Premium Package, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Navigation System, Front Seat Heaters
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.5L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 93K Miles, White/Gray
I have had two cars before this one that I have really enjoyed, a '94 Thunderbird (when it was a luxury sports coupe) and a Lincoln LS. The G35 has the size and handling of my Thunderbird and all the updated luxury features of my Lincoln. I couldn't ask for a better combination. I have only two little peeves: having an analog clock face on the dash, and it's a hard swallow to still be paying for premium gas.
My 2003 Infiniti G35 is a wonderful first car. The car looks great--she is very sporty looking without calling too much attention. The interior is very luxurious, with a sunroof, black leather seats and motorized everything. I have a ton of storage space (glove box, upper glove box, middle console, sunglass protector, and a huge trunk, among other places. And to me, the best part about the car is that there is a secret first-aid kit in the backseat cup holder. Most importantly, though, the car drives very smoothly. Sometimes I wonder if I get very good gas mileage, but I love the car so much I don't care that much (even though I can only put premium gas in her!). The G35 has a lot of nice features, like a light that tells you when the driving conditions are particularly slippery. I definitely recommend this car for someone who wants subtle luxury--you know you have something nice, and everyone else can see you have something nice, but the Infiniti G35 doesn't scream for attention.
What can I say about this luxury vehicle? First, let me start off by saying i own a 2005 G35 X sedan with roughly 94,000+ miles. The car is absolutely loaded with options and was well maintained. As with any used car it's important to get one that has been properly cared for. The car has great power and the 3.5 liter, V6 engine at 280 horsepower can truly be appreciated on the freeway.