The Genesis 3.8 Grand Touring is a great car if you buy it for the right reasons. The suspension and seats are very firm (even non-Track versions)- this, coupled with road noise, makes long trips tiring with resultant back/butt-aches. Performance, handling, and visibility are top-notch and the interior is well appointed with excellent fit and finish. Nav with integrated Ipod/stereo controls is awesome for Ipod/music control but the screen is a touch too small for the nav. Sunroof is very quiet when open, even at highway speeds. My major complaint is the clutch and 6-spd- clutch is VERY quirky and makes the car very difficult to drive smoothly- would DEFINITELY (and without reservation) recommend the automatic on this car even though I'm a 6-spd lover at heart. Gear ratios are very close together making skip-shifting (1-3-5 or 2-4-6) MUCH more smooth than sequential shifting. Car turns heads everywhere I go- I seem to be taller, smarter, funnier, and better looking now that I have it. I would definitely recommend this car for what it is: a fast, sporty car for around town driving. It is not a comfy long-distance cruiser, but I didn't realize the difference until I had been on the road for over an hour. Car could use some road noise dampening and stereo could have better mid-range depth (sound quality is good but not excellent). Ipod cable allows Ipod to fully discharge when the car is off, very annoying if you try to take your Ipod out to use it after it's been in the car overnight. Trunk is reasonably large but the trunk lid is rather small making the space hard to utilize. But that's not why you buy this car: Engine power and range are fantastic (my neighbors LOVE the sound when I start it up), as are the brakes. Keyless entry/ignition, rear parking sensors, Home Link, and heated leather are nice features but the interior lacks just a little extra storage space. All in all, I love the car and would probably buy it again. Recommend a lengthy test drive (or rent one) to ensure you can live with the quirks of this car. But driving it is so much fun you'll probably want it anyway...
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