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.
Great price/quality ratio
2014 Hyundai GenesisVictor Currie - Newport Beach, CA12/24/2017
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.
I love my 2010 Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track edition. I was surprised by the responsive handling, robust power, and overall refinement. I've seen many of the Genesis cars on the road with badging that attempts to hide the Hyundai label. Not me, I love seeing the looks of people when they realize that a Hyundai just left them in the dust.