Quote, originally posted by th535is » Thats just Nissan's version of the Infiniti G35. I think its sold only in Japan but i'm not positive
Car hasn't been released yet, how could it be sold in Japan? And no, its not the Japanese Skyline (G35 coupe).
Quote, originally posted by the_marcus » Why? It's like a G35 à la Nissan.
Except you probably can get a well equiped 2.5 model for around $20k.
Quote, originally posted by PDing » Car hasn't been released yet, how could it be sold in Japan? And no, its not the Japanese Skyline (G35 coupe).
Pics were taken in --Burbank Ca.---
Edit- not sure abut that. Will check.
Modified by BRealistic at 12:09 PM 10/22/2006
Quote, originally posted by ironside_a »
I've always loved sporty mid-sized coupes...hopefully this can give that market a shot in the arm! It's been kinda dead since the late 90's.
I agree. Though I wish they would have shortened the wheelbase (significantly?). I also think the success of the Accord coupe should have convinced others to join. Mazda really missed out not offering a Mazda6 coupe.
I suppose it shouldn't be a surprise. The best-selling competition in the Altima's segment (Camry/Accord/Impala) all have coupe versions as well (Solara/Accord/Monte Carlo). But still, don't the coupe versions of its competitors sell very poorly compared to the sedans?
Quote, originally posted by christurismohk » So someone from Mustang forum DID saw one of these (info from http://www.freshalloy.com)
I read the thread about a month back when it was posted. The girl is an idiot and doesn't know what a case study suppose to conduct.
I read through the whole mustang thread on that one. I rather keep the rest of the comments to myself.
Quote, originally posted by Oliver@triplezoom » Wow, didn't see that one coming at all. It actually looks quite good. Will be interesting to see these on the roads. It is certainly more attractive, and sporty, than the Solara.
Agreed on all counts.
Next-gen Nissan Skyline (Non GTR) would be my guess.
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Nissan really needs to figure out another coupe profile -- I know family resemblance is good, but this is really close to the Skyline/G35 and considering the Skyline and Altima aren't sold in any of the same markets under the same badge, I think that reflects poorly upon Nissan overall.