Infiniti G37 vs Honda Accord

Infiniti G37

Honda Accord

A more dynamic exterior and updated dashboard, with state-of-the-art infotainment technology available, take the Infiniti G37 Sedan into a new decade with more presence and class than ever. The 2010 version of Infiniti's lead-in sports model for Europe remains just as potent, poised and well equipped as before, but benefits from improvements that bring it into line with other Infiniti models as well as responding to feedback from Infiniti owners.

The changes are subtle but effective - as one glance at the sharper new front-end look-and-feel reveals. More sculptural, more distinctive and more indicative of the 320 PS (316 bhp) under the bonnet of each Infiniti G37, the new exterior moves the Sedan visually closer to its sportier two-door cousin, the Infiniti G37 Coupé.

New front light clusters - still with Bi-xenon adaptive cornering headlights as traditional - and a fresh-looking iteration of the familiar double-arch Infiniti grille are the main part changes, proving the rightness of the original layout. A refactored under-bumper section with recessed, wide-set foglights (previously the fogs were set into the main light clusters) gives the 2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan a more purposeful edge to its already striking visual impact.

The rest of the Infiniti G37 Sedan's body is untouched. Which is good news for fans of its trademark long bonnet, raked-back A cornerstones and athletic stance that projects performance and grace in equal measure.
Set to go on sale in Mid-august of 2010, the 2011 Honda Accord Sedan and Coupe receive significant upgrades including enhanced fuel efficiency, improved look and dashboard look-and-feel and the addition of a new leather-equipped Special Edition (SE) trim level. Available as either a sedan or a coupe in 4-cylinder and V6 variations, the Honda Accord provides a original balance of style, performance, efficiency and value specific to every individual model.

For 2011, the Honda Accord evolves again with sharpened look-and-feel inside and out, fuel efficiency gains and a broader application of well-known features, explained Erik Berkman, vice president of Corporate Planning and Logistics for American Honda Motor Co. , Inc. The Honda Accord is developed to deliver a consistently rewarding ownership experience in the areas that matter most to sedan and coupe drivers.

Enhancments to car aerodynamics, motor friction and transmission gear ratios all contribute to fuel efficiency enhancments. The EPA fuel-economy ratings for Honda Accord 4-cylinder sedan models equipped with an automatic transmission enhance by 2 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 3 mpg on the highway, for a city/highway rating of 23/34 mpg.

The 2011 Honda Accord Sedan's look expresses a more upscale and comprehensive presence with a new style for the front grille, front bumper and back deck lid, along with a new wheel layout.