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Customer Review Summary for Infiniti G35

4.6
(347 Reviews)

2003 G35 Sedan

2003 Infiniti G35 G35Driver - Virginia Beach, Va 11/26/2006

The 2003 G35 is a great car. I bought the 6 speed manual and it is absolutely flawless. The clutch will take some getting used to but it is easy to learn. The car comes with more than enough horsepower (260hp) although I would have waited and got the 298hp that was offered on later year models. The car rides comfortably even with the sport suspension which I think is a must. The leather is soft and plush and all interior aspects of the vehicle make people go ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Trust me I get a lot of compliments on the car. There are only 2 complaints that I have about the car. One of them being that the car will lose tractions very easy in rain and snow if you are taking turns. It will stick like glue on dry pavement but one wet pavement be careful because it will come out from under you...but thats just all the horsepower at your feet. The other complaint that I have is the Infiniti G35 is supposed to be a luxury sports car...why is there plastic on the bottom portion of the car. If you buy a 2003 or 2004 I would recommend getting one with the appearance package which replaces the plastic trim with an actual "body kit". Other than that the car is great, looks sleek and is no doubt the best bang for your buck luxury model you can get. Its been 4 years and it has been in the shop 0 times. You must test drive one for yourself.

Awesome, Thirsty Sedan

2008 Infiniti G35 Honda Defector - Dallas, TX 07/26/2011

I own a 2008 G35 with the Journey and Premium packages. It has a lot of really nice/unique features: - Beautiful car, thanks to the sedan's redesign for 2008/2009. - Press "unlock" and the steering column and seat move out of the way up to assist with ingress/egress - Fantastic navigation system/media interface - The rear bench is easily removable.. which was a nice find after my son's cooler spilled all over the back seat - Great room in the back seat for a midsize car -- lots of foot room for the rear passengers - The car doesn't "beep beep beep" for every little thing. If you have driven a Toyota you will understand what I am talking about. - Fun to drive with nicely weighted steering and scary fast acceleration. Drawbacks: - Gas mileage, even when driving like a little old lady, is awful for a sedan. 20.4 MPG so far even with a heavy mix of highway miles. You have to "pay to play" with this vehicle! A 6 speed auto or manual might help here. - Could be a little quieter on the highway - The BOSE audio system, while supposedly a huge upgrade over the stock stereo, still lacks low end punch. - Smallish trunk - I wish the 6-speed manual was available without having to get the bone jarring "sport" package - Infiniti dealer service is $$$ (even compared with Acura) and service intervals are frequent Overall it's a beautiful, fast, comfortable sports sedan that I am enjoying immensely.

Excellent Value

2008 Infiniti G35 R3K - Las Vegas 11/25/2011

This is my first dabble into the luxury car market, as well as with Infiniti, and I have to admit that I'm very impressed with my G35S sport sedan. While not quite on par with some of the Mercedes or BMW's that my friends own, when you look at the level or performance and luxury you get, for the relatively low price you pay, it's a no brainer. The responsiveness of the G35 engine is amazing! Power, power, power! And it handles like it's on rails. Absolutely NO play in the steering (which took some getting used to), and no body lean what-so-ever when taking a curve at a spirited pace. On the down side, that great handling suspension when attacking the road aggressively can prove to be a bit on the stiff side when just crusing around town. Nothing too over the top, but small bumps are definitely noticed. The interior is very comfortable, and fit & finish is excellent. Again, not quite the Mercedes or BMW luxury touches, but extremely well crafted. The front seats are more sport than luxury, but they are fully adjustable to include lumbar adjustments, and can be tailored to fit each person's preference. I'm 6'2" and have no problems fitting in the car, but anyone much taller than that might have head room issues. There also is a bit of road noise in the interior, and I'd like the cabin to be a bit quieter, but it's definitely not a deal breaker. Like most other G35 owners, my biggest complaint is the fuel consumption. If this car got about 5-7 more MPG it would be awesome. All in all, I am very satisfied with my G35S Sedan and would (and have) recommend it to my friends.

Infiniti G35 Overview

This sports sedan has plenty of driver-friendly features, lots of cabin space, plenty of power, style, and a respectable price. With superb acceleration and braking, a stylish look, and pleasant driving experience, the Infiniti G35 is rewarding to own and drive.

Infiniti G35 History

In 2003, Japan introduced the Infiniti G35 sport sedan to American drivers as a refined brand exhibiting style and performance. Both generations of the G35 distinguish themselves with a spacious cabin, high performance, and a fair price for the entry-level luxury market. Additionally, all vehicles, except the G35x, operate in rear-wheel drive. It's important to note that from 2009 on, this series was titled G37.

How It Drives

While critics feel the vehicle has inefficient gas mileage, the Infiniti G35 has sufficient power for city driving, responsive handling, and performance-oriented enhancements, which add to the driving experience immensely. A five-speed automatic transmission with manual mode remains standard across the lineup.

Used Infiniti G35 Value

Though more recently, the G35 was replaced by the G37, the second generation of the G35 stands as a similar option to the G37 sedan with a smaller V6 engine. The model was a sedan until 2006; afterward, the car was built as a coupe. All-wheel-drive trims are identified as G35x. Both the sedan and the coupe share the 3.5L V6 engine, though the sedan has less horsepower. Bluetooth arrived on all G35 models in 2006. Combined with the fact that Infiniti offers G35 as a sports vehicle in a luxury frame, performance will not be an issue for potential buyers.

Infiniti G35 Standard Features

All G35s come standard with rear-wheel drive unless it's a G35x trim that specifically has all-wheel drive. Leather upholstery comes standard with a full Bose sound system in the cabin. Each vehicle is built with a V6 engine for performance and efficiency to create a more comfortable driving experience. Overall, the G35 remains a good option for buyers seeking a stylish sports car.

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