My girlfriend wants one, and damn I would by one for myself it they had more HP. Heres two G35 that she found on yahoo auto. I think the deal is fake or something is wrong with the cars, both deal are priced about 18,000 to 20,000 dollars less then they should be.
What do you guys think? and how good are these cars?
10k? I think that is B.S. They are really nice cars though, I like them a lot. Just be sure to get the coupe, otherwise I dont think they look that good. But definitely shop some where else for a G35, because that price is to good to be true.
My and my uncle both have Q45's and those ******* run forever.... my uncles has over 400K miles on it and still runs fine... but yeah the G35 is a sweet looking car. there is nothing hotter than a woman in a 40K 2 door !
Nice looking cars and they run good. I dated a girl with one and it kept blowing speakers. Then the doors rattled because the techs at the dealership didn't replace the panels correctly. In reality, they are just a luxury Nissan. Similar to buying a Tahoe vs. an Escalade. The auto manufacturers find a way to make you dig deeper in your wallet.
edit: I would buy a Altima or Maxima for a driver. Driven both and they are nice.
Uncle ownes one. Had the opportunity to take it out, and they are fun to drive. Not the low end torque LS1 owners are used to, but they handle like go-karts. I could weave in and out of highway traffic at 80 mph (if I wanted to :-)). The are really tight handlers and once you get them in the higher RPM's, are fun to play with. But you are paying for luxury over speed.
I like them. I prefer a g35 more then the z. I like the looks better. If the price sounds too good to be true, make sure you run a carfax and know everything about the car before you buy it. Might have been in a wreck or something. Good luck.
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I can understand wanting the stang gone but just out of curiousity why get rid of the either of them?
Premium costs too much--and I rarely drive the WS6 (work parking lot was too small to comfortably park the car--now I work nights tho), which has less than 11K miles on it. Neither of the cars are under warranty now, and I don't want to be stuck with the expenses should something need to be replaced.
The SO got rid of his Z28 for a new Acura RSX because he needed something that would get better gas mileage in bumper-to-bumper traffic and that didn't need work done on it (out of warranty).
I love the car--but I want something a little smaller. One of my coworkers just got a 350Z, another is thinking about picking up another Corvette. We're all into nice cars, but I need something a little bit more practical. Payments and insurance aren't an issue, and I have a nice chunk of OT in every paycheck (the joys of being a full-time, yet hourly, computer profession) along with all my differential. Going to drive the Mustang for the next couple months (which is what I do anyway) and then look at getting a new car.
I don't race either car, and I don't have the time to detail them since I'm more keen on spending time with family and friends nowadays than my cars.