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Infiniti G25 Hits Dealers In China

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We have been wondering for quite some time about an Infiniti entry-level sedan and they finally got around to making one, just not here.

Images of the Infiniti G25 have begun to surface on the Chinese website, Autohome and the shots show the car on the showroom floor of a Chinese dealerships. You can also have this car in certain areas in Russia.

Under the hood of the G25 is a 2.5-liter V6 that creates around 232 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque. We would like to see a little more torque if this car does come to our shores.

Reports have indicated that the G25 will be heading to the United States, but we don’t have official word if that will be the case or not. It seems logical though, as the Japanese automaker would need this car to compete with the BMW 328i and the Lexus IS250 .

Stay tuned to find out more on the G25.

Source: Autohome

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9 comments:

LeezyKing, Are you kidding? I cannot imagine a copy-cat version on the streets. It’ll be confusing.

Reports said that it will be also distributed to Russia, but do you have any news whether this unit will reach North America? I have seen the photos, and its similar to Sedan.

China? Make sure they won’t release a copy-cat version of this brand or else it’ll become a big problem on the sales market.

The Sonata is getting over 250 HP from a 2.0 liter with a turbocharger !
Nissan should be able to do it too.

All cars have the same and often big differences that’s what makes car a veruy great thing to collect.

Fortunately, this gorgeous car has something that others don’t have, and it would be one of the reasons to love this car. I’m sure this lovely
car will totally hit the market.

Car competition worldwide are erratic, you can win at this moment but the next day you’ll end up down below.

Those are pretty decent numbers for a 2.5L engine, esp with a 7A to keep the engine in the power band. I think it fits well in the mix - about a 100hp difference between the 2.5 and 3.7L is enough to stratify the lineup.

Those are pretty decent numbers for a 2.5L engine, esp with a 7A to keep the engine in the power band. I think it fits well in the mix - about a 100hp difference between the 2.5 and 3.7L is enough to stratify the lineup

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