Features

Base 2.0T coupes come well-equipped with automatic headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, manual air conditioning, cruise control, a CD stereo with USB and auxiliary inputs, Bluetooth connectivity, and remote keyless entry. In addition to its V-6 engine, the 3.8 trim offers an enhanced level of standard features, including fog lights, leather seats and automatic air conditioning.

More features are grouped together in Premium and Grand Touring packages, which are available for 2.0T and 3.8 models, respectively. The Premium includes a power driver's seat, Infinity stereo, keyless access and ignition, and a moonroof. Grand Touring V-6 coupes include the above-mentioned Premium features as well as brown leather seats, heated front seats, high-intensity-discharge headlights, rear parking sensors and heated side mirrors. Track versions of 2.0T and 3.8 models include all the features from their respective packages, listed above, as well as special performance components.

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