For about $10,000 less than competing midsized luxury sedans, the Hyundai Genesis delivers just about every feature and luxury attribute a buyer could imagine, minus the fancy nameplate. Offered with a smooth and refined V6 or a potent V8, the Genesis has responsive handling and a comfortable ride, though it can't quite match its German competitors. Our tested AWD V6 returned a competitive 20 mpg overall. Controls are refreshingly straightforward for a luxury car. Rear-seat passengers are coddled in thick leather with seat heaters, and space is plentiful. Most versions come with lane-departure warning, automatic braking, cross-traffic alert, and blind-spot monitoring. Reliability of the redesign has been average. For 2017 the car will be renamed the G80, part of the Genesis brand.