The current Infiniti G37 sedan hasn't yet been tested by EuroNCAP since it's been available in Europe for just a little over a year now, but it was thoroughly tested by both American crash testing organizations (NHTSA and IIHS), so their results should be sufficient from this point of view. Coincidentally or not, both organizations gave it top marks after the G37 passed all the crash tests with flying honors.
Since not everybody thinks that crash tests results are sufficient proof of a car's safety, you should also learn about G37's active and passive safety features. Just like any other modern sedan, the G is fitted in standard with two dual-stage frontal airbags, two side and two side curtain airbags that go from the front to the rear.
As far as the active safety features go, the G37 we tested sports an (usual in this class) anti-lock braking system, an anti-skid system which keeps the rear tires from falling off every couple of months or so from too many burnouts and electronic stability control for those cheerful and maybe too optimistic moments when you're entering a turn with too much speed. All these systems are interconnected and are using the same sensors, by the way.
If this is not enough for you then the Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) system should suspend your remaining car crash fears. With an ability to brake or accelerate by its own this system alone should improve highway safety by eliminating the chances for a pile-up accident in bad weather. Continue reading