Journey 4dr Rear-wheel Drive Sedan
2008 Infiniti G35

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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 17 City / 24 Hwy
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2008 G35 Overview

The Infiniti G35 is a true sports sedan.It features a powerful V6 engine, a sports suspension, and rear-wheel drive, all marks of sporting sedans.Rear-wheel drive offers handling response that front-wheel drive can't usually match.

There's also an all-wheel-drive model, the G35x, that gives up nothing in handling but adds capability in rainy climes and where winters bring snow.

The G35 was completely redesigned and re-engineered for 2007: New styling gave it a tauter, more buff look but without forfeiting its signature styling cues.The V6 engine was made more powerful and efficient without increasing its size.Inside is a richer, warmer look and feel, with performance-oriented enhancements that add to the driving experience.

The substantially reworked engine invites a heavy right foot, delivering its added power smoothly and strongly right up to the borderline motorcycle-level, 7500-rpm red line.A five-speed automatic transmission with manual mode remains standard across the line.However, the Sport Package kicks it up a notch, offering a choice between a six-speed manual gearbox or an automatic with Formula 1-style magnesium paddle shifters on the steering column.

For 2008, the G35 offers more choices.Most significantly, a Sport Package is now available on all-wheel-drive as well as rear-wheel-drive models.A new 18-inch wheel-and-tire package is available.Option packages have been revised, and an iPod interface is now part of the Premium Package.

Leather upholstery comes standard on all G35s along with a full complement of luxury features.The base sound system is competitive with that in any luxury sedan, while committed audiophiles will find the top-level, Studio On Wheels system from Bose delivers a richer, fuller, more intricate and crisper sound than many mega-buck home stereos.Various other options and packages add dual-zone air automatic conditioning, navigation, and self-adjusting cruise control.The Sport Package provides upgraded wheels, tires, and brakes as well as seriously supportive front seats and unique appearance items.For the ultimate in handling, tick the Sport Package plus active four-wheel steering with a firmer suspension.

The G35 sedan is based on the Nissan 350Z and the Infiniti G37 coupe, which are covered in separate NewCarTestDrive.com reviews.
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2008 G35 Overview

The Infiniti G35 is a true sports sedan.It features a powerful V6 engine, a sports suspension, and rear-wheel drive, all marks of sporting sedans.Rear-wheel drive offers handling response that front-wheel drive can't usually match.

There's also an all-wheel-drive model, the G35x, that gives up nothing in handling but adds capability in rainy climes and where winters bring snow.

The G35 was completely redesigned and re-engineered for 2007: New styling gave it a tauter, more buff look but without forfeiting its signature styling cues.The V6 engine was made more powerful and efficient without increasing its size.Inside is a richer, warmer look and feel, with performance-oriented enhancements that add to the driving experience.

The substantially reworked engine invites a heavy right foot, delivering its added power smoothly and strongly right up to the borderline motorcycle-level, 7500-rpm red line.A five-speed automatic transmission with manual mode remains standard across the line.However, the Sport Package kicks it up a notch, offering a choice between a six-speed manual gearbox or an automatic with Formula 1-style magnesium paddle shifters on the steering column.

For 2008, the G35 offers more choices.Most significantly, a Sport Package is now available on all-wheel-drive as well as rear-wheel-drive models.A new 18-inch wheel-and-tire package is available.Option packages have been revised, and an iPod interface is now part of the Premium Package.

Leather upholstery comes standard on all G35s along with a full complement of luxury features.The base sound system is competitive with that in any luxury sedan, while committed audiophiles will find the top-level, Studio On Wheels system from Bose delivers a richer, fuller, more intricate and crisper sound than many mega-buck home stereos.Various other options and packages add dual-zone air automatic conditioning, navigation, and self-adjusting cruise control.The Sport Package provides upgraded wheels, tires, and brakes as well as seriously supportive front seats and unique appearance items.For the ultimate in handling, tick the Sport Package plus active four-wheel steering with a firmer suspension.

The G35 sedan is based on the Nissan 350Z and the Infiniti G37 coupe, which are covered in separate NewCarTestDrive.com reviews.Hide Full Review