The Infiniti G20 was a luxury four-door sedan last offered for the 2002 model year. One of the trim level packages, the Touring (or T), last came out as part of the 2001 line. The G20 Touring carried a retail price of $24,095. The G20 Touring featured the same engine as the Luxury version, but had more added features.
The G20 Touring is 177.5 inches long, 66.7 inches wide and 55.1 inches tall. The car weighs 2,950 pounds with a manual transmission and 2,987 pounds with an automatic transmission. The wheelbase measures 102.4 inches and the turning diameter is 37.4 feet. The front track is 55.7 inches and the rear track is 57.3 inches. The car sits six inches off the ground.
The sedan has room for up to five people, two in front and three in back. Its headroom is 39.2 inches in the front seat and 36.8 inches in the back seat. Legroom is 41.5 inches in the front and 34.6 inches in the back. Hip room totals 52.3 inches in the front and 51.9 inches in the back. Shoulder room equals 53.1 inches in the front and 53.2 inches in the back.
The G20 comes with a 2.0 liter I4 engine exclusively and 145 horsepower at 6,000 rpm. Engine torque is 136 pound-feet per 4,800 rpm. The compression ratio is 9.5 to one and the engine displacement is 1,998 cc. The bore and stroke both measure 3.39 inches. The car has a five-speed manual overdrive transmission as standard equipment, though you can pick out a four-speed automatic overdrive transmission version instead.
Fuel and Features
The Infiniti G20 has a 15.9 gallon fuel tank and takes either regular or premium unleaded gasoline. With a manual transmission, the car gets 24 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. The automatic transmission version gets 25 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. The Touring edition has additional features such as a sunroof, leather seats and adjustable power seats.
Infinity G20 Starter Removal
Several components work in concert to start the Infiniti G20. Wiring, relays and the car battery all play a part in the...