Unfortunately, the J30’s width of 69.7 inches and a full-size driveshaft tunnel diminished interior room, resulting in a tight back seat for three adults. Those up front found supportive seats and quality materials.
Marketed as a sporty four-door with an impressive list of standard equipment, the $36,000-base priced J30 used a DOHC 3.0-liter/210-horsepower V-6 mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. Options included a “t” (or touring) package, including upgraded tires on custom alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, stiffer spring rates, HICAS four-wheel steering, and a smaller anti-roll bar diameter.
‘s new G35 isn’t the marque’s first venture into the rear-drive midsize midluxury-sedan marketplace. A decade ago, there was the J30, a round-rumped, nicely built entry that attempted to go head to head against segment sales leaders like ‘ ES 300 and ‘s Legend.
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