Fuel efficiency isn't just a hot new trend; it's the future of the industry. Infiniti is taking this to heart with a new 2.5-liter V-6 for the G25 Sedan, and while it's not a gas mileage miser, it's just as much sedan--just with a little less engine.
Actually, it's a lot less engine. Rated at 218 horsepower, it's still pretty dynamic--in fact, it's not far off BMW's new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder--but it's 110 horsepower short of its bigger brother, the G37. On the other hand, the G25 manages 20 mpg in town and 29 mpg on the highway--each a mile or two per gallon better than the bigger-engined car. The G25 also skips the six-speed manual transmission entirely, available only with the seven-speed automatic.
You don't give up anything else with the G25, however: it's got the same conservatively aggressive good looks, the same austere but functional (if somewhat small) interior, and the same fantastic handling and suspension tuning. As a driver's car, the G25 is very nearly as good as the G37, and once up to speed, it's almost indistinguishable.
For the full details on the 2012 G25 Sedan, as well as more details on the Infiniti G sedan range as a whole, visit The Car Connection