2001 Infiniti G20 Touring 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 5M)
I think the driver's seat is one of the most comfortable I have sat in. Infiniti paid a lot of attention to details despite it not being a luxury car. Look, it is a 4-cylinder, so you aren't going to get the V-6 effort, but you do get good gas mileage, and the engine isn't that bad. What you are getting is a practical car that has some very nice features that practical cars don't always pay attention to. It is only 150 lbs lighter than my 1999 Camry and it is a smaller vehicle...I like the extra "weight" feeling. Love the car, and hope it works for several more years. I really like the side and behind profile, but the front seems rather ordinary.
Love the driver's seat; the stereo; gas mileage but still has a little pep to the engine; reliability; sunroof; good on snow; garage door opener on visor; climate control
Turning Radius; small trunk; improve the appearance of the front; always having to push the overdrive button on when after start up; it could use stereo controls on steering wheel
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