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1995 Infiniti G20 Review
An entry into luxury.
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The 1995 Infiniti G20 is an extremely reliable sedan. The Touring model offers a little extra in terms of styling and interior features. Since it is an entry-level sedan, it is not as loaded as other Infiniti models, but it does offer basic luxuries like air-conditioning and electronic windows. Gas mileage and price point make it an affordable choices in the short term and long term. Overall, it is extremely superbly built and made to last with low amounts of maintenance.
Engines: 2.0-liter four-cylinder
Transmissions: four-speed automatic, five-speed manual
Models: Infiniti G20, Infiniti G20 Touring
The 1995 Infiniti G20 changes its all-season tires for better traction and control.
There are over nine color options for the 1995 Infiniti G20, which includes Arctic White Pearl Metallic, Black Emerald Pearl Metallic, and Starfire Blue Pearl Metallic. The Touring trim comes standard with a rear spoiler, which isn't even available as an option for the base model. The Touring also comes with fog lights, which also aren't available on the base model. Both trims come standard with tinted windows to reduce heat, intermittent windshield wipers, and a power antenna. It rides on 14-inch alloy wheels. Wheelbase measures at 100.4 inches, and overall length is 174 inches.
The 1995 Infiniti G20's interior comes with 32.2 inches of rear legroom. The base trim comes with cloth seating, but the Touring trim comes with leather. The base can have the seating updated to leather as well. It comes fully loaded with power driver and passenger seats, power moonroof, and heated mirrors. All of these are available options for the base model. Other standard features include air-conditioning, power windows, power locks, and an AM/FM/CD audio system. Lighted entry is also standard fare. Cruise control options help give the driver's feet some rest.
Performance & Handling
The 1995 Infiniti G20 comes with a 140-hp, 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine that produces 132 lb-ft of torque. Power brakes and steering make the Infiniti extremely responsive to the driver. The anti-lock brakes help with stopping in inclement conditions. Four-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmissions are available. Cruise control makes longer trips less exhausting on the driver. The Touring trim comes with a limited slip differential to limit wheel slippage. Performance is reduced when equipped with an optional four-speed automatic transmission.
The 1995 Infiniti G20 comes standard with airbags for the driver and passenger. Also standard is a four-wheel anti-lock brake system for impressive stopping ability. An anti-theft alarm system is also included to help protect the Infiniti from theft. The Touring trim also comes with fog lights for increased visibility on the road.
EPA Fuel Economy
- Fuel economy
- Standard features
- Touring is loaded
You Won't Like
- No engine choices
- No crash tests conducted
- Low power when coupled with automatic transmission
An entry into luxury.
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