A strong competitor to other mid-scale automatic luxury cars, the release of the i35 in 2000 married impressive performance, a stable Infiniti i35 suspension system and styling that would make the finest designer proud. In line with Infiniti's proud heritage of engineering, the upgrade from the Infiniti i30 to the i35 came with a proportional increase in the engine from 3 to 3.5 liters. While the displacement capacity improved, the car can still benefit from a variety of upgraded suspension components to ensure it runs smoothly out of the blocks from day one.
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Reviewed By hayden S (Mansfield, OH)
—9/17/2014 3:49 AM
I run a small farm and having an air system handy outside the shop is a great thing. My only complaint was that the air chuck is hard plumbed onto the air hose. But I fixed that for a few dollars more.
Strong enough to hold its own against competitors that prefer 3-letter acronyms, upgrading your i35 sports suspension system with new shocks and steering components can save you thousands. Combined with free shipping and a low price guarantee, we offer an unparalleled selection of new Infiniti i35 suspension parts. With better prices, free shipping and a wide selection of quality accessories, upgrading your i35 suspension can take your vehicle to new heights (or freeways). Closely related to the Nissan Maxima, upgraded i35 shocks hold up quite well on urban streets, as well as on unpaved roads - upgrading to high end, performance Infiniti shocks that are up to date can ensure that the drive is smooth no matter how delayed national highway repairs might be.
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