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Fun sports car from Hyundai?!? Seriously. by An MSN Autos Consumer on 09/07/2009. Trim: 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Grand Touring Manual, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Sharp styling, turns heads, good performance, excellent premium audio, RWD. No need to buy premium gas.
Cons: A couple random rattles and creaks sometimes. Manual transmission notchy when cold.
Overall review: I've owned this car for 6 months now, and am very pleased with it. I didn't think I would ever be so excited about a Hyundai, but it's just a fantastic car. The car is stunning in person, pictures don't do it justice, you don't get the idea how wide and low it is.
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Surprised about performance by Bikereff from Arizona on 11/28/2011. Trim: 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track Auto, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Great ride, excellent throttle response. Comfortable seats. Better than stated (+28 mpg) gas mileage.
Cons: No way can an adult sit in the back. Stereo performance not as good as last car (RX8 with Bose system)
Overall review: Great car for the price. Very fun to drive. Steering response is very quick and the suspension was surprisingly smooth. Performance is excellent.
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nice starter sports coupe by An MSN Autos Consumer on 08/09/2009. Trim: 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track Manual, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: nice midsize- more room than a ciivic si or 370z- cheaper than a g37 decent mileage for a 300 + hp car
Cons: dirvers arm rest is too low xm does not display song/artist for only a few sec- will wait and see how resale value holds up
Overall review: nice entry level sports coupe unique styling g35 liite
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Is that really a Hyundai? by Jake from Wilmington on 04/30/2013. Trim: 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Manual, Owned 3 years.
Pros: This vehicle is an excellent blend of performance, sound, and efficiency. the GC is most fun on clear days with the traction control off. very responsive throttle. forgiving transmission. easy to powerslide/drift. Accessories are readily availble.
Cons: Often vehicle feels light. Whenever it rains/snows I put three bricks in the trunk to keep it from slipping. Some of the interior trim and finish is substandard. Inside looks like an elantra. backseat has no headroom for anyone over 5'2". Windows in doors sound like they are about to break when doors close. The ricer generation will surely pounce on this ride by 2015.
Overall review: The 3.8 GC is very worth it. It draws lots of good and bad attention. I would like to see an AWD version. I wish the Grand Touring model with a stick wasn't so much more expensive than the base 3.8. I almost got another Infiniti G Coupe.
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Hustle Car matches the Muscle Cars and a cost effective alternative to G37 by Sway on 02/15/2013. Trim: 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Grand Touring Auto, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Styling Racing inspired, well bolstered seats Horsepower and handling Standard 18" wheels (Standard 19" for Track edition) Average gas mileage Wide variety of aftermarket modifications available- exterior, interior and mechanical
Cons: Interior creak noises... dash, driver's seat Car sometimes dings when I'm leaving it, as if I left a light on or something, even though there is literally nothing that I need to be alerted to.
Overall review: I love this car! I was originally looking into a 2008 Pontiac G8 (V6), as I am born and raised GM. I ended up buying a 2010 Gen Coupe 3.8 Grand Touring edition. As another reviewer stated, photos don't do this vehicle justice. It is beautiful with a striking character line down the side and a low, very wide profile. Even a view of the rear end gives an aggressive stance. The design is really just excellent- even the HIDs. The 3.8 is powerful, the dual exhaust sounds great. I've had one issue with the push to start not working, which turned out to be a fault brake sensor that the dealership had replaced in about fifteen minutes. From what I've read, this is a semi- common issue among PtS vehicles. Before attempting a tow, the dealership suggested I hold the button for a full 45 seconds to "override" the system, which did work. However, I would not recommend relying on this trick when you are already away of an issue. Over all great vehicle!
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