This is the sedan version of Infiniti's G35.
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Seats in the G35 are covered with fine-quality leather.
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An LCD comes standard in the G35, whether navigation is present or not.
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Redundant audio controls sit on the left spoke of the steering wheel.
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A Bose subwoofer is mounted on the rear deck of the G35.
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Audio and video auxiliary jacks sit in the center console, convenient for an MP3 player or a video source.
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The big, red S on the trunk lid stands for Sport.
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The six-speed manual transmission helps give this car its high-performance character.
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The G35 is powered by a 3.5-liter V-6, which puts out 306 horsepower.
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High-quality materials and nicely placed controls, not to mention the analog clock, give the interior of the G35 a sense of refinement.
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The G35's six-disc changer reads both MP3- and WMA-formatted music.
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The LCD shows what voice commands are available when using the Bluetooth cell phone system.
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Although useful for monitoring fuel economy, it's difficult to get good news from this screen.
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High-intensity discharge headlights book-end the four-blade grille.
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The curved roofline flows down toward the trunk, emphasizing the car's long nose.
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