Plenty of power; first-rate handling; tons of driving fun.
Available as either a two-door coupe or four-door sedan, the 2007 Infiniti G35 is a compelling choice for anyone who enjoys a responsive car that is fun to drive. The coupe comes in one trim level, while the sedan is available in four: base, Journey, Sport, and x (AWD). The sedan was completely redesigned for 2007 and is now in its second generation. The 2007 coupe is a continuation of the first generation, but will receive the same redesign as the sedan beginning with the 2008 model year.
For only $450 more than the base model, the Infiniti G35 Journey comes with very desirable upgrades, including automatic headlamps, power seats, dual-zone climate control and a stereo with an in-dash six-CD changer. The x trim adds AWD and heated seats. The Sport trims, which are geared toward enthusiasts, come with performance goodies such as 18-inch wheels and tires, a viscous limited-slip differential, sport seats and a more aggressively tuned stability system. A four-wheel active steer system is available only on the Sport trims.
Either Infiniti G35 is a thrill to drive, with a direct connection between the car, the road, and the driver. The V6 engine feels strong and sounds just as good. Acceleration is vigorous, and the power is available throughout a large rpm band, which keeps 0 to 60 times below 6 seconds. Some people may find the ride quality a bit too stiff on the Sport trim levels, but the non-Sport G35s should be comfortable for a wide range of drivers.
Infiniti has totally redesigned the G35 sedan inside and out for 2007. It looks similar to the 2006 model, but it now wears a more contoured body. While its size hasn't changed much (length measures within an inch of the old one) and it weighs less than 50 pounds heavier, new technologies abound. Push-button starting is standard, and intelligent cruise control is available, as are adaptive headlamps and a rearview camera. The interior has been upgraded, bringing fit and finish to much higher levels than has been previously seen in past G35s.
The G35 coupe carries over essentially unchanged.
Infiniti's G35 is probably best compared to BMW's 3-series, and similarly offers excellent driving dynamics for the enthusiast. Compared to the BMW 328 coupe and sedan, the G35 owner enjoys about 50 additional horsepower. The G35 also adds considerable standard equipment over the German rival, such as floor mats and a fold-down rear seat for about $1,500 less. Throw in a better warranty and this all adds up to a lot of car (and a lot of fun) for the money.
Vehicle Price: 34,165.00
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