Great car for a daily driver; smooth ride in the city with very capable handling and a strong 3.5L V6 engine for the highway. Comfortable cabin, including a generous backseat for a midsize sedan. Easy to use "infotainment" console but wish it came with a USB connection. Not the best gas mileage, especially in city driving. Also there is no oil pressure gauge, had to install one.
2003 G35 Sedan
2003 Infiniti G35G35Driver - Virginia Beach, Va11/26/2006
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.
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....
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