Finally, I can get off the edge of my seat. The automatic-equipped sedan and coupe will sticker for $30,700 and $32,400, respectively, while the stick versions go for $30,450 and $33,000, and you've still got to respect their order within the sentence, ok? The six-speeders will see a nice 18-hp spike for 2005, bumping horsie output for the RWD cars to 298. The G35 sedan also gets slight exterior tweakage, new wheels, and a limited-slip differential for 2K5. The coupe's interior (seen previously as its weak point) has been improved, while outside it remains largely unchanged except for the new blangin' wheels, which in my opinion blow chunks compared to the old sport package shoes. The AWD G35x is still available only in automatic sedan form, for $32,500.
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