2000 G20 New Car Test Drive
Infiniti's G20 comes with a suspension tuned to the tastes of European enthusiasts. This car received rave reviews for its handling characteristics. When driven hard, Infiniti's sports sedan makes its driver feel like a hero. Oriented around the driver, the interior is functional and attractive.
Two well-appointed models are available, G20 and G20t, with few options to buy.
G20 ($21,395) comes with ABS, cruise control, power windows and locks, a 100-watt Bose AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo with six speakers, and all the other features associated with luxury performance sedans.
G20t touring model ($22,895) adds a viscous limited-slip differential, sport cloth interior, leather-wrapped steering wheel, automatic temperature control, fog lights and rear spoiler. High-performance 195/60R15 tires on the G20t replace the P195/65HR15 tires on the base G20.
A five-speed manual gearbox is standard; optional automatic transmission adds $800. A leather package with power sunroof, power seats, climate control, an HVAC filtration system and a HomeLink system that will turn on your lights and open your garage door comes in a package that can be added to the standard model for $1,500 or to the touring model for $1,200. Heated seats can be added to the leather package for $420.
For 2000, new standard features for both models include power windows with driver-side automatic up/down, power decklid release, wood-tone interior trim, engine immobilizer, automatic off for headlights, and anti-glare outside mirrors.
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