IRVINE, CA – Infiniti’s decision to continue to offer the G37 puzzled industry-watchers when the news was announced earlier this summer. The Japanese luxury brand has been pushing its new “Q” nomenclature for its cars, and the G’s replacement, the ’14 Q50, went on sale in early August in the U.S. But with smaller-engine competitors becoming a growing block of lower-luxury sedan sales and the Q50’s downsized engine not available until 2015, the ...

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