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Been a lurking for a little while so thought I'd relent and actually post something.   I have 2 Z33's at the moment, an 03 Version S import and another import being meticulously prepped after passing

Hello all, I am a newbie having just bought an Infiniti G37 Looking forward to learning from fellow owners

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Definitely :( :( Good to 'see' you again ... trust all is well? You've just reminded me ... you will have PM shortly :)

 

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Aging potential Z buyer here. Worried about dealer service reputation, back axle issues, etc etc. Fairly high mileage driver looking to come out of a company car scheme.

 

Advantage? I live in West Wales so a good mix of A, B Roads and motorways.

 

Smiles per miles the prioirty but need relaiblility. Bored with the Germans and don't fancy the RX8!

 

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Hi Trig - No back axle problems of any consequence, but the smiles per mile are immense. Generally reliable too - I'd keep looking if I were you mate.

 

Dealers are a mixed bunch - some quite poor, it must be said.

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back axle is an easy fix - if its under warranty its a free fix.

 

Look at my buyers guide for tips on issues that could get you money off (link under my sig pic) - and paintchips on the bumper are a good thing to spot.

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Welcome PhilP - as Martin says, you've posted on the world's worst day - the forum is completely topsy turvy while the upgrade is in progress - but post pics anyway, if you're an owner.

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