Base 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan
2006 Infiniti G35x

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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 17 City / 24 Hwy
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2006 G35x Overview

The Infiniti G35 offers the sporty handling of a rear-wheel-drive car and boasts one of the best V6 engines available today.The G35 comes in sedan and coupe variants.Either way, it's clear the G35 is intended for serious driving enthusiasts, with rear-wheel drive, a sports suspension, an available six-speed manual gearbox, and nearly 300 horsepower.

Yet these are practical cars, as well.The G35 sedan offers more interior space than other near-luxury sedans.Its daring design, with stacked headlamps, catamaran fenders, and short overhangs, gives it a unique look we find appealing.The G35 costs less than a comparable BMW or Mercedes, but it gives up nothing in handling and performance.Infiniti substantially improved the G35 for 2005, with richer interior materials, more horsepower, bigger brakes, and a more refined ride.

The G35 coupe is more than just a two-door version of the sedan.It's a fastback GT with a visual character all its own.Mechanically, the G35 coupe is essentially a longer-wheelbase, more luxurious version of the Nissan 350Z.But the G35 coupe has a separate trunk instead of a hatchback like the Z, and it has a rear seat that can transport smaller members of the family.In short, it's more practical than the Z.For 2006, the G35 coupe gets some minor styling revisions.

New for 2006 is optional Rear Active Steer for the G35 coupe, which quickens the steering ratio and uses a computer and electric motor to continuously adjust rear suspension geometry.Several option packages have been upgraded for 2006: Premium packages now include a Bluetooth hands-free phone system.Projector-beam bi-xenon headlights are now standard on the coupe.Automatic coupes with the Sport Suspension Package now wear the same aero package as manual-transmission versions.

All-wheel drive is available for the G35x.
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2006 G35x Overview

The Infiniti G35 offers the sporty handling of a rear-wheel-drive car and boasts one of the best V6 engines available today.The G35 comes in sedan and coupe variants.Either way, it's clear the G35 is intended for serious driving enthusiasts, with rear-wheel drive, a sports suspension, an available six-speed manual gearbox, and nearly 300 horsepower.

Yet these are practical cars, as well.The G35 sedan offers more interior space than other near-luxury sedans.Its daring design, with stacked headlamps, catamaran fenders, and short overhangs, gives it a unique look we find appealing.The G35 costs less than a comparable BMW or Mercedes, but it gives up nothing in handling and performance.Infiniti substantially improved the G35 for 2005, with richer interior materials, more horsepower, bigger brakes, and a more refined ride.

The G35 coupe is more than just a two-door version of the sedan.It's a fastback GT with a visual character all its own.Mechanically, the G35 coupe is essentially a longer-wheelbase, more luxurious version of the Nissan 350Z.But the G35 coupe has a separate trunk instead of a hatchback like the Z, and it has a rear seat that can transport smaller members of the family.In short, it's more practical than the Z.For 2006, the G35 coupe gets some minor styling revisions.

New for 2006 is optional Rear Active Steer for the G35 coupe, which quickens the steering ratio and uses a computer and electric motor to continuously adjust rear suspension geometry.Several option packages have been upgraded for 2006: Premium packages now include a Bluetooth hands-free phone system.Projector-beam bi-xenon headlights are now standard on the coupe.Automatic coupes with the Sport Suspension Package now wear the same aero package as manual-transmission versions.

All-wheel drive is available for the G35x.Hide Full Review