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At Infiniti Parts, we sell OEM Infiniti G20 Parts and ONLY Factory G20 Parts. The G20 Parts you see within Infiniti Parts are all guaranteed to be 100% original Infiniti-made auto parts. When you buy from Infiniti Parts USA you are receiving the same exact Infiniti G20 Parts you would purchase from your local Infiniti dealership. All of our Infiniti parts come with a 12 month warranty AND satisfaction guaranteed!

2002 G20 Front pipe 2001 G20 Front pipe 2000 G20 Front pipe
(Item 1) 2002 G20 Front pipe
Our Price: $253.11
NOTE: Does not include seal.
(Item 1) 2001 G20 Front pipe
Our Price: $253.11
NOTE: Does not include seal.
(Item 1) 2000 G20 Front pipe
Our Price: $253.11
NOTE: Does not include seal.
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The Infiniti G20

The Infiniti G20 was Infiniti's entry-level luxury car in the United States during most of the 1990s and into the 2000s. Similar to the Japanese/European market Nissan Primera sedan, the G20 offered higher levels of standard equipment. It was launched in 1991 as Infiniti's first small car as an entry-level alternative to the Q45; later advertisements emphasized its European heritage with the tag line "Born in Japan. Educated in Europe. Now Available in America." Two generations of the G20 exist in the United States, the HP10 (P10), built from 1991 to 1996, and the HP11 (P11), built from 1999 to 2002. All G20s were front-wheel drive and were built in Oppama, Japan.

The first 1991 G20 was completed on July 10, 1990. The final 1996 G20 was completed on July 19, 1996. The P10 featured the first application of Nissan's multi-link front suspension in a front-wheel-drive car, with an independent MacPherson strut setup in the rear. It came standard with a 5-speed manual transmission. The only options to begin with were an automatic transmission, leather interior, and a power glass moonroof; a Touring package (labeled G20t) was introduced in 1994 and featured a black leather interior with sport front bucket seats and fold-down rear seats, as well as a limited-slip differential in the transmission and a spoiler on the rear decklid.