About Infiniti G20
The Infiniti G20 is the first generation of the Infiniti G-series models. The 4-door sedan was produced and marketed by the luxury division of Nissan, Infiniti. It was built on the basis of the Nissan Primera model and was the company's first entry-level luxury car for the American market. The selling of the model started in 1990 and ended in 2002. The G20 had a short break for the years 1997 and 1998 when it had an update for the structure and parts. The G20 itself had together 2 generations, the HP10 from 1990 to 1996 and the HP11 from 1998 to 2002. Its predecessor, the Nissan Primera, was designed for the European country. This fact allowed the company to propagate the model with the slogan "Born in Japan. Educated in Europe, Now Available in America." To be manufactured in a front-wheel-drive layout, the G20 assembly lines were located at the Oppama Plant in Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan.
The Infiniti G20 had Mamoru Aoki as its designer. The model was first revealed to only Infiniti dealers at the 1989 New York International Auto Show. It had its public debut a year later at the same show. The G20 was the first automobile model to have the application of Nissan's multi-link front suspension as standard parts. The engine parts were offered with a 2.0L inline 4-cylinder SR20DE engine that could produce 140 horsepower together with a 5-speed manual transmission. Later updates offered the transmission with more choices including a limited-slip differential. The interior parts of the Infiniti G20 were upgraded several times. Customers could choose from a body-colored side molding or a black-leather style for all available parts. Optional packages allowed the dealers to add a spoiler to their rear decklids and sports front bucket seats and fold-down rear seats for passengers.
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In 1998, the second generation of the Infiniti G20 was revealed after resting two years for the upgrade. The new generation adopted a multi-link beam rear suspension that had its inspiration from the Nissan Maxima. The independent multi-link strut front suspension from the first generation was still kept in use. The engine parts were upgraded in 1999 with a new 2.0L inline 4-cylinder engine that could provide 5 horsepower more than the previous one. Both engines were in the same type but the latter one was a roller rocker variant version. The interior room was extended due to the model's growth in size. The rear-seat passengers were provided with more legroom during the ride.