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A G35 is one of, if not the best car you can buy right now. Hands down. The last motor trend that came out actually had the G35 come out better on performance than the Nissan 350Z. Infiniti's are knocking everyone else dead right now in every category that they make a car in. The G35 is one of the only new cars I would gladly spend 35k+ on and feel zero guilt. It is worth every penny.
i have been working for infiniti for 3 years and have to say G35s are the best buy for the buck.the only thing is the 03 and 04 G35s is that the brakes front and rear can wear out quickly depending on driving habits.03 and 04 G35s come with a 3 year 36,000 mile brake plan program.
My 04 G35 has been very reliable. The only issue I've had on it was the rear axle clicking. But that is a known service bulletin, and they were able to fix it within a day under warranty (and they give you a loaner). The tires also wear relatively fast, but that's not uncommon within the sports car segment. As far as brakes, my Brembos have lasted 19000 miles with no problems.
As far as Nissan not having a good reliability rating, it's the US made cars that have trouble (the Large Infiniti SUV and the Titan, etc.). The Japanese built Nissans, which the G35 is one of, have stellar reliabilty. Nissan had some growing pains when they first opened up their US plants.