2003 Infiniti G35 2dr Coupe w/Leather (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
I like the way the car looks, but that's about it though. In the first year I have owned this vehicle, I had the driver window repaired, the heated seat go out, the $300 third brake light go out, the clear coat on the wing peel, the rear leather in the rear panel fall off, the $400 front brakes replaced and I average about 20 mpg on the highway and I don't have a lead foot. The gas mileage is about the same as a full-size pickup. We own two other Infinitis and no problems like this one. Good thing the car has a good resale value. I am buying a truck. The gas mileage is about the same and doesn't require premium fuel.
The way the car looks and the resale value.
The parts are ridiculously expensive and I hate the $800 tires. Infiniti needs more fuel efficient vehicles. There are powerful sports cars such as the BMW Z4 that are just as powerful and average 29 mpg on the highway.
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