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Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2011 Infiniti M37.

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Select the color for your 2011 Infiniti M37 below by clicking on any item in the corresponding row. After the color is selected, just click the "choose your color" button to see the products we offer with that color!

Make Note: Click here for the Infiniti paint code location chart. Most Infinity cars and SUVs have a three digit paint code which can consist of numbers and letters. Sometimes a three digit paint code is followed by a space and a fourth number or letter. The three closer together is the paint code.

Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
GAC Malbec Black Metallic
K23 Liquid Platinum Metallic
K51 Gray Metallic/Platinum Graphite Metallic
K52 Blue Slate Metallic/Dark Gray Metallic
KAT Gray Pearl Metallic
KH3 Black Obsidian
QAA Moonlight White Pearl
RAM Harbour Blue Pearl


Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2011 Infiniti EX35, EX37, FX35, FX45, FX50, G35, G37, JX, M56, or QX56?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2011 Infiniti Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Infiniti Touch Up Paint


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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:



Wayne J, owner of a 2010 Infiniti G37 from El Segundo, CA

I have used Automotivetouchup in the past for my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee and more recently for my Infiniti G37S and the paint match was outstanding. It is far superior to other products I have tried. I have used their spray paint and clear coat applications as well as the touchup paint for smaller requirements and they both worked great.

G L, owner of a 2010 Infiniti G37 from Pennsylvania

I used the Infiniti G37 liquid platinum metallic (K23) 12 oz. spray can to touch up my 19" split-spoke "bright" alloy Infiniti wheels rather than the car body itself. Even so, it worked great. Great coverage, very evenly applied, and once I added a couple of clear-coat layers over top of the paint, it blended in beautifully with the existing paint on the wheel. I had just bought these wheels not even a month earlier so needless to say was extremely upset with myself for rubbing the curb, but now I have a way of repairing them quickly, inexpensively, and accurately, so no worries! I should have used aluminum filler first on a few of the deeper scratches, so I may go back over those at some point, but even as-is I think the wheels look a hundred times better after the touch-up, and I would say probably nine out of ten people would not be able to tell anything was done to them.

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