2011 INFINITI G Sedan Sedan G25x 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5 6cyl 7A)
Brought this car used in 2017 with 119k and sold with 155k. The car is very reliable. I live in newyork and took the car on vacations numerous amounts of time. Even drove to canada. The check engine light only came on twice. Once for a mass air flow sensor which is ended up having to be reprogrammed at infiniti. And another time when i only changed one tire. I had to change the other 3 to fix it. Besides that thisbis one of the best cars i ownes
2011 INFINITI G Sedan Sedan G25 Journey 4dr Sedan (2.5 6cyl 7A)
I have owned my 2011 G25 Journey 4 door Sedan for a week now. I purchased it for $16,000 even with 55k on the odometer. The acceleration is great for a 2.5L V6 and the handling is amazing. The interior is quiet, comfortable, and excelling in style. Although gas is expensive, the mpg could be better. I'm currently getting 16 or 15 mpg. The car takes premium gasoline so a fill up is pretty expensive. There is plenty of room throughout the cabin and trunk. Overall, a great, reliable car with okay gas mileage.
2011 INFINITI G Sedan Sedan G37 Journey 4dr Sedan (3.7L 6cyl 7A)
I enjoyed this car until one day it broke down by what I was told was a "rare occurrence" which turns out to be a known issue with ALL Nissan/Infiniti cars. The transmission leaked fluid into the cooling system which damaged everything the mixed fluids came into contact with and totaled the car. Despite the fact that this is a manufacturer defect and known issue (internally) they refused to fix it because I was slightly out of warranty. I always serviced the vehicle regularly, drove responsibly, and even cleaned it weekly! After consulting with a dozen mechanics who specialize in Nissan/Infiniti, I've been informed that this issue goes back to an early 2000's model Pathfinder and Nissan refuses to recognize it publicly or help anyone who has lost their car because of a defect they are responsible for. Don't take my word for it, just do some searching online and you will see that this particular model and many other Infinitis with the 7AT transmission are notorious for problems. Like I said, it would be an enjoyable car if it actually worked, but I wouldn't advise anyone to risk their hard-earned money on this vehicle or a brand that refuses to take care of their customers.