2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe User Reviews
3.8 R-Spec Manual shown
- $24,250 - $34,250
- No trim specified for this review
- Too many to list!
- Small back seat, but I am willing to sacrafice!
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I just ended my lease on my Hyundai Veracruz and finally purchased the car I have wanted for 3 years. I test drove the 2.0 turbo and the performance was ok,, but then I got in the 3.8 and I was in love. The extra equipment that comes standard on the 3.8 Track and the increased horsepower are worth the extra $$. My gas mileage is about 5 or 6 mpg better than my Veracruz was. The 8 speed auto transmission is usually only found on high end cars like Mercedes and the Brembro brakes are the same used on Ferrari. All in a Hyundai! The only downfall is the size of the back seat. Definitely not a family car, but since 90% of the time it is just me, I can live with that. My insurance premiums jumped so be prepared if you are going from mild to wild like I did.
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