I've owned my 1993.5 G20 since 1997. Bought it at 37,000miles and presently it has 213,967miles. This is the best car I have ever owned. It has never failed me. I replaced original water hose at 185K, speaker packed up at 197K and starter at 203K. Apart from those three items, everything in my G20 has performed flawlessly since 1997. Even the highly rated Acura and Lexus are not this trouble-free. I love my G20, WONDERFUL CAR INDEED!
Gas mileage, low maintenance, reliability and ability to nogotiate corners is amazing.
I've owned my 1993.5 G20 (5 spd) for
almost 9 years. Bought it at 22,000mi,
and it now has 167,000mi. Best car
I've ever owned. Absolutely bullet-
proof, unfailingly dependable, and
best steering of any car I've ever
driven except possibly the original VW
Scirocco. Replaced original clutch at
160,000, alternator replaced under
warranty at 30,000, ABS servo
(inexpensive, minor switch
replacement) had to be replaced at
135,000, Cruise stopped working at
155,000. Other than those items,
absolutely everything in this car has
performed flawlessly for 9 years,
including AC. Can't imagine a more
trouble-free car has ever been made.
steering, handling, amazing
dependability, very low maintenance
costs, nice stereo, sunroof, gas
mileage (26+ city, 31+ hwy)
more low end torque would be nice, but
I like the gas mileage.
I had hardly any trouble at all with
it. I bought it used w/64,000 miles on
it and it ran great until almost
180,000 miles before I had to replace
the transmission. Now it runs just as
good as it did before. It's so nice to
have a car that doesn't have something
going wrong w/it every other month. It
makes me scared of buying anything
other than an Infiniti. Infiniti has
it's reputation for a reason. Luckily,
these older style G20's don't look like
a 1993 car.
The way the car looks is my favorite
part. To me it looks like a classy car.
Well, the 1993 did not have cup holders
or power seats which I am sure the
newer ones have now. It needs a little
more power and traction.