2007 INFINITI G35 SEDAN

Total Reviews: 22
Average Overall Satisfaction: 2007 Infiniti G35 Sedan Users Rating
Almost there - tighten up the trim and paint
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E Murray from Holly Springs, NC
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Date: 07/02/07
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Power band. Manual tranny. Color.

Cons:

My 2007 Sport 6MT in Lakeshore Slate has a darker bumpers than that of the body. The mirror are also a shade off. On the interior - the Washi katanas on the doors are more silver, vs. a light bronze tint to the trim on the dash. The matte-nickel finish around the GPS doesn't match the chrome of the door handles, nor the Washi trim. Seems out of place.
The door arm rest and center console are too low for my elbows without rounding my shoulders; I'm 5'11".
THe front bucket seats are to tight-forming even in the most open position - and I have a 32" waist. This is only a problem on very hot days, really. I need to remove my wallet before sitting in this car or I'll get a sore backside.
The rear seats ought to fold down.
The door thresholds are so high I usually hit them with my shoes when exiting.

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I leased the car for the engine, for having an upscale car for less dough, the color, and the zero-to-sixty time.
It is my opinion that the Lexus I-350 and BMW 3 series have better exterior styling.

G35 Journey
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R. Rivera from Atlanta, GA
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Date: 06/20/07
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The power, great sound system, great looks, the interior has been greatly improved, the 18" wheels look great.

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I wish it came with a dedicated iPod jack. it does have an auxiliary input, but its location is somewhat cumbersome (inside center console armrest)

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I traded my 02 Nissan Maxima SE for an 07 G35 Journey. I was sad to see my Max go. It was a great car, but that sadness went right out the window the minute I test drove the G. What a car! I loved it from the moment I test drove it. That engine, oh, that engine... It's awesome. The handling is superb. I've noticed some people complaining about the sound system, but if they are talking about the BOSE sound system, I think it sounds great.

AWESOME CAR!!
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Wes from Cedartown, GA
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Date: 05/22/07
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POWER, CD player, CF drive, the styling, Voice Commands, the handling.

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The only thing I can complain about the very little cupholders.

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My wife and I drove the BMW 335i, the small Lexus, and THE G35S. This car has it all! You get so much car for the $$$. I built a comparable 335i online and it was around $11,000 more than the G we bought. The power of this car is incredible! The harddrive CD player is great! No CD cases sliding around the car. Navigation is cool. I've had my G for about 3 weeks now and this IS the car! Finally, someone designed a car with the emergency brake at the feet so that you can have both hands on the wheel in an emergency.

German handling with Japanese reliability
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Cary from San Francisco
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Date: 04/23/07
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Excellent handling, great stock features, even better optional features, power, Style

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Doors are exposed completely to dings by other cars...no side protection against dings. Other than that nothing

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I love this car. I've had my 3 series Bimmer for 9 years and I've never driven another car that handles as similarly as this G35 sport. I was not a big fan of the previous year's models design, but this body design hit the nail right on the head.

2007 G35S Review
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C. Mauldin from Houston, Texas
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Date: 04/13/07
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Handling, engine power, interior and layout of controls, keyless entry and push button start.

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Fuel cap is on passenger side, paddle shifters should rotate with steering wheel.

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I bought a G35S, Premium opt. in lakeshore slate about 3 weeks ago. Absolutely enjoy driving this car, already has over 800 miles on it. This car has the best combination of luxury and performance of any of the cars I test drove (BMW 335i and Lexus IS 350). The handling of this car is superb, it's riding on 4 Bridgestone Potenza tires, which offer plenty of grip dry or wet. The brakes seem very strong, I just hope Nissan has fixed the brake issues that earlier models had. The 306 hp DOHC dual intake engine is more than enough umph, to propel this car down the highway. Need to pass, no problem, this car has plenty of power at any speed. The automatic 5 speed has smooth quick shifts that keeps the car in the power band very nicely. I haven't turned off the VDC yet, I may when the car is fully broke in, and it's time for some new tires. The paddle shifters are a lot of fun, it's like having a manual transmission without a clutch, very cool. The gas mileage I'm getting (18m/gl) is pretty close to whats on the sticker, perhaps this will get better when the car is broke in and my right foot get's lighter.

The interior is fairly quite, the car has sound insulation in the rear fender wells which probably helps a lot. The Bose stereo is very nice but could use an equilizer. I love the MP3 playback, basiclly I can get over 1000 songs on 6 CD's in MP3 format. The wireless bluetooth phone system is very cool, although using voice commands to enter your entire phonebook is little cumbersome. Perhaps a firmware upgrade could fix that. The driver seat is very comfortable and can be adjusted a million ways, should suit just about any average size person.

Overall this was the best buy of the three cars I test drove. Now I know what Luxury Sports car means, or maybe I should call it a Sport Luxury car.

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