2007 INFINITI G35 COUPE

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Total Reviews: 4
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Simply Beautiful
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LouisianaG35 from Oakdale, LA
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Date: 02/20/10
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Luxury, Performance, style, Value

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None

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I just purchased my 2007 G35 Coupe less than a month ago, I haven't even made my first payment yet and already have 1800 miles on it. It's that fun to drive. I come from a line of trucks so the luxury sports car thing is new to me, but I must say it won't take any getting use to because I'm already in love with it. The power, performance, and style is awesome, and the quality inside and out is simply beautiful. The technology put into making this car is state of the art, I feel proud to be seen in it, and if you own one you know exactly what I mean, it's a chick magnet. I'm a professional and dress nice everyday, the car actually makes me look good lol. I haven't had it long enough to be concerned with tire wear but I'm use to shelling out $600-$700 bucks for tires since my Hemi came stock with 20s. Hankook makes a nice set of tire that will run me around $296 for a set of 2 for the front and $322 for the rear set. That's $618 before tax and shipping. I'm absolutely happy with this car and want to keep it for a long time. It's the best vehicle I have ever owned and I have had many.

2007 used G35 coupe
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Peter from Toronto, Ontario Canada
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Date: 11/08/09
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looking and performance

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noise

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A great car. Everything is so good. It is my first summer car. Will see how many years it last

Infinity G-35
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Point Dexter from Gainesville, Florida
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Date: 03/05/09
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everything is great

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nothing bad at all

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I bought my G35 in march of 2007 and i already have 5,000 miles on it. This car is really fun to drive, it also gives me great miles per gallon

Excellent Car
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John from FL
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Date: 08/25/07
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looks, handling, and performance

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Gas mileage. It gets better as the car gets broken in.

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I bought my 2007 Infiniti G-35 Coupe, with nav system, rear active steer, 19 " wheels in March/April 2007. I now have 7,000 miles on it. The car is extremely fun to drive. You cannot be unhappy with this car. It is fun, fun, fun, and more fun.

The tire wear seems to be normal. I have Bridgestone tires. I believe the high wear complaints people have had are a result of driving habits. In addition, low profile tires are meant to wear out much faster. i fi get 16,000 miles out of my tires, I would be very happy. Also, I believe that leaving the VDC ON, helps to wear down the tires. Leaving the VDC ON can make the car sluggish when moving from a dead stop. It makes the car grip the road with incredible force. I drive for the most part with the VDC OFF, except on rainy days or slippery roads. I have had no need to use the VDC often since the car adjusts itself pretty well on high speeds at tight turns.

Because my car has a rear-active steer, it handles excellently well, especially when going through tight turns at high speeds. Because of this rear active steer, the need for the VDC to be ON, appears meaningless. Keeping the VDC OFF saves my tire from excess wear. I think the traction control, VDC, and rear active steer on this car is an overkill in the vehicle's handling and stability characteristics. You won't notice the effect of the rear active steer at slow speeds.

The brakes are no more Brembo brakes. However, they work well, and they seem to wear less quickly than the Brembo brakes.

The interior of the car meets all my needs. The leather quality of the seats are great. The pedals (brakes, accelerator, and clutch) have a tip-toe feel to it like a race car. The short shifter is marvelous. The seats hug you. The wheels are easy to clean. The sound of the exhaust is heavenly, especially when you drive in an underpass or enclosed area. it does intimidate other cars. The buttons in the car are easy to reach and adjust.

The car seems to perform excellently at high RPMs or high speeds in excess of 75 miles/hour. It seems to hate slow speeds and low RPMs. The steering wheel feels heavy at times, and the car can be very tedious to drive on a hot sunny day or when the air is not on. I typically drive most of the time with the air off. I guess the steering wheel is that way since it is speed sensitive. At high speeds, the car is stable while holding the steering wheel.

The car loves to REV. 4000 to 5000 RPM daily is routine. I have heard people complain about oil usage. Well, I change my oil every 3,000 miles. the manufacturer suggested 3,750 miles. The dealerships use synthetic blend of oil when the car was sold. I once used mineral oil (regular oil) and I found that the regular oil made my car very sluggish. So, I now use full synthetic oil. I actually use Mobil 5w-30 Full Synthetic.

I found that using synthetic blend or mineral oil led to more than expected oil consumption as a result of evaporation form high temperatures. You can see black soot at the tip of the exhaust evidencing the evaporation of the oil. Of course, during the break in period, oil consumption will naturally occur until the car settles. Oil consumption in this car is normal, except when it is excessive. So, .5 to 1 quart every 3,000 miles is not strange at all. I have the same effect with my other car. High performance engines typically use up oil.

The synthetic oil was an advantage in this car because it reduced the rate at which the oil was being used--this means synthetic oil evaporated less quickly than mineral oil under severe use and temperature. It made my early morning crank, more quiet, and it appeared to dissipate heat much faster. I always let my car warm up before driving. So, I am sold on Synthetic oil for the rest of my cars natural history with me.

Oil changes with Mobil 1 Synthetic run me about $50 an oil change. I also understand that the cost of replacing the 4 tires of this car will cost about $1,000+. However, since it is a rear wheel drive, I expect the rear tires to go bad before the front tires. So, i may be replacing just two tires at a time.

I am of the belief that the this car (2003 - 2007 model year) will one day end up as a classic Japanese car. The G-37 S, while powerful, does not have the same looks as this car.

The care is fun to drive. Buy this car if you want to be happy. I always find reasons to go out to drive. I haven't yet travelled with this car but I already have 7,000 miles on it, and I don't drive it everyday. I have had the car for about 4 months and you can form the mileage, how much I enjoy driving it when I do. The resale value is good as well.

You can also upgrade this car with an Injen Cold Air Intake, Bola Catback Exhaust, and either a supercharger or a turbo charger. Either way, you will be getting more than 390Hp from the engine. The car is truly a work of art.

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