I have had my g20 for 3 years now and
have had some wonderful times. People
say its pretty slow, but a four door
used sedan for under 5 k, its about
the best motor you can get. Its
handling is top notch and i feel once
your drive a G its hard to get used to
something that doesnt handle as well.
My car has 167k on it with no issues,
paint steal gleams, not a single
rattle or creak yet. Rides firm and
nice, great high speed cruiser if you
drive long distances.
Im getting between 23-28 for gas
mileage, and im a very hard driver. I
liberally use the 7500 rpm red line.
I've got 40,000 miles on my current
tires, maybe about 15k left. Its a
I just bought this car a few days ago from a car dealer and it was in excellent condition with only 1 previous owner. This car handles very well and feels very steady on the road. My father had a '93 Infiniti G20 and I loved driving that car and my '95 G20 is no different.
Bought in 2000 with 67k miles. Now has 200769+ miles. The bad: a couple of big repairs, transmission and clutch at about 130k, also cvboots/axles at around 185k. Tachometer not working, driver-side window only goes down about 80%, sunroof motor retired in 2007, and odometer just broke. The good: the best car I've ever owned (81 RX7, 82 Saab Turbo, 86 GTI, 91 Eclipse GSX, 95 Camry). VERY fun to drive, great handling, not quick off the line, but great performance at 3k rpm and above, quiet, solid, interior still essentially perfect. Good investment to have windows tinted when I got the car. 22-24 mpg city, 24-27 mpg hwy. $50/year DMV registration in CA. I would sell this car to my mom.
I bought this car with 100,000 miles on it.
Even though it shows its age in a few aspects,
it was a steal in the price I paid, and how
much I got. It drives just as well as many new
cars. I would recomend this to anyone looking
for a great car at a great price, and if you have
more cash to burn get a newer model, or don't
and save the rest ;)