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#372 of 428 Re: traded my genesis for a 2013 accord ex-l [LASHAWN]
Mar 18, 2013 (12:07 pm)
If the hyundai makes the 2014 genesis awd and goes to the 8 spd trans with some minor improvement in the tech/ and interior dept it will be a no brainer to buy/ lease. i just hope they dont ruin the shape when they redesign or freshening up this model.
i bought the 13 accord exl v-6 but i would upgrade to the 2014 genesis if they could improve the outdated model . Genesis is still a great car imho. The Audi A/ S 6 is the car to buy right. Its the total package. I also loved the A7 what a sharp car/ suv.
#373 of 428 Re: traded my genesis for a 2013 accord ex-l [brian125]
Mar 28, 2013 (11:37 am)
The 2013 Audi A6 is very nice, but from a price standpoint they don't compare. The 5 year cost of ownership of a similarly equipped A6 (according to Intellichoice) is approximately $20,000 higher than the Genesis. Add that to the $10,000+ higher purchase price for a similarly equipped A6, and you're looking at a $30,000 plus difference between the two over 5 years.
#374 of 428 Re: traded my genesis for a 2013 accord ex-l [sonicendeavor]
Mar 28, 2013 (12:25 pm)
your probably close but your numbers are on the higher end about both cars price wise.... Resale is much better on the Audi.. the new audi is worth the dime. better car all around.. they dont compare. i drove it and loved it.. I want to see how the new redesign geny looks and see how they upgrade it before making that plunge. the only draw back with the audi is size i'm 6'1 245.
My friend has the 2011 genesis and i think its a nice car with a great sound system. handling is okay. Needs updating.
the Equis is the car you would try to compare the Audi, A/S6 BMW 5,7 and MB E series not the Genesis,
the Genesis was and ahead of its time 5 yrs ago with its price and entry level luxury and features. No longer a though in this market.
May 01, 2013 (7:40 am)
I have some interest in the 2013 Genesis 3.8 w/prem/tech pkg in the northeast but, prices seem to vary widely.
With the various rebates, I've got a price of $34K +TTL but, not my preferred color combo, so far.
What should I expect to pay and what credit score is required for 2.9% for 72mos
MSRP $44,195 and the rebates appear unchanged as of 5/1
#376 of 428 Re: Prices in NE [stage4survivor]
May 07, 2013 (5:33 pm)
The Accord exl v-6 is a better buy for the money right now. I would wait for the redesign 2014 genesis model late this year. The car needs updating. Tech and front wheel drive options, 8 speed trans are just a few things on the way for this model in 2014.
#377 of 428 Re: Prices in NE [brian125]
May 09, 2013 (10:57 am)
The Genesis has had an 8 speed transmission since 2012. Mercedes, Rolls, Ferrari, Porsche, BMW, etc, the finest cars in the world, all have rear wheel drive. Why in the world would Genesis want to go to front wheel drive? Front wheel drive is CHEAPER to build, that's why lesser cars use it.
On the other hand, all wheel drive may be an option in the new Genesis.
#378 of 428 Re: Prices in NE [jlindh]
May 09, 2013 (3:48 pm)
YOU are correct..
i meant to say all wheel drive .The new Genesis model will offer it.
#379 of 428 Re: Prices in NE [brian125]
May 14, 2013 (2:32 pm)
My sisters score is 650(not sure which CRA) but, the dealer claims a close relationship with HFS and can get her the promo rate, implying other dealers cannot PUSH an approval.
Is this credible? Should she expect "hidden fees"? Do some Hyundai dealers have more authority with finance?
#380 of 428 Re: Prices in NE [stage4survivor]
May 31, 2013 (5:02 pm)
$10,000 off (almost 25% off!) on a loaded 3.8 Genesis sounds unbelievable!
Around here I'm seeing $6500 off total, after a $1500 competitive upgrade, $1000 finance-with-Hyundai offer, and $4000 in dealership incentives.
"Here" is Texas.
#381 of 428 Re: Prices in NE [dclive]
Jun 01, 2013 (4:22 am)
You have to remember the 2014 Genesis will be redesigned and updated. This new make over Genesis will be out at the end of the year. The outdated/ outgoing model will be priced to sell.
You will get a great deal on a 2013 after the summer. Dealers will be dying to clear there lots and inventory to make room for the 2014. Hyundai discounts big time on there vehicles.