Used 2013 Genesis Hyundai Grand Touring for Sale
Reviews for Hyundai
Like everything except...
The car handles and accelerates well, especially for a hybrid. It is comfortable, and the location of the battery gives more storage room than in some other hybrids. My favorite part, though, is that gas mileage meets or exceeds the posted numbers. It's not that uncommon for me to get to work in the morning (40 miles one way, hence the hybrid) and see gas mileage in the upper 40s. The only thing that could be better is the radio reception, but that just means I spend more time listening to bluetooth audio
Awesome car, at a good price
Though the car is smaller than I'm used to, such as trunk space and leg room in the back seat, the front seats are roomy for me at nearly six feet and "bigger size." I'm usually the only one in the car when I drive but have been able to fit four adults plus other items, though was a tight fit we made it. Car gets great gas mileage, plus it's a small tank so fill ups are pretty cheap.
Great price/quality ratio
I've owned a lot of cars (5 BMWs, 2 Audis, a Mercedes, a Porsche, and a bunch of miscellaneous ones like classic Mustangs and old Mini rally cars). When I switched businesses from TV production (lots of car commercials) to real estate, I needed to go with something big enough for several people comfortably that wouldn't have crazy maintenance costs (bye, Mercedes), and wasn't so crazy expensive with the amount of driving I do (25k per year, so leasing was out, and the depreciation on a new BMW was out of the question with that much driving. Hence trying out the Genesis. Great value. Zippy. Comfy. The only mistake I made was no getting one with the technology package, since the rear is high enough that I'd like it to have a backup camera.
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