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The Genesis G70 sports sedan has a standard 252-hp turbo four-cylinder engine that feels energetic in normal driving, but ultimately its acceleration time is among the slowest in the class. We got 23 mpg in our all-wheel-drive version, which isn't particularly good, either.
The uplevel 365-hp V6 turbo is quieter and makes the car much quicker. The G70 has agile handling and a taut, controlled ride. However, stopping distances are rather long. The car is quiet, and the interior is well-assembled. Access is a bit tough because of the low stance, and the cabin is very cramped, particularly the back seat. An easy to use infotainment system screen dominates the center of the dashboard and is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. FCW, AEB with pedestrian detection, and BSW are standard.
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Predicted Reliability
Predicted Owner Satisfaction
2019-2020
2019 Redesign Year
The all-new Genesis G70 sport sedan has a standard 252-hp, four-cylinder turbo engine that is energetic, but its acceleration time is among the slowest in the class. We got 23 mpg in our AWD version, which isn't particularly good.
The uplevel 365-hp V6 turbo is quieter and makes the car much quicker. The G70 has agile handling and a taut, controlled ride. However, its braking distances were long on both wet and dry pavement. The car is quiet, and the interior is well-put-together. Access is a bit tough because of the low stance, and the cabin is very cramped, particularly the tight backseat. An easy-to-use infotainment system screen dominates the center of the dashboard and is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, blind spot warning, and lane keeping assist are standard.
$34,025 - $46,375
Average Retail Price
RELIABILITY VERDICT
OWNER SATISFACTION
OWNER REPORTED MPG
$30,625 - $42,875
Average Retail Price
RELIABILITY VERDICT
OWNER SATISFACTION
OWNER REPORTED MPG
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