The 2002 Infiniti G20's shape is similar to the Nissan Sentra while the compact dimensions are almost exact. The four-door sedan sits on a 102.4-inch wheelbase, measuring 177.5 inches long with the body at 66.7 inches wide, and it stands approximately 55.1 inches high. Some of the exterior standard features include a rear defogger and intermittent wipers with a temporary spare tire and all-season tires. The Touring package adds a rear spoiler, which makes its body more distinct than the rest. Various body paint colors are available including two new shades, to suit most preferences.
The 2002 Infiniti G20 adds a Sport package that has dark-tinted headlight trim, 16-inch aluminum wheels, and body-colored grille. Two additional colors are also new for the model year: Maui Blue and Silver Crystal. The trim level G20t leaves the lineup in lieu of a Touring package addition.
The 2002 Infiniti G20 is considered an entry-level luxury sedan and features equipment, such as wood cabin trim, power conveniences, keyless entry, and side-impact airbags. With all of those benefits, it still struggles to top the segment. A Sport package is brand-new for the 2002 model. It has a limited-slip differential, dark-tinted trim on the headlights, aluminum-alloy wheels, and a body-colored grille. A sunroof is also an available option as a stand-alone or as part of the Sunroof package. It's supposed to carry five passengers, but rear seat capacity is small. It has front bucket seats and a split-folding rear seat with a total cargo space of 13.5 cubic feet.
The 2002 Infiniti G20's standard features include air-conditioning, remote keyless entry, cruise control, front seatback storage, front reading lights, power mirrors, power door locks, power windows, and power steering. An excellent Bose stereo comes standard, as well. It has six speakers, AM/FM radio, single CD player, and comes built into the dash. It also has a tilt steering wheel with the cruise controls.