Hyundai Genesis Overview
For about $10,000 less than European luxury cars, the Hyundai Genesis delivers just about every feature buyers could imagine, minus the fancy nameplate. Offered as a quick V6 with all-wheel drive or as a potent rear-wheel-drive-only V8, the Genesis has responsive handling and a comfortable ride, though neither can match its German competitors. Controls are refreshingly simple for a luxury car at this level. Rear seat passengers are coddled in thick leather with seat heaters, but space is adequate, rather than generous. High-end models come with lane-departure warning, automatic braking, cross-traffic alert, and blind-spot monitoring. Fuel economy is a competitive 20 mpg for the all-wheel drive.
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