unless they claim that it exploded due to being hit by a rock. If they do then I suggest you take them to court and they will have to prove that. As a luxury brand I'd hope Infiniti would not do this.
#224 of 242 Re: 2010 G37x Exploding Sunroof [dcnatfan]
May 08, 2010 (7:43 pm)
that is freak aw-some- your driving along with your new rig and your roof just explodes.. wow- dont know what to tell you on this one but i would google it -see if others have had this happen..
#225 of 242 Minor modifications
Jun 28, 2010 (8:53 am)
You all have been very helpful in helping me get the best price/deal on my new G. So far I love the car. I am thinking about a few minor modifications. For one, I would love to increase the sound/exhaust note. Can any of you suggest any modifications that would do that (cat back/ axel back, etc.). I am not looking for something really loud, just a little more. I was looking on line at what is offered by megan racing.
Any thoughts would be great!!
#226 of 242 Re: Minor modifications [larrys8]
Jun 28, 2010 (9:45 am)
Will NEVER understand why people want their car to be louder. The mfgrs all spend millions trying to figure out how to make the cars quieter. Do your neighbors a favor and leave it the way it is.
#227 of 242 Re: Minor modifications [larrys8]
Jun 28, 2010 (4:38 pm)
For mod questions, you may want to try MyG37.com.
#228 of 242 performance chips
Jul 26, 2010 (2:20 pm)
has anyone tried any of those performance chips that claim better mileage and more horsepower? have 2010 G37XS. some are advertised as low as $70. seems to good to be true. Thanks.
#229 of 242 Defective Convertible Roof?
Oct 24, 2010 (7:02 pm)
I bought the G37S convertible. I accidently left a pair of running shoes in the trunk and went to put the top down. A warning on the dash told me the trunk was open, so I closed the roof, checked the trunk, which was closed and tried again. Same thing. The next day, I noticed two identical dents and scratches on the roof on both side of the car. The dealer (Infiniti of Willow Grove, PA) basically told me it wasn't their responsibility. So I escalated it to the regional sale rep who said the same thing. This is a $50K car loaded with technology - GPS, Sonar, you name it. But they didn't think to put in a sensor that would stop the roof from damaging itself.
What's worse - on the next serice visit I took it to a different dealership (Infiniti of West Cheste, PA), I asked them to check a rattle coming from the back of the car. And they told me there were two loose bolts in the roof. They had the nerve to tell me that it was the people who did the body work to repair the roof probably didn't tighten them enough. But the roof was painted in place because there was residue of paint left on the tops of the windows. Anyone else have problems with service with Infiniti? I gotta tell ya, I'm really disappointed.
Link to youtube video:
#230 of 242 Re: Defective Convertible Roof? [tkogrady]
Oct 25, 2010 (2:41 am)
That's a real bummer, man!
But, I would be hard pressed to call it a defect. Maybe a design deficiency, or a lack-of-feature, but not a defect. Now if the roof had an obstruction detector and it didn't work as advertised, than that would be a defect .
BTW, that a was nice youtube post.
#231 of 242 Re: Defective Convertible Roof? [srs_49]
Oct 25, 2010 (4:18 am)
I think it's both - the lack of a sensor or the fact that it would get damaged so easily would be a design defect. The two loose screws they found in the roof would be a defect. But either way, I could forgive that if they would stand by their product, but I'm really disappointed by the lack of service or accountability.
#232 of 242 Re: Defective Convertible Roof? [tkogrady]
Oct 25, 2010 (9:33 am)
At what point are we individually accountable for our own flaws rather than blaming those around us?