Hyundai Genesis 2015

Hyundai is one of the most well-known and ambitious brands in the automotive industry. One of Hyundai’s major goals heading into the future is to lift its image from being the maker of ‘value-for-money cars - introducing the new Hyundai Genesis 2015. It is here to take on the big-name European brands and prove that Hyundai is a game changer.
The Genesis is a large car - marginally bigger than the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon. It's also a little larger than the cars with which Hyundai would like to compete head on with - the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, BMW 5 Series and Audi A6.
The good and the bad
The good – The Hyundai Genesis is comfortable and luxurious and has the power of a V8 engine for a competitive price.
The bad – Fuel economy isn’t the highlight of this vehicle and the smart cruise control stop start function is a bit jerky.
Here are a few highlights and details of the Hyundai Genesis 2015:

  • Highest ANCAP safety rating ever recorded (36.88 out of 37)
  • 232kW/397Nm 3.8L V6 Petrol RWD Paired with an 8 Speed Automatic
  • German quality with a lower price tag
  • 5 Year Capped price servicing plan
  • Smooth, whisper quiet cabin and ride
  • Priced from $60,000
  • Warranty 5 years with unlimited kilometers
  • The engine is a 3.8-litre 6-cyl petrol, 232kW/397Nm
  • The transmission is 8-speed auto; RWD
  • Fuel economy: 11.2L/100km, 261g/km CO2 Tank 77L

Here is what Matt one of our novated lease consultant’s had to say about the Hyundai Genesis:
'When I first stepped into the Genesis, it definitely did not feel like I was sitting in a Hyundai. It had soft-touch leather seats, a large LCD screen and gadgets everywhere. Once on the road, the vehicle sat with a nice presence. The cabin was very quiet and ride very comfortable. I got a bit spirited with the accelerator and as the transmission kicked down a gear, the engine let out a roar and took off down the road. The power was effortless. I tested the Genesis at speeds around corners and it didn’t feel like as much of a barge as I thought. It seems like some of the luxury vehicles on the market now have some very affordable competition'.
If this sounds like a vehicle you may be interested in, contact our novated lease consultants to find out more about the Hyundai Genesis and Fleetcare novated leasing here.

Sourced from:

Back to previous page Back to main blog
Categories: Car Review
Blog post currently doesn't have any comments.
Leave comment

 Security code