Luxury-wise, Infiniti is one brand that should not be dismissed outright. Infiniti yet again flexes its muscle in the upscale sedan segment. This is the second time that the Infiniti G35 managed to top its segment, the first time in 2007.
One of the highest-rated sedans we’ve tested, the G35 succesfully blends sportiness and luxury to offer an inviting overall package, says Consumer Reports.
In terms of safety, the Infiniti G35 is well-equipped with functional and helpful features. For example, the G35 is equipped with the Advanced Air Bag System. This system includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and the occupant-classification sensor that can adjust their inflation rate depending on crash severity and seat belt usage.
The G35 that is available now in the market is available in two-door or four door sedan. The two-door or the coupe in available in one trim while the sedan is available in five trims- the base, Journey x AWD, Sport and Sport 6 MT. The sedan version of the G35 was redesigned in 2007. Both the coupe and the sedan are equipped with the 3.5L V6 engine. Power on the V6-powered sedan can reach up to 306 horsepower while the coupe that is equipped with the standard five-speed automatic can net 275 horsepower. All the five sedan trims are equipped with a five-speed automatic, except the Sport 6MT that features a six-speed manual.
Other than these standard specs and features, the G35 is packed with other safety features as well that can be checked here.