A rear pass-through is provided. We were impressed with the big when it touched down three years ago as a 2009 model, but domestic automakers like and have since sharpened their game in a big way. A 300-watt Infinity audio system is available, as are heated seats. Average time on market: 26 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: Sapphire Blue P Description: Used 2011 Hyundai Genesis 4. In front, bucket seats are padded and formed well, not thickly bolstered as sports sedans might be, but cozy, with good knee room. Built with precision and excellence in mind, my Hyundai Genesis definitely delivered a lot of bang for the buck.
The Hyundai Genesis Coupe, a sportier variant built on the same rear-drive platform, is covered in a separate report in the Cars. There was a very mechanical feel to the shifter, so much so that we could almost feel the teeth of the gears meshing together with each shift. The exact text will differ depending on the actual application you have running. The Hyundai Genesis already had a very impressive array of standard luxury and entertainment features, and for 2011 it gets even better. It accelerates with just a hint of turbo lag, but the car never comes across as flat-footed. Automotive trim-level packaging is a bit of an odd science.
Recall Date 2014-11-07 Description Hyundai Motor America Hyundai is recalling certain 2009-2011 Hyundai Genesis vehicles manufactured April 30, 2008, to November 21, 2010, and 2011 Hyundai Equus vehicles manufactured July 31, 2010, to November 21, 2010. Primary Use: Commuting to work Pros: I can't say enough about this car. In either model, a six-speed automatic shifts gears almost invisible, snapping off highly isolated, Lexus-like shift even at full throttle. The Infinity sound system is ok but then again I've been spoiled by my Maxima's Bose system over the past year. The foot pedals are where the driver's feet expect; heel and toe with the 6 speed manuals could be easier but doesn't demand a stretch or awkward ankle twist. An X indicates that the vehicle was not manufactured for a specific year.
Advanced five-link front and rear suspensions, rear-wheel drive, and a rigid unibody structure give the Genesis the engineering to compete with those cars. Factor in our fifth-gear issues and the clutch's sometimes too-quick engagement and you've got a recipe for a lurching, jarring, grinding ride. Six trims are offered, including three for each engine type, which are designated 2. The Genesis Coupe was launched as a 2010 model. A Technology Package is still available on V-6 models and most of those Genesis 4. But its dimensions allow for plenty of interior room and a sizable trunk. Inside the more powerful Coupe 3.
The front end is an intriguing collage of swoops and scoops. Interior revisions for 2011 add to the appeal. The quality of the interior is akin to the companies it is set to compete against. Moving up to the 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3. Dynamically, the four- and six-cylinder Genesis Coupe models are different animals. The M gets comparable fuel economy, but the Genesis has a more refined interior, according to reviewers. Standard safety equipment in the 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe includes front seat-mounted side airbags, side-curtain bags, and whiplash-preventing active head restraints, along with anti-lock brakes with brake assist, and stability control.
Knobs, buttons and rocker switches for the audio and climate management controls are large and logically located, with audio controls up top for ready access requiring minimal shift of the driver's line of sight away from the road ahead, to which a low dash gives bay window-like visibility. The 2011 took care of a lot of issues that I read about in the forums prior to buying it, regarding the suspension, and a few other things. Character lines echoing the shape of the grille flow into the hood and resolve themselves at the front pillars. Body styles: Sedan Engines: 3. It has reduced body roll than the 2010 for sure and the dampening holds the car pretty tight. The Genesis rides well, ironing out most bumps with little effect on passengers.
In several drives of previous-model-year Genesis Coupes, we've found them to be tightly built and well assembled, with surprisingly little road noise and wind noise. The drooping, teardrop rear window both looks good and helps improve driver visibility. The 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is attractive, and easy to spot from a distance, thanks to the unique styling using a bold Z-shaped character line visible along the side, plus a dip in the glass toward the rear of the cabin. Even the base four-cylinder car comes with 18-inch wheels; 19-inch rims are also available. Dynamically, the four- and six-cylinder Genesis Coupe models are different animals.
Tire sizes are staggered front-to-rear for better grip. The recall began on March 23, 2015. Whether you'll have this problem or not depends on how your particular paired phone stores and reports its entries. The Genesis was Hyundai's first true luxury sedan when it was introduced two years ago, and it's clear in looking throughout the cabin that the automaker put a priority on interior room. Dominated by plenty of excellent stitching, perforated leather and attractive wood accents, the cabin made it clear that the Korean sedan wasn't playing around.
The Genesis is certainly no slouch with the V-6, which provides swift acceleration, but the V-8 is truly quick—especially considering its price that's only slightly higher than rival V-6 models. The navigation option features a central multimedia controller for the radio, navigation system, iPod interface, trip computer, Bluetooth phone, and settings in the Driver Information System. It is not very good. Though the Genesis has lots of styling cues seem more familiar than fresh, it also has its share of distinct pieces, like its bright, wide grille. Performance: Every day is a track day The Genesis Coupe starts with the conventional 3. Don't expect to find heated or cooled seats or dual-zone climate control from the 300, though.
The Genesis Coupe offers a choice of engines, between a turbocharged, 210-horsepower four-cylinder and a 360-hp V6. The Hyundai Genesis Coupe, a sportier variant built on the same rear-drive platform, is covered in a separate report in the Cars. The 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is attractive, and easy to spot from a distance, thanks to the unique styling using a bold Z-shaped character line visible along the side, plus a dip in the glass toward the rear of the cabin. The base engine is a 290-horsepower, 3. Other primary competitors include the Buick Lucerne, Chrysler 300 and Toyota Avalon.