We have a 1999 G20T with 130,000+ miles. We love it and have had ZERO problems. Thanks to this car we now only buy Nissan products. This car has become a commuter car, but we will keep it until it's dead. We have since purchased a 05 I35 and like it just as much.
Sound system, style, reliability.
Size of interior and cup holders, it needs more cupholders.
This car has been very reliable up until this year when I have had to fix the moon roof $1000, the starter $400, and a battery $100. But they are the only repairs (other than routine matinence) that have been done in 120,000 miles.
Comfort, Bose 6-speaker stereo, Climater control, great brakes
POWER!! you really have to stomp on it to pass or go up hills. Gas mileage is only mediocre.
I have owned my g20 for 2 1/2 years with no problems. It is very comfortable and has a great soundsystem to boot. The car handles like a luxury car should, and this car is bulit to last. I totally agree with basically all of the reviews, yes please a little more power!! My 89 celica had much more jump for a 4 banger. Yes, the cup holder is a joke, as I have cleaned a few messes from spilage! Overfall, this car rocks!!!
Easily the car car I've ever owned, probably the best there is for the price. A sporty, fun-driving car cleverly disguised as a sedan. Some lament a lack of power, but with the manual transmission, I don't notice it until I get to the gas pump (I get 28-31 mpg). It doesn't have a useful cupholder. But who cares? I've had the car 6 years and 90,000 miles, and have only had scheduled maintenance and tire and battery replacement.
*reliability*, efficiency, smooth manual transmission, very comfortable seats
I have owned the car for six years now, and can say it is the best car I have ever driven. Other than life limited items like tires and the battery, the car has been entirely trouble-free. The stickshift makes the most of the small engine, gets great mileage, and is fun to drive.
fuel economy, comfortable seats, reliability, great suspension, great stereo