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2019 Genesis G70

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

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City 17 - 22 MPG Hwy 25 - 30 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.8 (out of 5)
Value 4.8
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.7
Comfort 4.6
Performance 4.8
Reliability 4.6
Best car I ever owned

by gdvendor from Everett, Washington | February 16, 2020

Great styling and I get a lot of looks and compliments. The interior is gorgeous and very comfortable. The performance is exceptional, it gets up and goes and the safety features are the best.

More Fun and More Comfortable than an Audi S5

by Jon 1988 from Charlotte, NC | February 13, 2020

I currently own a 2016 VW GTI. I test drove the 3.3TT Sport last summer and was surprised by the power; the torque shove was extremely fun! The fit and finish was good as well, and the front seats were very comfortable. The infotainment was slightly better than what I am used to in my GTI, though lagging behind the all-digital displays done by Mercedes and Audi. However, since I almost exclusively use Apple Carplay, it's not much of an issue for me. After test driving this car, I went to an Audi dealership and test drove an S5 Sportback. It was nice, but the torque shove was nowhere near as aggressive as the G70, and the ride (though sporty) was a bit too harsh for my liking. The few things that I preferred on the S5 over the G70 was the engine and exhaust note (which was a bit underwhelming on the G70), the impressive launch control (which the sales manager did while I was in the passenger seat), the transmission (though to be fair, the G70 trans was pretty darn close and more than good enough), and the feel of the knobs and plastics. However, after taking both on a back road, I felt like the G70 was more engaging, as the power felt more usable (again, that torque shove was simply intoxicating), all while delivering a more comfortable ride when I wanted to calm down. Ultimately, I really wanted to like the S5 more than I did, and I ended up liking the G70 more than I expected I would. Then there's the issue of cost: the G70 I drove was $51k. The S5 was $67k. I'm planning to lease a G70 this summer.

Bought new so NA reliability, Great warranty.

by Tmaxmorgan from Naperville, IL | January 15, 2020

Only test drove because of lease deal and wanted to move up from my 2016 Civic, also a COY. Way more car than I'd guessed, near equivalent to BMW M3XI AWD for $17K discount. on the sticker, more on the deal. The service at the Hyundai dealer has started off a little iffy on the scale of luxury car standards but probably average for the Hyundai label. Much better car than previous Mercedes and Audi's I've had both in terms of handling, performance and electronics though the latter is due mostly to the new stuff available now that wasn't on my older models. School's out on Napleton Hyundai's service. The loaner program is near useless so far. It's like no one is in charge overall for the Genesis line. Promises made casually, and kept more casually. My independent guy at Ogden Motors is in a way better class.

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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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