Radiator.com Offers Stock and Aftermarket Radiators for the Infiniti G35
Infiniti broke free from its reputation as a conservative, boring car manufacturer in 2003 with the introduction of the Infiniti G35 sedan and coupe. Although it was a continuation of the G-series, it didn’t resemble the boxy, slower G20 sedans of previous years. The 2003 model was based on the same platform as the Nissan 350Z coupe. The G35 wowed consumers and the media with its rounded, sloping headlights, rear-wheel drive, and V6 engine. The 2003 G35 won Motor Trend’s Car of the Year, and it was nominated for the North American Car of the Year.
In 2004 and 2005, both the sedan and coupe got a makeover. Interior trim was upgraded from fake tinted trim to real aluminum. Gauges were brighter with better backlighting. Starting in 2005, the G35 got better brakes with larger discs and better calipers, which eliminated the premature wear of previous models. Outside the car, new headlights and taillights eliminated some of the curves of the G35.
The sedan ceased production in 2006 in favor of the redesigned 2007 G37 sedan. The two-door model changed to the G37 coupe beginning in the 2008 model year.
Early models of the Infiniti G37 start to have problems with the radiator overheating. Some common complaints from owners include leaking hoses and cracked radiators. If you experience any of these problems, then you will need to replace your radiator.
Many radiator shops offer stock and aftermarket radiators for sale. If you want to install your radiator yourself, then Radiator.com will ship your new radiator quickly from one of our warehouses. We offer a number of aftermarket radiators for your G35. If you are unsure about replacing the radiator yourself, we can help you. We’ll contact one of our many service centers and make an appointment. We’ll even handle billing over the phone. Don’t risk damaging your Infiniti with a bad radiator.