1993 Infiniti G20 Base 2.0 from North America
Awesome handling, fun to drive car
- Air conditioning blower resistor went (air doesn't work from 1-3, only 4), but I have found out how to fix that myself for $20 from www.se-r.net
- LCD on the radio died.
- Internal trunk release cable broke.
- CV joints needed to be replaced at 60,000 miles.
Awesome car, handles beautifully and is running well, despite being almost 9 years old. The handling is beautiful as well.
Gas mileage is pretty good, and acceleration is decent. It's only got 140 HP, a few more would be nice, but since it's not 100% my car (share it with my mom), I'm not investing money into it to make it faster.
It's the first car I've driven, and compared to other vehicles I've driven, it's pretty superior in terms on handling. Very reliable too, I drive the car very hard, and manual shift the auto tranny all the time, and the car is holding up to my driving :)
I had a minor accident where I backed into another car at like 15-20 MPH... the G20 took a bunch of damage to bumper and door panels. The other car was unharmed =(
The interior isn't the largest cabin, but the seats and designed well, and are significantly more ergonomic than my dad's 1999 Accord.
Also, I've run into many situations where I've had the ABS kick in, and they work very well. Overall, the car is very fun to drive.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 11th January, 2002