The G35 was a model sold at Nissan’s luxury brand Infiniti in the USA starting in the 2003 model year. The G35 is powered by a 260 horsepower and 260 ft-lbs of torque version of Nissan’s VQ35DE that is located far back in the chassis (Nissan calls it FM -front midships) mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox that is connected to a viscous limited slip differential out back. Today’s example is offered for a decent price for the number of miles and condition. Find this 2004 Infiniti G35 offered for $8990 in Canton, MA via cars.com. Tip from Art C.
As much as I am a fan of over exaggeration and making blanket statements, I can’t get over the statement in the title of this next advertisement. The seller lists it as “best deal on craigslist”. Seriously? Let’s take a look at the local competition. Is it a better deal than this ’78 RX7 barn find for $3500? Is it a better deal than a manual gearbox equipped 03 Legacy Outback for $2000? What about this ’89 240SX that needs some work for $3800? That’s about it for the Sacramento area craigslist…so maybe this is the best deal. Find this 1992 Infiniti M30 Convertible offered for $3900 in Folsom, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
You might have never heard of the Infiniti QX4 before today…well…because it is an oddball luxury SUV from Nissan’s luxury brand sold from 1997-2003. You can barely throw a timing belt without hitting a Nissan Pathfinder around these parts, but good luck finding a QX4 — I have to imagine that Infiniti only sold a […]
Modern (post 2000 model year) cars are fast, complicated, and comfortable. Some are still too expensive, but others have depreciated into serious DT territory because of the immutable laws of supply (the OEM sold a ton when new) and demand (the newer versions are cooler/better/nicer smelling)…which have oddly favored the Infiniti version of the Nissan […]
The Y34 generation M45 was sold in the US market for the 2003 and 2004 model years only, and in very limited numbers (8000 or so if you believe the web). The M45 was sold as a competitor to the BMW 540i, Audi S6 or Mercedes-Benz E500 and you don’t see many around partially because […]
The F31 generation Infiniti M30 was essentially a Nissan Leopard re-badged and upgraded for the US luxury grand touring market. The M30 might look like yet another Japanese front-drive econobox, but in reality the Leopard was a rear-drive sports car sold as a competitor to the Toyota Supra and Mitsubishi Starion. Unfortunately the M30 was […]
It is heartening to know that there are really fun to drive cars out there for not much coin. The first generation (P10) Infiniti G20 was known as the Nissan Primera overseas. It was the entry level Infiniti and came very well equipped for being a smaller car. Enthusiasts loved the good handling from the […]
Tip from Matt C who writes: Its like the Allante of Nissans…Fwd: This is not the convertible Jerry wants. But chances are somebody else who reads DT does. It’s a bit porky and older than what Jerry wanted, but when was the last time you saw an Infiniti M30? Did anyone even see them when they […]
The first generation Infiniti Q45 packed a surprising amount of performance & technology when it was released into the wild way back in 1990. Competition from ze Germans (BMW/Mercedes, etc) included a lineup on inline-6 engines in cars like the 5/7-series and Mercedes W124 E-Class –but in comparison the Q was indeed Quick. Parent company […]
The second generation Infiniti G20 undeservedly flies under the radar screen of most used car shoppers. They are superb values that avoid the Honda and Toyota tax found on buying used Civics and Corollas. The G20 comes with the tuner friendly Nissan SR20 4 cylinder engine and has a interior that is better equipped and […]