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Hyundai Genesis Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Hyundai Genesis. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Hyundai Genesis.

OverviewHyundai 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 Hyundai Genesis stands on its own as much for its clean styling, refined ride and well-appointed cabin. Discover the ins and outs on used Hyundai Genesises, available now in Carvana's inventory.


Excellent Safety Ratings

One of the biggest takeaways in evaluating the Hyundai Genesis is its impressive reputation for safety. In Edmunds brake testing, the Genesis 3.8 AWD and the Genesis 5.0 came to a stop from 60 mph in 109 and 112 feet, respectively -- outstanding marks for both vehicles. Additionally, the Genesis earned an overall five-star rating in government crash tests, and earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's highest rating of Good in a variety of tests.

Roomy Cabin With High Quality Materials

As a result of its long-for-the-class wheelbase, the Genesis offers 123 cubic feet of interior volume, which outclasses its main rivals. With this, the Genesis provides an abundance of legroom for passengers particularly in the rear of the vehicle. Moreover, the cabin of the Genesis is made with luxury-like high quality materials that are as good as any its class. In fact, according to Edmunds, Every panel and piece inside the Genesis fits with intense precision that matches just about any premium sedan you'd care to compare from Germany or Japan.

Quiet Cabin

In addition to the presence of an upscale cabin, the Genesis rewards its passengers with a stunningly quiet ride, doing well to virtually eliminate any road or vehicle noise when traveling the highway.


Rear-Seat Headroom

While there aren't many gripes when it comes to the Hyundai Genesis, available headroom in the rear for passengers comes at a premium and may make the Genesis a less than ideal fit for taller individuals. Also worth noting is the fact that, though the cabin may be made with high-quality materials, the seating (particularly in the front) isn't quite as comfortable on long road trips when compared to top luxury vehicles.

Fuel Economy

The Genesis isn't necessarily a gas guzzler, but when compared to its competitors, it doesn't offer the same level of fuel economy. The Genesis 3.8, for example, gets 22 mpg combined (18 mpg city/29 mpg highway), while the Genesis 5.0 gets even less at 18 mpg combined (15 mpg city/23 mpg highway).

Ride Quality

Though never jarring or uncomfortable, the ride quality for the Genesis is palpably lower when stacked against luxury class leaders. By comparison, it simply doesn't do as good of a job soaking up bumps and rattles in the road.

Hyundai Genesis Reviews

4.8 OUT OF 5 (131 Reviews)