The Infiniti G35-4 door has been a fantastic car. I enjoy driving it; it is fast. There is plenty of room in the front and back seats with both being very comfortable. The car's standard equipment is perfect. The only thing I am lacking is navigation, hands free phone option and built in garage door opener, but I didn't want or need it. Leather seats, auto air/heat, heated seats, sun-roof, power seats, windows, mirrors, locks....it is fantastic. Would recommend this car to anyone who wants a high end car that is going to last many many years.
I really love this car. I have the AWD G35X and it get's surprisingly good mileage (around 20). It's very comfortable with a refined sleek interior. The only major change I would like is temperature controls on the steering wheel since I find myself reaching to the dash quite a bit. The intelligent key will change your life, you'll never go back! (Incidentally this is available on even the lowest end Nissan cars). I don't know much about cars but I do feel that the handling through curves isn't that great. I don't know if that is because of the heavy car, or the AWD. This car has pep though, it's a lot of fun to drive overall.
I've loved Z cars since I can remember seeing them as Datsuns in the late 70s and early 80s. I was drooling over one on the lot (I need a car with a back seat cause of kids) when my sales guy said, "Why not try the G35? It's basically the same car with four doors!" If only I had known this over the years as I've looked at other cars! I love this car. The gas mileage certainly could be better (I will admit that some of that is the way I drive), but it handles well, it looks good, it's fast and it has AWD, which is definitely a plus during Wisconsin winters. My two-year-old likes to sit in the back seat and go, "VROOOOOOOOOOOOM..." as I drive.
The Infiniti G35 is a sports car with a stylish exterior and a feature-rich cabin. The G35 has a rewarding driving experience thanks to its speedy acceleration and controlled steering.
The Infiniti G35 is equipped with many of the features modern buyers have come to expect, especially in a luxury vehicle. Power locks and windows are standard, while options include the likes of remote keyless entry and heated mirrors. Feature packages include a navigation system, Bose audio system and, interestingly, reclining rear seats. Bluetooth capability was added to the interior as well.
Infiniti has taken many steps to continously improve the G35 series. Annual tweaks to this year's lineup delivers an interior refresh while the exterior remains largely unchanged for the 2006 model year. Under the hood, the G35 provides a smooth, comfortable riding experience.
This model year includes a stronger 3.5L V6 engine with a five-speed automatic transmission standard. Infiniti offers customizability with choices of any combination of automatic transmission and six-speed manual, all-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive. No matter the transmission pairing, the V6 engine has a rev that can be heard in the cabin.
The Infiniti G35 sedan offers plenty of space both up front and in the rear seat. The sedan's back seats are comfortable for adults. All 2005 G35 models were improved with richer interior detailing and trim options, and softer leather, and that update carries through to the 2006 models. Additionally, the cabin was upgraded to include aluminum trim and a revised dash and center console layout.