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2016 Hyundai Genesis V8 Review

The Hyundai Genesis V8 isn't coming to Australia. And that's a real shame.

2015 Hyundai Genesis Ultimate: Week with Review

Mandy Turner - The Correspondent 2015 - discovers that while the 2015 Hyundai Genesis can easily be mistaken for an expensive European luxury car, to own one you don't have to dig quite as deep into your pockets…...

2015 Hyundai Genesis Sensory Review : Long-term report two

When the Hyundai Genesis joined the CarAdvice long-term test fleet we had many of the same questions as you. Is it properly luxurious? How’s the real world fuel consumption with that thirsty V6? Will people stump up $70K for a Hyundai? Having spent several thousand kilometres behind the wheel of the mid-spec Genesis Sensory, the answers are becoming clearer...

Hyundai Genesis Review : LT1

The new Hyundai Genesis is a luxury car that is likely to find its way onto some fleets, and for six months it’s joined ours. If you haven’t had a chance to read our extensive coverage of the Genesis so far – including a twin test with the BMW 528i – CarAdvice’s latest long-termer is a highly noteworthy Hyundai...

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Hyundai Genesis Videos

2016 Hyundai Genesis 5.0 V8 Ultimate Review

In the US, Hyundai offers a V8-powered version of its Genesis luxury sedan. But Australia - despite its strong history as a nation of V8 lovers - does not get the powered-up version. So, what's under the bonnet? It's a 5.0-litre V8 petrol engine producing 313kW of power and 519Nm of torque, which is about 30 per cent more than the V6 engine currently sold in the Genesis model sold here in Australia...

Hyundai Vision G Concept Design Interview : 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show

Read more here. Thomas Bürkle, Chief Designer at Hyundai, tells us about the concepts introduced with the Vision G, and how it will affect future Hyundai models. The design is said to be centred around the notion of chivalry, which apparently was “a word [that the design team] felt best defined the idea that one doesn’t need to shout to be noticed and respected”...

Hyundai Genesis Review : E-Class challenger or pretender?

CarAdvice finds out whether the German luxury brands should be worried by Korea's new $60,000 sedan.

Hyundai Genesis Review: First Drive in South Korea

Alborz Fallah drives the Hyundai Genesis in South Korea, an all-new luxury sedan that will redefine perceptions of the brand.

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Hyundai Genesis Comparisons

Luxury sedan comparison part one: Hyundai Genesis v Jaguar XF v Infiniti Q70 v Lexus GS v Skoda Superb

What is luxury? Is it power? Is it control? Is it desirability? All-out plushness? Or just space? Is it a combination of all of those things? And if it is a combination, to what degree does cost and inclusions play a part in determining the luxuriousness of a car? That's what this test aims to find out: we have five sedans here that have some or perhaps all of those aspects covered, though none of them are the usual suspects from Germany...

BMW 5 Series v Hyundai Genesis : Comparison review

Some might argue this is a pointless test. They’d say there’s not a chance in a fiery underworld that luxury car buyers entranced by the German badges could be swayed by one wearing the Hyundai ‘H’. Yet if it were accepted that unexpected upstarts couldn’t challenge the Germans, then everyone might have ignored a car that in 1989 spooked Audi, BMW and Mercedes with its remarkable build quality and regal levels of refinement...

Hyundai Genesis News

Toyota, Lexus veteran to head up Hyundai Genesis offshoot in Australia

Hyundai Australia has announced the appointment of Peter Evans to the role of General Manager for Genesis, where he will oversee sales, after sales, dealer development and - perhaps most important - marketing. First confirmed in September, the move marks the latest step in a 36-year career for Evans, who began with Ford in 1980 before moving on to roles with Toyota and its luxury arm Lexus...

Hyundai's Genesis luxury brand opens first Studio showroom in South Korea

Genesis has begun the first stages of distinguishing itself from parent company Hyundai, with a new ‘Studio’ showroom in South Korea to open its doors to the public on September 9. Now home to a G90, G80 (Hyundai Genesis) and G80 Sport, the new Genesis Studio is located in a newly-built cultural complex called ‘Starfield’, about 30 kilometres east of the South Korean capital of Seoul in the city of Hanam...

2017 Genesis G70 spied testing: Hyundai's luxury mid-sizer sneaks out

Hyundai's anticipated 2017 Genesis G70 sedan, confirmed late last year, has made its first public appearance - albeit in heavy camouflage. Announced in November, the G70 will be the second new model in Hyundai's offshoot Genesis brand, joining the existing large Genesis car - now called G80 - and the new limo-sized G90 unveiled in December...

Hyundai Genesis lessons surprising for brand

Hyundai admits it has learned from and been surprised by some of the challenges and requirements it has faced in selling the Genesis model in Australia. Speaking to CarAdvice in Canberra this week, Scott Grant, Hyundai Australia’s chief operating officer said the experience with Genesis so far have been invaluable...

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Hyundai Genesis Owner Reviews

2015 Hyundai Genesis (ultimate Pack) Review

I love it! I purchased only Cadillacs 1985 - 2015 (8). The Genesis is superior in all aspects other than trunk space and even that is close! Safety features and HUD led me to the Genesis. I never expected superior performance, mileage, and comfort!! On a road trip from IN to DE the 3...

2015 Hyundai Genesis (ultimate Pack) Review

Had the car 10 months now, clocked up 10,000 kms. and nothing has gone wrong - zero warranty work and no service charges. Radar cruise control and blind spot are both terrific and sorely missed when driving other cars. also reversing cameras and warnings. I drive in sports mode where there is more than enough zip but I have to select the mode each time I start the car - it should maintain the setting on shut down...

2014 Hyundai Genesis Review

This for anyone contemplating buying a Hyundai Genesis. First of all. This could be a great car but is only a good car. I have owned this car for approximately 10 months & have done 15000 km. There are 2 concerns - 1 steering and 2 Diff noise from 100k/h to 115 k/h Steering on faster bends tends to go from understeer to oversteer and is quiet unsettling...

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