|Pricing||$34,200 - $46,800|
|Engines||3.8l V6, 5.0l V8|
|Fuel Economy||16-18 (city), 25-28 (highway)|
Hyundai has a sedan to compete in just about every category. The Genesis is a large rear-wheel-drive sedan with proportions similar to the Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger, and Ford Taurus. With styling somewhat reminiscent of European luxury sedans, the Genesis also begs comparison to a couple of German luxury sedans although it's unlikely buyers of those cars would cross-shop the Hyundai. The interior is filled with luxury features and appointments like a leather wrapped dash, heated/cooled seats, and an extraordinary Lexicon 7.1 audio system. Genesis models are tied to their powertrains. The Genesis 3.8 equips a 333-bhp V6 engine and is priced from $35,000. The Genesis 5.0 R-Spec is powered by a 5.0l V8 engine rated at 429-bhp and includes every available option as standard equipment for around $47,000. All Genesis models include an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The 4.6l V8 engine is dropped leaving the 5.0 R-Spec as the only V8 model.
|Genesis 3.8||3.8l V6 (333-bhp)||A8||RWD||18/28/22||69||$34,200|
|Genesis 3.8 Premium||3.8l V6 (333-bhp)||A8||RWD||18/28/22||72||$39,000|
|Genesis 3.8 Technology||3.8l V6 (333-bhp)||A8||RWD||18/28/22||72||$43,300|
|Genesis 5.0 R-Spec||5.0l V8 (429-bhp)||A8||RWD||16/25/20||76||$46,800|