16. Infiniti G35 Coupe
The corporate cousin of the 350Z is also an avoidable sports car. The G35 had the basic underpinnings of the 350Z but Nissan incorporated a backseat into it. Long-term, the G35 would end up having a good deal of reliability issues. The intake manifold on these cars was known to fail and there were also issues with the automatic transmission. Another common problem is traction control acting up. The car has a lot of benefits to it, but the G35 just isn’t worth holding onto. The later years for the car involved subtle upgrades to the interior and exterior.
If you are planning on keeping the G35, in a car collection that might be a good choice. But if you are planning on driving it, the G35 is going to be a costly investment. The maintenance on this car can be expensive.