by love my 'niti on Apr 8, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Infiniti G20 4dr Sedan
What a car! I bought this as my commuter vehicle years ago and it has since been driven by my wife and 3 of my children. It is comfortable, peppy enough, very sophisticated (for its vintage), and still turns heads. I cannot believe how it has aged--people with little GM's can't believe their cars are 10-12 years newer! Yes, this car was billed as a "Japanese BMW" and indeed I would concur--but I'll bet a Bimmer would not be running like this 15 years later. If you find one of these babies, buy it--they are becoming quite rare.
by Kathleen on Dec 5, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Infiniti G20 4dr Sedan
I bought my G20t (the touring package) in 1993 as a loaner car with 6K miles on it. Buying my G20t was one of the best decisions I've ever made. It just turned over 160K miles (11/2006,) & I still love to drive it. The ride is smooth. The leather is top quality and still looks brand new. It is not perfect. The flaw that annoys me to this day is it has no cupholders, & Infiniti wants $100 to install them. Pleeeeease! The lights for the temperature buttons are not displaying consistently. The biggy is that there are 2 oil leaks that will cost about $800+ to fix. The leaks don't affect the performance or safety so I just keep adding oil. I plan to drive it until is stops.
by YJChicago on Jul 4, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Infiniti G20 4dr Sedan
My car is 12 years old, so I expect parts to be in need of replacement. But it seems there are too many parts going wrong within the length of a year. First, the two oxygen sensors went out April 2005; Second, the catalytic converter must be replaced to install the o2 sensor; Third, one fuel injector needs to be replaced, October 2005. The labor is a lot higher than the new injector; Fourth, the windshield cracked. This probably happened on highway. December 2005. A $300 replacement; Fifth, the A/C went out May 2006. A $500 repair. In a word, the well-reputed reliability of Nissan/Infiniti seems open to question. The performance of the car is no fun. Miserable acceleration. Engine noise.
by Astaroth on Jul 12, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Infiniti G20 4dr Sedan
I've owned this infiniti for only 6 mts,
yet I had a 95 for over 3 years. Very
fun car to drive. The T model includes
all the options you may ever want,
there's not too many out there on the
road, and for a 4 cylinder engine, this
2.0 Liter SR20DE is really top of the
line. Unfortunately they are no longer
in the US. The nissan primera (as it is
known in Europe, Japan) last year for
the US was 2002... I don't know what
I'll do once I have to switch my car. :(
by kwrkarka on Apr 11, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Infiniti G20 4dr Sedan
I have the 5 speed manual and it was my
first car. It is very reliable and
enjoyable to drive everyday. I had a
problem with the power steering hose and
had to get it replaced but other than
that, its good.
by ~V~ on Apr 21, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Infiniti G20 4dr Sedan
I've ran this car at the tracks
stock... The best time i had was a 16.6
quarter mile time. After I added an
intake, full pipe exhaust, and an
ignition system, I dropped almost a
full second (15.7) Just wanted to say
that this car is the most reliable car
out there, because if it's still kickin
after the way I drive it... it's build
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