Icecube.....I totally understand your decision making and of course with the very little activity we get on this forum, I for one am sorry to see you go. I absolutely agree that once reliability becomes an issue with any car, it's time to move on. It is somewhat unusual for our Infiniti, the EX and/ or the G35 or the G37 to have reliability issues, but it can happen as they age. Yes, you probably are going to get a little flak going with a European car as they can be even more laden with reliability and expense issues. However, we wish you the best and hope you enjoy your new ride. Stop by when you get bored and let us know how you are doing. The best of luck to you....CDNicecube wrote: ↑Sat Apr 13, 2019 4:34 pmHi all
I have to say goodbye to all of you fellow EX-ers; I’ve been quiet for a while but lurking here when I had a few free minutes. What happened is I had to sell my 2010 EX35 as it was getting old and I needed something slightly more refine for my old bones, so I went with a Audi. Yes, I know about the German cars’ reliability issues, but my ex35 has not been the most reliable of late: I had to change my fuel pump 3 times now - ob]ver 6 years, due to some odd “crank but no start” symptoms, and it got my boy stranded at 1am I’m a strange part of town; I just was no longer trusting it, nor certain it would hold up must longer.
I learn a lot about the EX35 engineering over the last 8 years. Learned a lot from you as well and for that, thank you all.
I might come back to Infiniti in the future ! Cheers!