Infiniti has come a long way in the span of a decade, and that journey is best seen in the Infiniti G Sedan. Originally, the letter G was attached to a humble, rebadged Nissan that got some leather trim and a few extra features to become an Infiniti. It wasn’t a convincing luxury car and it was indicative of a brand that didn’t know what it was.
Then the G35 came along and not only did Infiniti now have an entry-level model that could take on the world’s finest luxury sport sedans, it had a basis for which to establish its brand identity — fun-to-drive, and with ample high-tech features and eye-catching styling that didn’t shy away from its Japanese heritage. Today, the Infiniti G Sedan is available in G25 and G37 models, both of which are among the best choices in the segment.