2007 Infiniti G35 sedan pricing now available

By Joel Arellano | October 31, 2006
Paragraphimage NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October, 2006) – Infiniti has announced pricing on the all-new, second-generation 2007 Infiniti G35 Sports Sedan, which is on salelast weekat Infiniti retailers nationwide. The 2007 G Sedan offers new exterior and interior designs, a more powerful standard 3.5-liter V6 engine now rated at 306 horsepower, a refined suspension design and a number of new standard luxury amenities – yet the base price remains exactly the same as the 2006 Infiniti G35 Sedan base model. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the all-new 2007 Infiniti G35 starts at $31,450 for the rear-wheel drive V6-powered Infiniti G35 with 5-speed automatic; $31,900 for the Infiniti G35 Journey model with 5-speed automatic; $33,950 for the all-wheel drive Infiniti G35x AWD with 5-speed automatic transmission and Infiniti Intelligent All-Wheel Drive; $32,250 for the Infiniti G35 Sport 6MT equipped with a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission; and $33,450 for the Infiniti G35 Sport, featuring a 5-speed automatic transmission with solid magnesium paddle shifters. The 2007 G35 Journey model with the optional Premium Package, which is projected as the most popular model/trim combination, is priced $700 less than the comparable 2006 model and includes the Infiniti Studio on Wheels by Bose® Premium Audio System, 10-way power driver’s seat, Bi-Xenon headlights, and Intelligent Key with Push Button Start – features that were not available on the 2006 model. “This all-new 2007 Infiniti G35 Sedan adds the features our customers want, along with enhanced performance, technology and interior warmth – all wrapped in a stunning new exterior design.” said Mark Igo, vice president and general manager, Infiniti. “The all-new G35 is an even greater consumer value than the first generation G, which is saying a lot.” Available packages for the 2007 Infiniti G35 Sedan include Premium Package, Technology Package, 4-Wheel Active Steer package, 18-inch Performance Tire and Wheel package, and Infiniti Navigation Package with touch screen, voice recognition, XM® NavTraffic™ with real-time traffic information and a 9.6 gigabyte Music Hard Drive. Options for the 2007 Infiniti G35 Sedan include Satellite Radio (choice of XM® or Sirius), Sunroof, Rear Spoiler, and genuine African Rosewood Trim. Pricing, specifications and option information can be found at http://www.infiniti.com/g_sedan/models.html. About the 2007 G35 Sedan The 2007 G35 Sedan receives an enhanced version of the award-winning VQ V6 engine series. Now entering its fourth generation, the new VQ35 3.5-liter V6 boasts a redesign of approximately 80% of its major parts. It now produces 306 horsepower and 268 lb-ft of torque. The new engine tuning strategy provides “Acceleration Swell,” which produces a more refined balance of quick acceleration that builds continuously to the engine’s horsepower peak for enhanced performance driving pleasure. The 2007 G35 is built on an enhanced second-generation FM (Front Mid-ship) platform that positions the engine behind the front axle, allowing for an optimum front-to-rear weight balance that, along with the G’s long wheelbase and wider front and rear track, adds to its overall handling stability. The first-ever Infiniti 4-Wheel Active Steer system – optional on G35 Sport and G35 Sport 6MT – combines Infiniti’s Rear Active Steer with an all-new front active steer system which can vary the steering ratio based on vehicle dynamics. The 2007 G35 Sedan’s interior and exterior styling has evolved, combining modern warmth and traditional Japanese design cues to distinguish the G’s luxury and performance attributes. The exterior is highlighted by the G’s long, wave-like hood, pushed back A-pillars and athletic stance. Paragraphimage The interior is designed to create a harmony between its dedicated driver’s cockpit and comfortable passenger space. The cabin features an available audiophile-quality Infiniti Studio on Wheels by Bose® Premium Audio System. Developed in conjunction with Bose, the system achieves its superior sound balance by placing 10-inch woofers in each of the front doors and incorporating double oversampling 24-bit 96Khz Burr Brownâ Digital-to-analog Converters. Sport models now feature front seat thigh extensions and power-adjustable torso and thigh bolsters for ultimate driver comfort and support. The 2007 G35 Sedan remains a showcase for Infiniti’s technology and engineering leadership with the available advanced technologies that include RearView Monitor, touch-screen, Infiniti Navigation System with voice recognition, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) with Preview Braking, Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS), Infiniti’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system - ATTESA E-TS (Advanced Total Traction Engineering System for All Electronic Torque Split) - and 4-Wheel Active Steer. Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition comes standard on all 2007 G35 Sedan models. Via Infiniti Paragraphimage
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13 comments
autodo
autodo

It's a better car than old one. I like this one.

jarellano
jarellano

Big Lar, I'm a fairly large guy, too (6', 220 pounds) and I agree with Ron: I was able to fit, height-wise, in the G but it's a bit tight with-wise.

mkaresh
mkaresh

You can get AWD in the M35. Acceleration is still pretty good, the M45 doesn't have that much more power. The M doesn't feel as agile, though. I still need to drive a G35 Sport, they only had the AWD available when I went by there. I've very interested in seeing how reliable the new G is--my site will have initial results based on our survey research in May. http://www.truedelta.com/reliability.php

ron69mets
ron69mets

HEY BIG LAR, WELL THE NAME FITS FOR SURE . AS I VE SAID B 4 IM 6 3 AND A HALF (LOL) AND WEIGH 230 AT THE MOST I GO UP 2 245 AND I FIT GOOD IN THE G BUT WIDTH WIDE ITS A BIT TIGHT MY FRIEND BUT COMFORTABLE . Y NOT GO TO YOUR LOCAL DEALER AND GO FOR A TEST DRIVE NOT JUST SIT IN IT . ITS A BIG DIFFERENCE I ALMOST GOT THE LEXUS IS FROM JUST SITTING IN IT BUT MY WIFE MADE ME GO FOR A TEST DRIVE AND I FELT VERY CRAMPED UP AFTER A FEW MINUTES . SO 4 GET THAT CAR HERE IN NY RUSH HOUR AND B SIDES THE G IS A BETTER CAR BY FAR. JUST DONT HAVE LEXUS SERIOUSLY ASS SWEET INTERIOR .

biglar
biglar

Hey, I'm considering the G35x. I'm afraid the G might be too small, but don't want to get the M45 - it's really boring looking and I'd prefer AWD. I'm a big guy, 6'3", 280lb.+. Thoughts?

ron69mets
ron69mets

HEY . I HAVENT GOT MY G B CAUSE THE LOVELY WIFE DECIDED TO RUN HER CAR INTO A WALL . NO INJURIES BUT HER MATRIX IS CYA. TOTALLY DESTROYED. SO I HAD TO GET HER A NEW CAR B ACUSE SHE HAS 2 DRIVE TO WORK AND WE GOT THE INFINITI FX35 . GREAT CAR. SO NOW ILL GET THE G IN THE SUMMER ( JUNE) . DADDY WARBUCKS IM NOT.

jarellano
jarellano

Let us know how the new G work's out, Ron.

azhitman
azhitman

Ron - When you pick up your new G, pop in at www.G35club.org and let us know how it is!!! Lexus is great for old men on their way to a golf game, but the Infiniti has a SOUL!!!

jarellano
jarellano

ford and toyota? nah. may share technology but that's about the extent of it.

ron69mets
ron69mets

NO I HAVENT BOUGHT IT YET BUT BUT I WILL IN FEBRUARY . I TRIED THE NEW LEXUS GS 350 AWD BIGGER ENGINE AND IT STILL SUCKED COMPARED TO THE G . SO IM SADDEN B CAUSE I ALWAYS WANTED A LEXUS AND I LOVE THAT RED WALNUT ACCENT (SWEET LOOKING) BUT I HERE THEY MAY MERGE WITH FORD . NO WAY I LIKE THAT AND TOYOTA HAVE SO MANY TRANNY PROB. LIKE MY 2002 TOYOTA CAMRY SE . HAD TO GET A NEW TRANNY AT 68000 MILES

jarellano
jarellano

6'4" and 230 lbs? Awesome! Did you buy it?

ron69mets
ron69mets

TEST DROVE THIS PUPPY AND IT WAS SO AWESOME. HANDLE LIKE A DREAM AWESOME POWER. LOVE IT .PLENTY OF ROOM FOR ME 6-4 230 LBS. GREAT CAR BEAT THE LEXUS AWD GS WHICH RODE HARD AND NO ZIP.

jarellano
jarellano

it's a stunning car. i'd get this rather than a 3-series

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