The 93 G20 was very reliable. I put on 140,000 miles on it and it had no major repairs outside of scheduled repairs and tune-up items. No surprises at all. Impressive. The car had excellent pep and acceleration so long as there was only two people in it and no cargo in trunk. Fill it up with 4 adult passengers and truck of luggage and crank up the AC, then you can actually feel the engine being taxed on freeway on-ramps or long hill climbs. Speaking of trunk, it is large for a car this size, used the then new "Cab forward design.
Fuel economy was impressive for it's time (pre hybrid era). The car conservative good looks (like 3 series BMW of the same model year).
Infiniti seems to use thin leather in their seats. On both my G20 and later QX4, the leather ripped just 4 years later. Only the Q45 seemed to have quality leather.
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