Hyundai Genesis Features –
- 173-hp 2.0L GDI DOHC 16-valve inline 4-cylinder engine
- 60/40 split fold-down rear seatback
- Heated front seats
- 51 cu. ft. maximum cargo volume
- Cooled glove compartment
The Genesis features a premium-crafted interior that offers a host of features and amenities to enliven the senses and provide every convenience including available genuine matte-finish wood trim, premium leather, ventilated seats and a power rear window sunshade. Plus, its design has more total interior volume than any other vehicle in its class.
From a trunk that knows when your hands are full, to sensors that know when you need fresh air, every detail has been considered, all with the goal of putting you first.
What are critics saying about the Hyundai Genesis?
In the past you might have considered purchasing Hyundai’s Genesis luxury sedan on the grounds that it offered strong value and lots of standard features versus its more respected German and Japanese competitors. Those points still ring true, but these days, the 2016 Hyundai Genesis stands on its own as much for its clean styling, refined ride and well-appointed cabin. Would we go so far as to define it as dynamic to drive, but quiet, comfortable and coddling? Without question. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
Hyundai continues to make cars worthy of serious consideration, and the Genesis is no exception—it’s a compelling value in the mid-size luxury game. Under the hood is a 311-hp V-6 with rear-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is optional. If you want more performance, a 420-hp V-8 with rear-drive is available; an eight-speed automatic is standard on all. A Lotus-tuned suspension bestows it with solid road manners. Combined with supportive seats and a handsome interior, the Genesis is worth a look. Read More >>