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4.5 out of 5(5,157 reviews)

Good , with reservations

The car has a nice interior design, drives well and seems to be reliable. But 2 major things are the reason I hope to trade it in this summer: Seriously, the gas tank is WAY too small. I can never get more than 12 gal at at time in it. Not great for long trips. Secondly, It's very hard to see out of the back and the camera lens is not that great. If you put lots of stuff in the back, you cannot see at all out the back window. Side back windows too small. I honestly don't know what Hyundai was thinking with this one.

- Susan Rickson, 2011 Hyundai Tucson

A real sports car!

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.

- Stan Friedman, 2010 Hyundai Genesis

I do not like the quality

I think it's a fun car to drive but it has a lot of clunk noises. I think the plastic is cheap in the interior. I have a limited tTucson I think I expected a little bit more for the value. I have owned it for six months and probably would not buy another one

- Sonya Kincaid, 2012 Hyundai Tucson

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