Infiniti G. Basking in the winter sun

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The Infiniti G35 is a car that I have a lot of respect for. It’s front engined rear wheel drive platform, matched with a 300hp+ V6 motor makes for a very affordable (in context) mid sized saloon with a fair bit of punch. Having gone heads-up with one a couple of weeks ago I can also vouch for the fact they don’t half hustle. Now dress it up with a nice set of a rims and a stance job and they don’t look too bad either. Promising so far!

Fingers crossed we can arrange to get behind the wheel of one soon and give you more of an insight into Nissans attempt at the Euro Lux saloon segment.

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