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Hyundai Genesis, Hyundai Genesis Coupe, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
Feb 05, 2011 (9:46 pm)
I purchased a 2011 Genesis Sedan in Nov. 2010 for $43.6k out the door. I have owned BMW's for my last 3 cars, 3.0, 535 and my last was a 330 CIC. I love BMW's but when I test drove the Genesis Sedan I fell in love! (I know my friends told me I was crazy) It may not handle like a 5 series but it will blow any 5 series off the road except the M5 0-60. The GS is quiet, very quick, very comfortable and excellent sound system. The Nav system is very cool and easy to use.
I have lost track of how many times I have been asked by passer by's if the car is a Bentley, Mercedes or a new concept car. When I tell them it's a Hyundai their jaw's drop. I have just over 3,000 miles on it and love driving it. I have taken it to Big Bear twice for ski trips and each trip I have gotten mileage of 28,5 m/g round trip. That is over 320 miles round trip. My 330 CIC bimmer never got that kind of mileage and that was a 6 cyl.!!
Thanks to my 24 yr old son who told me to go test drive the Genesis Coupe, which I did. That was a rocket ship and way too much speed for this old guy. Even my 24 yr old loves to drive my GS and he knows cars.
Before you blow this off cause it's a Hyundai, go test drive a V8 Sedan. It is fun and comfortable to drive.
#298 of 428 Re: 2.0L, 4 Cyl 2011 Coupe Price Paid [laziestfoo]
Feb 07, 2011 (6:40 pm)
Was that for the manual or automatic?
#300 of 428 Re: Genesis Sedan [rileydog1]
Mar 19, 2011 (3:40 pm)
Hey Rileydog, it sounds like you have been in snow a few times with your Genesis.
How does it handle with the stock tires or have you added snows?
I am in the Chicago area and would like to upgrade from my front wheel drive '07 Azera to the Genesis, but I am concerned about the rear wheel drive.
I absolutely love my Azera with zero issues in 60,000 miles but the 2011's look very much the same and the Genesis has really caught my eye.
Thanks in advance!
#301 of 428 2011 Genesis Sedan 3.8 with Premium Nav for $32k + TTL
Mar 25, 2011 (6:07 am)
I got my 2011 Genesis Sedan with Premium Nav for $32k + TTL. Dealer's MSRP is around $38k. They gave us the competitive rebate of $1,500 and 1.9% for 48 months.
Bought it from Stevens Creek Hyundai in Santa Clara, CA (around SF bay area). I used Zag.com w/ AMEX for pricing. They honored the price and on top of that, gave us the rebate and excellent financing. I recommend this dealership for anyone shopping for a Genesis.
FYI, we received quotes from other dealers and almost all of them include the competitive rebate. Just remember to ask if the price they're quoting you already include rebates. Kinda sneaky if you ask me.
#302 of 428 Re: Dealership experience [firegarz]
Apr 03, 2011 (9:11 pm)
firegarz, you went to the wrong dealer! I bought a 2007 Azera from Baytown Hyundai and have taken it back for all routine service. It has been one of my best dealer experiences, the service department personnel are friendly, courteous and helpful.
#303 of 428 Re: 2011 Genesis Sedan 3.8 with Premium Nav for $32k + TTL [quiklab]
Apr 30, 2011 (10:58 pm)
thanks for mentioning zag.com w/amex. I did not know about that. it seems quite a good site. it reduced the MSRP by $5828(including competitive rebate) and the final price is down to $32,523.
that same 48 months finance is now available at 0.9%.
as of 4/30/2011.
#304 of 428 2011 Genesis 3.8 No/Nav
May 11, 2011 (5:17 am)
I'm finally ready to buy the Genesis 3.8 with no nav. Does anyone know the factory plant employee pricing would be for a family member? Right now I have my brother checking on that for me and if anyone here knows I would be greatly appreciated for the info. Thanks
#305 of 428 2.0T genesis coupe
May 14, 2011 (11:18 am)
Does anyone have any news on what deals are being had on the 2.0T G/Coupe Premium?
And does anyone know when the 2012 coupes will be coming out?
Thanks in advance
#306 of 428 USED 2010 Genesis price question
May 23, 2011 (8:09 pm)
A local dealer is offering a 2010 3.8 with around 5K or 6K miles, GRAND TOURING (no sunroof) with automatic, for $22G.
Anyone have any suggestion as to what to offer, or where to finish on this one.
Any opinions are appreciated.
Other question is whether I might get a better deal on a brand new 2010?