Infiniti g35 coupe

Asked by Nov 07, 2012 at 04:10 PM about the INFINITI G35

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I'm planning on getting this car within
the next yr and I was tools that the
2003 had a few problems so ill
probably get a 2004 I am I'll be 18
when I get this car so ill be taking it
through collage with me I've allredy
called my insurance company do get
a quote is there some things I should
look for I was told it uses a lot of
oil,breaks,tires more than normal and
I was wondering is this bad I can
change my own breaks and oil is the
Infiniti g35 coupe a safe car? Would I
have any problems traveling in 1-3
inches of snow? Does it have keeless
entry I have to have a sunroof and
does it have a roomy trunk I haven't
yet looked at on in person but I need
to but I'm allnost 90% sold on it is it
true you have to only put in premium
gas in it??  What is the horsepower in
the 2004 and 2005?

7 Answers


Honestly, I would probably just wait until you are ready to buy. Then go check'em out. See if you like the ride and look at the trunk space. The market and availability changes daily. Will you survive 1-3 inches of snow? Yes. Is it a great car in the snow? No Reliability wise, its a Infinity (Nissan), so its going to be more reliable then any German lux car with a better resale value.

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Thanks do you know the horsepower on a 2004 & 2005?


Around 280 I beleive

That's why I herd but wasn't sure if it changed in 04 or 05?


In 2005 the hp went up to 298. Premium is recommended but not required. And yes, both years offer keyless entry but I'm not sure when Infiniti began offering push-to-start. The trunk is very large for a car in this class. And yes it goes through the tires and brakes fairly qiuckly, but honestly, that largely has to do with the fact that g35 owners drive their cars hard. If snow is a concern the other option is to just get a g35 x sedan. Still very sporty, does great in the snow and let's your friends come come comfortably along for the ride

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Ok thanks I probably won't get a awd just because its more in gas and insurance I don't really need it in 1-3 inches of snow and if I do I will get my brother to take me to school


the 2004 does not have key less entry..i own one and mine is fully loaded..i think its only the 05' and putting anything less than 91 in your car will cause it to get worse gas mileage as well as a loss in power. other than that they are great, fast, reliable, and turn heads.. i have quite a a few mods done to my car..and i have debadged a lot of people don't even know what it is

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