Other new additions for the G37 Sedan include an optional sport brake setup with four-piston front and two-piston rear calipers and larger 14-in. front, 13.8-in. rear rotors, a new 18-inch wheel design, and Nissan’s scratch shield paint standard.
The 2009 G37 Sedan will come in four versions: G37, G37 Journey, G37S Sport 6MT, and G37x AWD. The options for the G sedan will also be available for the G37 coupe, which gets a G37x all-wheel-drive variant added to its G37, G37 Journey, and G37S Sport 6MT options.
Joining both models will be the new G37 Convertible. The G37 drop-top will feature a three-piece folding hardtop, a unique interior treatment, and an uprated HVAC system as its major updates over the G sedan and coupe.
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