How reliable is a 2007/8 Infiniti G35?
I am think of buying a used 2007/8 Infiniti G35 since they are not very expensive to get however I m a little concerned about its reLiability as it s a luxury car and those tend to be expensive to reapir. I ve looked online without success. Is the car reliable or I m better off buying another one?
- Anonymous1 year agoFavorite Answer
Lets just look at common repair costs if you can't work on it yourself...
Average oil change $80-$110
Front or rear brakes and rotors - $500 per pair
Leaking valve cover repair - $400
Front strut replacement - $450
Rear shock replacement - $400
Clutch replacement - $1200
Radiator Replacement - $450 - $950
CV Axle Shafts - $360 each
Automatic Transmission Rebuild - $2800 - $3800
Lower control arm bushing replacement - $800 per side (common)
Timing chain tensioner - $1000
Exhaust replacement - $1200
Headlight bulb replacement - $320 each
Camshaft sensor replacement - $300
Window motors - $300
Windshield Replacement - $300-$600
Fuel pump replacement - $600
- WindowphobeLv 71 year ago
I have an Infiniti with about 176k miles. Things seldom break, but they're pricey when they do. (Replacing the right-side mirror was nearly $700.) The local dealer will do the standard oil change for around $50.
- 1 year ago
Hi so as this particular make is actually a off shoot of another make intros case i believe it's a Honda or a Nissan. so as to days cars are designed to last just 7 years. it matters not what make it is the same rules apply. so a 10 year old car is not going to reliable. add to this the original warranty period was usually 3 years then it is logical that a this car is not going to be reliable hence the low retail cost of secondhand cars is going to be low.
- Anonymous1 year ago
1st of all, buying any vehicle that's 10 years old will = it needing work just to be roadworthy; 2nd - the insurance will be higher than a non "luxury" vehicle; 3rd - look at the edmunds.com site for reviews of almost any vehicle