Base 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan
2007 INFINITI G35x

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EngineEngine 3.5LV-6
MPGMPG 19 City / 25 Hwy
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2007 G35x Overview

The Infiniti G35 sedan has been remade for 2007.The body of the four-door sedan is updated, giving it a tauter, more buff look but without forfeiting its signature styling cues.Inside, there's a richer, warmer look and feel, with performance-oriented enhancements that add to the driving experience.

The 2007 Infiniti G35 uses rear-wheel drive, a necessity for true sporty handling.But there's also an all-wheel-drive model, the G35x, that gives up none of the handling but adds capability in rainy climes and where winters bring snow.The V6 engine on the 2007 models is more powerful and more efficient than before even though it's the same size.A five-speed automatic transmission with manual mode remains standard across the line.However, the Sport model 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.

G35 buyers choose from four versions: a nicely equipped entry-level model with leather trim and automatic climate control; the Journey model with dual-zone air conditioning, a navigation system, a premium audio system, and a self-adjusting cruise control; the G35x with all-wheel drive; and a revised Sport model with upgraded front seats, active four-wheel steering with variable ratio power steering and a firmer suspension that turns the G35 into a serious sports sedan.

The substantially reworked 2007 engine invites a heavy right foot, delivering its added power smoothly and strongly right up to the borderline motorcycle-level, 7500-rpm red line.The icing on this cake is that estimated fuel economy for the 2007 model is up over the '06, by 1 mile per gallon, at least for those who can resist the implicit urge.

Infiniti didn't forget the people just along for the ride.The base sound system is competitive with that in any luxury sedan.But 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.

When Infiniti first arrived in the U.S., many saw it as Japan's counterpart to Jaguar, much like Lexus was perceived as Japan's answer to Mercedes-Benz.That's changed, at least the part about Infiniti.Clearly, Infiniti has now set its sights on BMW, long touted as the ultimate driving machine.The 2007 G35 sedan is loosening BMW's grip on that crown.

Unlike the sedan, the 2007 G35 coupe carries over unchanged from 2006.It will be redesigned and introduced as a new model for 2008.
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2007 G35x Overview

The Infiniti G35 sedan has been remade for 2007.The body of the four-door sedan is updated, giving it a tauter, more buff look but without forfeiting its signature styling cues.Inside, there's a richer, warmer look and feel, with performance-oriented enhancements that add to the driving experience.

The 2007 Infiniti G35 uses rear-wheel drive, a necessity for true sporty handling.But there's also an all-wheel-drive model, the G35x, that gives up none of the handling but adds capability in rainy climes and where winters bring snow.The V6 engine on the 2007 models is more powerful and more efficient than before even though it's the same size.A five-speed automatic transmission with manual mode remains standard across the line.However, the Sport model 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.

G35 buyers choose from four versions: a nicely equipped entry-level model with leather trim and automatic climate control; the Journey model with dual-zone air conditioning, a navigation system, a premium audio system, and a self-adjusting cruise control; the G35x with all-wheel drive; and a revised Sport model with upgraded front seats, active four-wheel steering with variable ratio power steering and a firmer suspension that turns the G35 into a serious sports sedan.

The substantially reworked 2007 engine invites a heavy right foot, delivering its added power smoothly and strongly right up to the borderline motorcycle-level, 7500-rpm red line.The icing on this cake is that estimated fuel economy for the 2007 model is up over the '06, by 1 mile per gallon, at least for those who can resist the implicit urge.

Infiniti didn't forget the people just along for the ride.The base sound system is competitive with that in any luxury sedan.But 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.

When Infiniti first arrived in the U.S., many saw it as Japan's counterpart to Jaguar, much like Lexus was perceived as Japan's answer to Mercedes-Benz.That's changed, at least the part about Infiniti.Clearly, Infiniti has now set its sights on BMW, long touted as the ultimate driving machine.The 2007 G35 sedan is loosening BMW's grip on that crown.

Unlike the sedan, the 2007 G35 coupe carries over unchanged from 2006.It will be redesigned and introduced as a new model for 2008.Hide Full Review