Was a little skeptical about buying a Hyundai. However after driving this car, I would recomend it to anyone. It is fun to drive. I like getting up in the morning cause I know I can drive my new car. Its a good value for less than you would pay for a Infiniti or BMW.
A real sports car!
2010 Hyundai GenesisStan Friedman - New York, NY02/01/2016
The 3.8 Genesis Coupe is often measured against V6 Mustangs and Camaros, but this is an inaccurate comparison. The Genesis is a significantly smaller car. In terms of size, weight and HP it's actually much closer to a different legendary car: the Toyota Supra A80. (Which cost significantly more when new - and good luck finding a Supra that hasn't been modified and hooned into oblivion!) The Genesis 3.8 is a true sports car with all the pros and cons that implies. It's just civilized enough to be used as a daily driver, although the suspension on the Track version is too firm to drive regularly on broken/potholed pavement. This is a really fun car, and there are tons of aftermarket tuning options available if you're that way inclined.
Affordable Luxury in a Performance Sedan.
2012 Hyundai GenesisBob - Riverside, CA03/10/2015
My 2012 Genesis has the Technology and Premium Packages options and is a joy to drive. Very comfortable interior, with heated front and rear seats and a ventilated driver's seat as well. It has all the luxury options one could ask for and the 3.8L engine has remarkable efficiency and power. Highway MPG is around 26-27 MPG, and around 19 MPG in stop-and-go.
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