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2019 Genesis G90

Pricing

MSRP* $69,350 - $76,350
Invoice* $65,512 - $72,082

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MPG

City 15 - 17 MPG Hwy 23 - 24 MPG

Safety Rating

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Overall Rating:
5 (out of 5)
Value 5
Exterior 4.8
Interior 5
Comfort 5
Performance 4.8
Reliability 5
*****
Prior owner of a Genesis. Upgrade

by Chui from Cheltenham, PA | May 20, 2020

Not crazy about the grill on this model but love the amenities and interior. Smooth ride but could have more sound reduction from outside for the price

*****
Great car!

by George from Northwest IN | May 07, 2020

I have only owned this car 2 weeks, but very impressed to date. Very comfortable, quiet, lots of gadgets. My only concern is it came with a front license plate holder and my state doesn't require a front plate. I removed it and it left 4 holes in the grille that I will have to fill in somehow.

*****
Finest Luxury Sedan in the world that no one knows

by Telemacchus from Northbrook, IL | April 17, 2020

This is the finest luxury sedan in the world that nobody knows about. This is because Genesis totally botched the product launch of this vehicle and all the marketing dollars go now only to SUV's and not sedans. I ordered my 2019 5.0 Ultimate model in July of 2018, and it took 7 months to arrive. It didn't come in until the end of January 2019 in the color and configuration I wanted. That being said, my insurance company tells me this is the 24th car I've insured in 40 years of driving, but it most assuredly is the best by far. All I can tell you is everything is just........Right. Car and Driver calls it the "zen catacomb" and I would totally agree with this description. It is very quiet and spacious. The car only has a few nitpick items, and none of these should stop you from buying the car. The turning radius is huge, but this is expected due to the long wheelbase and All Wheel Drive (AWD), but it's tolerable. The dashboard is non-symmetrical and sort of slopes down and falls off to the right, and that really takes some getting used to if you're expecting symmetrical balance and flat and level dashboards. Like many imports, the selfish designers leave no place to hang a front license plate, so the dealer will set you up with this plastic flap tongue thing that hangs from your grille, and looks fairly ugly and out of place. It's also pretty hard to do a quick sound system volume change using volume control on the steering wheel without triggering it to go full mute - it's a switch design issue. Lastly, the car is about an inch and a half too low. I know letting air under the car is a bad thing and affects mileage, but in the real world there are parking garage ramps and driveways with 30 and 40 degree slopes out there and it's hard to navigate these without grinding the chin skirt off. The new Chevy Corvette has a switch you can hit which raises the nose of the vehicle when going up sharp inclines like this at slow seed, and the G90 needs this feature too. On the upside, it's a fabulous luxury car and there are no options with whatever model you pick, and everything is included. If you get the AWD 5.0 engine Ultimate model, the back seat has enough controls and screens to track and shoot down incoming MIG's. It is a fabulous car. This car is a category killer, and you'll be beating the best that Mercedes and Audi offer in the $120K range, but only paying $76K. Fantastic value.

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2019 Genesis G90 Overview

The 2019 Genesis G90 is the flagship luxury sedan in the lineup. It is powered by a standard 365-hp, twin-turbocharged 3.3-liter V-6 engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive comes standard, while all-wheel drive is optional. A more powerful 420-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 is also available.

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