Family size car with lots of get up and go. Sports car feel in a sedan.
Best bang for the buck
2012 Hyundai GenesisSean - Cary, NC03/06/2015
bought vehicle with 25K miles on it and love it. It has all the bells and whistles and at 1/2 the original purchase price. Glad I did not have to pay the depreciation on it.
It is a long vehicle so make sure you have the room in the garage, Has rear heated seated and options I am still discovering. Got the 6 cyl 3.6 L has plenty of pep when need and the gas milage for this size car is great 20-28 mpg. I am averaging about 23-24 mpg. Get the upgraded Lexicon stereo system and blue tooth. Down side it is rear wheel drive so you get the hump and transmission noise but overall very quiet car
2012 Hyundai GenesisChad B - Lumberton, NC12/20/2016
This is a great looking coupe. I have owned other Hyundai vehicles and they have all been very reliable for several years. This one has great acceleration, good gas mileage, and nice interior features.
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