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2019 Genesis G70

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Pricing

MSRP* $34,900 - $52,250
Invoice* $33,384 - $49,769

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MPG

City 17 - 22 MPG Hwy 25 - 30 MPG

Safety Rating

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Overall Rating:
4.7 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.7
Comfort 4.6
Performance 4.8
Reliability 4.5
*****
BMW beater

by Mudweiser from Rivervale, NJ | June 23, 2020

Has everything the BMW 3 series has except the MSRP and the badge. Faster and safety systems are standard. Best buy in today’s market. 👍

*****
Today was my 1st day to own car. So Far Good!

by King Henry the Jetty from Brick N J | May 30, 2020

Car met needs ,very comfortable to drive and love the interior. Style is sharp like the computer Just purchased today will let you know more later

*****
Unbelievable car.

by mks0031 from Huntsville, AL | May 13, 2020

I purchased a 2019 Genesis G70 about a month ago. This car caught my eye a year and a half ago when I first saw one at an auto show. I made the change from a Lexus to the G70 and it has not disappointed. A couple pros worth mentioning: Exterior/Interior: The material used is high quality. The package I chose did not include the napa leather, but it is still wonderful. Lots of chrome features on the exterior that add flare and class. Some people dislike it, but it is one of my favorite things about the car. Navigation/infotainment system: Easy to use. This should be a given for any luxury vehicle, however the Lexus vehicles I am used to driving are TERRIBLE. The infotainment system is almost impossible to use while driving. Genesis managed to make their system much more user friendly without sacrificing any features. Voice command is incredible in this car. Performance: This is my biggest pro. This car is a beast. I love that it has drive modes. Eco and comfort are comparable in my opinion. I can put it in cruise on the highway and it is a smooth, quiet ride where I average 25-26 mpg during this phase of my commute. In one second you can switch it to sport mode and it is a completely different vehicle. It handles curves like you wouldn't believe and accelerates 0-60 in roughly 4 and a half seconds.. If you're into tracking your car it does have features such as launch control, a lap timer, etc. I test drove other vehicles and the only thing that might beat out the G70 is the 2020 BMW M340i.. It has a little bit of an edge in the performance, but not enough to justify $20k price gap. The only con I have for this vehicle is the dealership experience. In case anyone reading this isn't aware- Genesis currently has zero stand-alone dealerships. Some label themselves as Genesis of "wherever", but they are all currently Hyundai dealerships that can sell Genesis vehicles. I have nothing personal against Hyundai, in fact we used to have one and loved it enough to put 250k miles on it. However, Hyundai dealerships are a let down when it comes to luxury vehicles. I'm not trying to come off as a snob, but almost everyone I've worked with at the dealership lacks knowledge about the car, from what I've been told- the typical loaner you receive is an Elantra if you're dropping of your G70, G80 or G90. This doesn't bother me too much personally, it is only for a day, but I will say if they want to survive in the luxury market, then they will have to do better than an Elantra with an $18k MSRP as a loaner for someone dropping of there $75k G90.

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2019 Genesis G70 Overview

The 2019 Genesis G70 is an all-new, compact luxury sedan that competes with the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and Audi S4. It is powered by a standard 252-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed manual and rear-wheel drive. A more powerful 365-hp, turbocharged 3.3-liter V-6 engine is also available.

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*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.