Last post on Sep 17, 2013 at 5:59 PM
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Infiniti G25, Sedan
#46 of 55 Re: one less colour, [dayne20071]
Sep 30, 2010 (9:45 am)
Two less colors, neither of them a loss IMHO. Smokey Quartz (tan) and Vibrant Red. I really wish the sedan and the coupe had the convertible's Midnight Garnet available, that is a sharp color.
#47 of 55 Re: one less colour, [kingpcgeek]
Oct 01, 2010 (1:24 pm)
Yea, that is a good colour, but I am dissapointed they discontinued the Lakeshore blue, I always thought they had the wrong interior colours to match that colour, Blue usually looks good with black interior, however they had a Stone and Wheat interior colour with it. Maybe that is the reason it never sold well.
#48 of 55 Re: one less colour, [dayne20071]
Oct 01, 2010 (3:29 pm)
Anything but a black interior is a bad color to me.
#49 of 55 Edmunds First Drive G25
Oct 05, 2010 (4:50 pm)
Really solid review of it here, making me think about this car again:
"At the end of the day the G25 offers a unique combination of luxury and economy, and is every bit as engaging to drive as the BMW 328i and sportier than a Lexus IS 250. It is exactly powerful enough to strike a commendable balance among social responsibility, budget consciousness and engaging driving character.
Best of all, it's not a penalty box."
#50 of 55 they have arrived
Oct 08, 2010 (4:53 am)
Well I am going to test drive a G25 tomorrow, a dealership in NJ call me and said they just received 4. But I like the opinion of Insideline, is seem like these cars will be a good buy.
#51 of 55 Re: they have arrived [dayne20071]
Oct 08, 2010 (7:59 am)
Seeing that the going street price is about $4500-$5000 of MSRP for a G37 the G25 at close to MSRP is about the same price. That's giving up over 100hp and you can't get NAV and some other bells and whistles.
If you can't get the new G25 Journey for around $4k under MSRP or about $30k it's just not a good deal at all. The 1mpg city and 2 mpg hwy is just not much of an improvement.
#52 of 55 Re: they have arrived [m6user]
Oct 09, 2010 (9:03 am)
Well I just drove a G25X, and all I can say is that it is a pleasant and adequate car, I do not think anyone who has sportscar experience would be impress by this model G. I dislike this strategy by the dealerships on the Northeast of only stocking the X model versions of these cars. The car I test drove was listed at $36500.00, I find that price to be a joke since you could get a G37 for about the same price.
#53 of 55 Re: they have arrived [dayne20071]
Oct 10, 2010 (3:12 pm)
The only way I could see this selling well is if they give the same kind of incentives as a G37 to knock the price much lower once OTD.
The price on the window stickers is a joke to say the least.
#54 of 55 Re: they have arrived [dayne20071]
Oct 11, 2010 (3:58 am)
If you look in the prices paid thread someone noted they paid under invoice. 31.5k for a G25x
#55 of 55 Re: test drive
Sep 17, 2013 (5:59 pm)
I test drove both the g25x and g37x, but I was very disappointed with their performance. Does anyone know why these cars would lag for a second or two when you throttle the gas pedal before being a strong pull forward? For a luxury and performance car, I found that very peculiar and probably would not consider buying neither one of these cars. Thanks