The 2013 Hyundai Genesis is one of the nicest sedans on the market today. The reason behind this is the fact that Hyundai continues to find new ways to add luxurious amenities to their sedans while keeping the price in check.
2013 Hyundai Genesis Review
The Hyundai Genesis 2013 edition has a nice 3.8 liter V6 engine under the hood to give it plenty of power for whatever kind of driving you plan on doing. With 333 horsepower, it can go from 0-60 in five and a half seconds. You really don’t have to ever worry about not being able to go fast enough or to accelerate quick enough with the Hyundai Genesis.
In addition to the 3.8 liter V6, you can upgrade to the 4.6 or 5 liter V8 engine to give you an impressive amount of power for a vehicle of its size. Whether you are driving on the highway, or driving in the city, you Genesis will be able to get you around quickly and in luxury with its numerous extra features.
Comfort in the Hyundai Genesis
The Hyundai Genesis for 2013 has been overhauled to include rear heated seats so that passengers in the backseat can enjoy most of the comforts of front seat riders. In addition to the seats, there is a new LCD screen in the middle of the gauges which lets the driver know approximately what the average speed of the drive has been, and how long the trip is, letting you know if you are making good time when you are going somewhere on vacation.
The touch screen control panel in the dash is a very nice touch for 2013 Hyundai Genesis owners since you can control most aspects of the car, including the climate controls, and the built in GPS navigation system can let you rest assured that your GPS will never run out of juice again. Memory controls allow the car to automatically set itself up to whatever the programmed settings are for a particular driver. This is especially convenient if you don’t want to be re-adjusting the seats every time a spouse or child drives the car.
With the standard Hyundai Genesis 2013 version, you can expect to get around 19 MPG in the city and 29 MPG on the highway. At first, this may seem a little low, but it is important to remember that you are getting a larger engine along with your sedan. Bigger engines usually fare a little worse with fuel efficiency, but the Hyundai Genesis still does fairly well overall when it comes to how much gas it is going to guzzle.
Depending on what you primarily plan on using your Genesis for, you may want to look into getting a bigger engine. With the larger engines, your fuel efficiency is going to go down further, while at the same time, your power, top speed, and acceleration are all going to go up. There is certainly a trade off if you want a larger engine, but it can be worth it if you are going to make good use of it.
Hyundai Genesis Pricing
For the standard sedan version, you would normally be looking at around $32,000 not including taxes or title fees. The value you are getting at that price point is extremely good, you will be hard pressed to find a similar sedan that offers as many extras as the 2013 Hyundai Genesis for close to the same price. If you are looking to get one with a large capacity engine, you could end up spending upwards of $42,000 and for most consumers, it may not be worth it. However, if you like the feeling of having a large engine in your car, it might just be exactly what your looking for.
The Hyundai Genesis has always been one of the most reliable cars on the road due to its solid structure and proven track record at holding up under stress. If you are looking for a sedan that offers many of the things a luxury car does, but at a fraction of the price, give the Hyundai Genesis a shot, you will probably be glad that you did.