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2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe With Sport Package on 2040-cars

Year:2005 Mileage:93790
Location:

Burgess, Virginia, United States

Burgess, Virginia, United States

Infiniti G35 Coupe with the SPORT PACKAGE and over $2000 in extra's. ALSO COMES WITH ALL STOCK PARTS INCLUDING STOCK GRILLE, INTAKE, AND MUFFLER. ACCIDENT FREE and RUST FREE. Very smooth driving car. Never driven hard. Excellent Condition. No tears on seats which is a common problem with these cars. Oil changed with Mobil 1 Synthetic Performance Oil every 3k miles, and garage kept.

Some of this cars options include:

-Forged alloy wheels
-HID headlights
-Bose audio system
-Homelink system
-Intermittent wipers
-Lighted vanity mirror
-Infiniti carpeted floor mats
-Heated seats
-Dual Powered Seats
-Navigation
-4 wheels disc brakes
-Rear spoiler
-Sun roof etc...

Some of the extra's include:

-AEM Cold Air Intake
-Dynomax Raptor Exhaust System
-Billet Grille
-Front clear corner running lights
-Wiring to hook up a subwoofer
-High performance Kumho Ecsta tires with about 95% tread

Be the third owner of this great car! If you have any questions or concerns please ask. You won't be disappointed! Thanks! 804-436-7454 call or text

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Auto blog

Infiniti to get Leaf-based electric sedan after all

Thu, 31 Jul 2014 17:45:00 EST

Infiniti suffered a huge blow a few weeks ago when CEO Johan de Nysschen jumped ship after two years on the job to take the helm at Cadillac. As boss, he spearheaded change within the Japanese luxury brand and was among the biggest champions of the Q50 Eau Rouge. However, the company is far from sunk. Plans put in place prior to de Nysschen leaving are still on the table, according to Nissan product planner Andy Palmer to Automotive News, and that could mean a rosy future for the once AWOL LE sedan (pictured above) and other models.
Back in 2012, Infiniti promised that it would have the LE on the market as a premium electric sedan by 2014. It was supposed to share the battery pack with the Nissan Leaf but with a more powerful, 134-horsepower motor. But have you seen one on the road recently? The luxury EV was eventually shelved, but de Nysschen pledged the idea wasn't dead. Maybe now is a better time for it. According to Automotive News, the LE is rescheduled to launch in 2017 or 2018. The latest version would use the Leaf platform but with a more potent, next-gen battery to give it a range over 90 miles.
Of course, the LE isn't the only thing on the way from Infiniti; it also appears to be planning a two-pronged approach for small cars. Palmer recently tweeted that the company would build the forthcoming Q30 hatchback and QX30 crossover in the UK in 2015. Additionally, the automaker is firing up a new joint venture factory in Mexico with Mercedes-Benz; building compact models there starting in 2017. According Automotive News, the Mexican-built models will be more US-focused while the UK-built ones will appeal more to Europeans.

2014 Infiniti Q50S

Mon, 03 Feb 2014 11:57:00 EST

Ten years ago, nearly to the day, I took delivery of a brand-new 2004 Infiniti G35 6MT. The sporty rear-wheel drive sedan, equipped with its throaty 260-horsepower V6, slick manual gearbox and limited-slip differential replaced my 2001 BMW 330i because the Japanese competitor touted a product that was roomier, better equipped, quicker and lower priced. The G35 trumped the German in nearly every measurable category - at least on paper.
The 2014 Infiniti Q50 is the direct descendant, albeit two generations later, of the car I owned a decade ago. It is dimensionally about the same size, but it has gained more than 300 pounds of mass thanks to numerous safety upgrades and technical innovations. The additional weight is largely dismissed by a larger and more efficient powerplant that delivers an additional 68 horsepower, a welcome arrival, but the manual gearbox that charmed enthusiasts has been pushed out of the picture by a mandatory seven-speed automatic transmission.
As it has in the past, Infiniti touts its all-new Q50 as a luxury sport sedan worthy of the title. Decades ago, impressive performance statistics may have sealed the deal. Yet there is much more to the assignment today, as the model must offer premium appointments, sophistication and engaging driving dynamics if it's going to entice and capture the next-generation of young, premium buyers - much like the G35 did for me ten years ago.

Cadillac CT6 ushers in new naming convention

Wed, 24 Sep 2014 16:49:00 EST

Johan de Nysschen has been at his new post as president of Cadillac for not even three months , but he's already seen two of his most notable accomplishments from his two-year tenure as president of Infiniti matched by Cadillac. The brand has announced that it is relocating its headquarters, and is now officially changing its nomenclature.
The brand's new flagship model will abandon the familiar three-letter designation enjoyed by every other model in the range (aside from the Escalade), and adopt an alpha-numeric title. So, rather than the expected title of LTS, Cadillac's top-end car will be called the CT6.
Of course, this won't be limited to just one model. According to Cadillac's press release, "familiar lettering like 'CT' would be used for car models, with the number indicating the relative size and position of the cars in the hierarchy of Cadillac models." And yes, that means what you think it means - Cadillac will use the exact same naming formula, albeit with different letters, as Infiniti.