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.
At 41,000 miles we have what I'm told is a flair in the transmission , between 2nd and 3d gear, as well as 5 -6. ( It's an 8 speed trans.) The factory dealer (Hyundai) acknowledges the problem but because it's intermittent and their "computer" can't see it , there is nothing they can do. It's got a 100,000 mile warranty
2013 Hyundai GenesisM. - Austin, TX07/14/2014
My previous cars were Infiniti sedans and a Lexus SUV and I like this Hyundai just as well. I love that it is sporty and stylish looking without looking like a car I bought because I was having a midlife crisis like a muscle car or something. The addition of the vent-things on the hood is super sporty looking. I like the short rear end, but it is not so small that you could never have people in the back seat. The interior styling is terrific. I love the two-tone leather-mesh interior. It has all of the features my Lexus and Infinitis had and more with the paddle shifters. I love that it will go fast quickly if you want it to. I also looked at a BMW and I'm glad I chose the Genesis.
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