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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track RWDReview
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Amazing Car .. I Would Recomend It To Any Young Guy ... Oh Btw .. Its An Awesome Chick Magnet ^^ — Performance - acceleration = amazing, braking = best brakes ive ever seen, handling = amazing Build Quality - flawless .. though the subwoofer often raddles the roof panel in the back Appearance - awesome styling inside and out 10/10 .. though the front of the car seems like its missing something 9/10 Cost of Ownership - gas mileage = what evey person should expect out of a sports car, maintenance = very easy to do Fun Factor - is this car fun to drive? = you have no idea .... im in heaven every time I do =)

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: everything

Cons: nothing ... well .. maybe winter driving

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T RWDReview
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Nice — Appearance; was very stylish and looks great, and was quite comfortable inside especially with the soft bucket type seats. Build quality; Its fairly quiet when your commute. Although there is a small rear pillar that prevents you from looking back at your blind spot, but you get use to it and look past that. As for gas milages its pretty good avg 25mpg on premium. Maintenance and repair costs are also fairly cheap. Performance; With a turbo built in the car accelerates smoothly and quickly, for handling its not so great as its a pretty heavy car. Overall its a fun car to drive everyday.

Pros: Stylish fun car. Perfect for daily driving.

Cons: Rear seats are useless unless you have 5 ft freinds

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track RWDReview
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Fun Car For $40,000. — For $40g, you get a 3.8L V6 300hp, 6spd, brembo brakes, Navi, leather interior, heated seats. It's an amazing car for the $...awesome handling, superb acceleration ( it's very easy to hit 160kms, and not even realize it). The car always turns heads, not only because of the color...but I have removed all the name plates and replaced them with aftermarket emblems that resemble the Aston Martin emblem....so it really confuses people. I laugh when I look in my rearview mirror and watch the people behind me trying to figure out what the car is. :)

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: The look, style, performance and color :D

Cons: Cheap, plastic dash/console...scratches easily, going in to replace the tranny at 12,000kms (not impressed) hard to engage stick shift at about 500km (first warranty claim), squeaky sunroof resulting in headliner being replaced was the second warranty claim...tranny will be my third).

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T Premium RWDReview
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I Love It And Can't Wait To See How The Car Evolves In The Next Few Years —

Overall A step up for Hyundai, though I'm curious to see how they redesign the car and if they're going to break it off from Hyundai and make it a stand alone car line. For the price range it fits, its completely worth the money, and as to the features that come along, even on base models, it shows Hyundai is trying to compete in a more competitive car market. After saying all this with it still being a relatively new car there are a few things that can be improved on, but again that can come with the redesigns. biggest issue with the car, The shifting could be smoother, it seems no matter how hard you try to get in a smooth shift you always feel it. This being my first rear wheel drive car, there's a noticeable difference with the way the car handles. Cornering in the car can be very fun. The appearance of the car is I think, one of its biggest selling points, The details put into the body with the sweeping lines running the length of the car and a more aggressive front face, it works and plays up the sport coupe category that it falls in. As for interior fit and finish, the layout is done quite well and reminds me of the g37 interior (though vaguely) My favorite part about the interior is how symmetrical it is, from the sweeping dashboard to even the speedometer and tachometer. having the 2.0T the car gets decent gas mileage without sacrificing power. I would be anywhere between 23-29 MPG depending on how I was driving.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Its worth the money and if you're willing to spend (which I would be) The car comes with more refined features on the higher up trim levels

Cons: People are still up in the air when it comes to the Hyundai name, that would be their main deterence.

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T Premium RWDReview
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Very Fun To Drive, Planning To Mod To About 300 Hp — Fun, yet economical, sporty, great looking car. Easy to modify, great potential for inexpensive horsepower gains. Approximately $2000 will get the 2.0T to 250 hp, and 290 torque. Styling and comfort (believe it or not) are top reasons to buy if not into modifying.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: handling, reasonably good performance

Cons: Idiots who think because it's a Hyundai it must be cheap. Anyone who actually gives it a chance is very favorably impressed.

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Grand Touring RWDReview
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B — Performance: Solid acceleration, needs more power to better compete with it's competition. Handling is good for a sports car, nothing overly noteworthy though...it'll do what you ask it to and not complain. Build Quality: There have been a few issues, but they're to be expected on a first year car.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: RWD

Cons: Performance of a G35 when Infiniti sells the G37 now.

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T Premium RWDReview
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I Am A Very Happy Genesis Coupe Owner — Absolutely love the car. The Genesis Coupe is a true head turner. Tones of standard features and the leather seats are very comfortable. I own the car for almost 11 months and still love it very much. I saw a few Genesis Coupes passed by and we all gave each other a thumb up!!! This never happened when I drove other cars. What a Genesis Coupe spirit!!!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: The look is absolutely irresistible

Cons: Don't have any yet

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track RWDReview
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Genesis Of A New Hyundai — Arguably one of the best-looking cars for under $30,000 in 2010, this car has premium quality, very good performance, and excellent warranty coverage. Equiped with a 6-speed manual, this car is geared toward premium driving enthusiasts. Will please those who look for an eye-catcher that is reliable, economical, and relatively inexpensive to repair. Satisfies the right foot without emptying the wallet. And for style like this, you'll pay more anywhere else.

Pros: Build quality, refinement and agressive looks

Cons: Notchy manual gear box, too-smooth auto...still, 306 hp counts for something.

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Grand Touring RWDReview
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Get It. It Is Good. — Its a sick car. It looks really nice, and with some body mods, it looks godly. 300 horsepower and torque is still good. Great car for the value, only starting at $18 000 for the 2.0L. Saved my dad's life with the new safety technology. GET THIS CAR.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fun to drive. Innovative design.

Cons: Korean haters.

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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track RWDReview
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Hyundai Racing Spirit Awake — This is the most powerful sports car made by hyundai.With 2.0turbo litre engine and 3.8 litre engine.Those 2 engine isn't very powerful.But,this car is a handling machine(the first rwd hyundai)!Superb!Just like a Korean Taekwondo Black Belt Master!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Cheap,fast and good handling.

Cons: Cheap, 3 year warranty

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Out of 3 cars that I had, this is my favorite one. The performance is amazing, especially when you accelerate. It looks nice, so when you come to an event people notice the car. The gas on the car is ... Read More

2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Reviews

Review By Guru9YBTMS

Economique sportif et tres plaisant a conduire c’est parfait Read More

Review By Tim

This car has great horsepower and great torque compared to it s rivals the BRZ and the FRS Hyundai always has better features and their vehicles for less price Read More

2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Reviews

Review By Guru9ZL45M

Great car,and powerful just I dont imagine that power came from this little bird. Read More

Review By Ty

Get a 2013 or above if going to get a 2.0 turbo model., much more HP, and just better in all regards really. Even the 3.8 is better. What Im looking for now. Read More

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