Audi A6 vs Hyundai Genesis

2019 Audi A6
2019 Audi A6
$54,100MSRP
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2015 Hyundai Genesis
2015 Hyundai Genesis
$38,000MSRP
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2019 Audi A6
$54,100MSRP
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2015 Hyundai Genesis
$38,000MSRP
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MSRP

$54,100

MSRP

$38,000

Average price

$23,922

Average price

$12,621

Listings

3305

Listings

609
Ratings & Reviews
User Reviews
User Reviews

Expert reviews

8.5 out of 10

Expert reviews

8.5 out of 10

Reviews Summary

One of Audi’s four Russian-doll sedans, the redesigned 2019 A6 is both instantly familiar and radically different from its predecessor. Initially available with a single drivetrain choice, and in Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige trim, the new Audi A6 is clearly similar to the vehicle it replaces. But major differences include a completely new approach to the company’s Multi-Media Interface (MMI), a light-electrified hybrid powertrain, and more sophisticated driver-assistance technologies.

Reviews Summary

Have you ever seen a sports or action movie in which the protagonist makes a first attempt at a goal early in the movie, fails, then embarks on a training montage, only to succeed in the end? The lesson is that sometimes the first attempt isn’t the best, but if the desire is there, it will eventually lead to victory—but only after addressing one’s shortcomings. That is the 2015 Hyundai Genesis.

In 2007, Hyundai brought a concept for the Genesis to the New York International Auto Show and stunned onlookers, not for the car’s design (though it was attractive), but because of the car’s stated goal: Hyundai was getting into the luxury game. The Korean bargain brand? Building a luxury car? The automaker was building highly competent products, but it still came as a shock.

Fast-forward to 2014, and the shock has worn off. The Genesis was joined by the Equus, an even higher-end product. But in this time, the Genesis started to feel dated compared to its more aggressively styled siblings. By 2014 the Genesis was feeling almost anonymous. And that all changed for the 2015 model year.

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Popular Features & Specs

Engine

2.0L 248 hp I4

Engine

3.8L 311 hp V6

Drive Train

AWD

Drive Train

RWD

Seating Capacity

5

Seating Capacity

5

Horsepower

248 hp @ 4300 rpm

Horsepower

311 hp @ 6000 rpm

MPG City

24

MPG City

18

MPG Highway

32

MPG Highway

29
2019 Audi A6
2019 Audi A6
$54,100MSRP
Overview
Overview
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2015 Hyundai Genesis
2015 Hyundai Genesis
$38,000MSRP
Overview
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2019 Audi A6
$54,100MSRP
Overview
Overview
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2015 Hyundai Genesis
$38,000MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
Overview
MSRP
$54,100
$38,000
Average price
$23,922
$12,621
Listings
Ratings & Reviews
User reviews
4.5
4.6
Expert reviews

8.5 out of 10

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8.5 out of 10

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Summary
One of Audi’s four Russian-doll sedans, the redesigned 2019 A6 is both instantly familiar and radically different from its predecessor. Initially available with a single drivetrain choice, and in Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige trim, the new Audi A6 is clearly similar to the vehicle it replaces. But major differences include a completely new approach to the company’s Multi-Media Interface (MMI), a light-electrified hybrid powertrain, and more sophisticated driver-assistance technologies.

Have you ever seen a sports or action movie in which the protagonist makes a first attempt at a goal early in the movie, fails, then embarks on a training montage, only to succeed in the end? The lesson is that sometimes the first attempt isn’t the best, but if the desire is there, it will eventually lead to victory—but only after addressing one’s shortcomings. That is the 2015 Hyundai Genesis.

In 2007, Hyundai brought a concept for the Genesis to the New York International Auto Show and stunned onlookers, not for the car’s design (though it was attractive), but because of the car’s stated goal: Hyundai was getting into the luxury game. The Korean bargain brand? Building a luxury car? The automaker was building highly competent products, but it still came as a shock.

Fast-forward to 2014, and the shock has worn off. The Genesis was joined by the Equus, an even higher-end product. But in this time, the Genesis started to feel dated compared to its more aggressively styled siblings. By 2014 the Genesis was feeling almost anonymous. And that all changed for the 2015 model year.

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Popular Features & Specs
Engine
2.0L 248 hp I4
3.8L 311 hp V6
Drive Train
AWD
RWD
Seating Capacity
5
5
Horsepower
248 hp @ 4300 rpm
311 hp @ 6000 rpm
MPG City
24
18
MPG Highway
32
29
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