Car rides nice. Great pickup and go. AC cools great.
A powerful Car
2007 Infiniti G35Older Person - Los Angeles County06/01/2008
we bought it in March 2008 - Great car. Stays under control. Hugs the road. GReat when overtaking another vehicle. Looks beautiful, - that is what I fell for! The technology package is a must. Blue tooth is great - rear view camera is a wonderful safety device, particularly if there are kids around when you are backing up. Saves a lot of straining and stretcing the neck.
The car is all that is advertised about it. However, if you are an older person you may want to think about the following: gas mileage, comfort, a hard steering, and the feeling of driving a heavy vehicle (ofcourse, it is a powerful car)
It has given me an average of 19 MPG having driven it both on the surface and freeway. It might improve a little as I drive it more on the freeway. I am usually running errands on it. Think about where you are going to drive it more - mileage is poor on the surface streets.
I would have liked a more comfortable and a smooth ride like the Lexus. The steering is hard for me and the mileage too hard on the wallet! I find it more power than I need. I bet it is a very safe car though.
Again, a great carfor youger folks....
A lot of car for the money
2008 Infiniti G35Andrew V - Orlando, FL03/30/2016
Lots of power when you want it, but also very refined. And that distinctive exhaust sound! Before this one I had a 2009 G37 Journey. That was a very nice car, but when it was totalled in a rear end collision, I found a 2008 G35XS. It has a slightly smaller engine, the older 3.5L one, so about 20 less HP, but wow - the sport tuning and all wheel drive make a big difference in the way it feels and behaves on the road. In wet asphalt conditions, the RWD of my G37 would spin the back wheels often on acceleration. With AWD (the X in the name), you can practically floor it in almost any weather condition and take off like a shot from a cannon. The Sport (S) also makes it a more firm and agile feeling ride. Love this car!
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