2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Review - Kelley Blue Book

FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/hyundai/genesis/ Hyundai Genesis Coupe. Kelley Blue Book drives the all-new Hyundai Genesis Coupe. Plus, kbb's Jack Nerad gets the 411 on this segment-changing car from Derek Joyce of Hyundai.

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5 Reasons I HATE My Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T!
Like us on Facebook..facebook.com/honda4ridered Follow us on Instagram..@honda4ridered This video shows 5 reasons that are not perfect for every potential owner of the 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T. Don't overthink this video. It's more intended for a potential Genesis Coupe owner. If someone is looking to buy this car and use the rear seats for people, well, that's not what this car is intended for. The seats are great for storage space and luggage, which is all I ever use them for. But if you do plan to use the rear seats and have this as a family car, you should probably buy a sports sedan instead. Overall though, for me, the seats serve there function for backpacks and extra space. It can be annoying to have to dig your key out of your pocket to open the trunk if your hands are full. I have noticed that with grocery shopping and traveling with a loaded up car, it would be a bit more convenient to tap a button on the trunk rather than digging out the key in my pocket. Obviously that's not even close to being a real issue, but since I use the trunk a lot It could be more convenient. For some reason I always have trouble getting things out of my pockets, I need bigger pockets! LOL. This car really does need a tune to fully optimize my bolt on parts and truly get all the power out of the turbo. Once I get a custom BTR Tune, it will be good to go! It has the potential! The 6 speed manual paired to the 2.0T can get around 35mpg on the highway. But with the 5 speed AT, I have to go less than 72mph to get up to 30mpg. I could care less about gas millage because I don't put a lot of miles on the car, but I am a fan of efficiency. If it has been raining and your car has been sitting outside, the water collects on the rear glass making it difficult to see out. That's a typical coupe issue. But a 350z does offer a windscreen wiper back there. I would still stick with no wiper blade back there because it looks better with out one. But when backing into a parking space, visibility can be slightly limited. Overall those reasons don't make a big difference, the MPG difference without a 6th gear doesn't make any kind of dent in my wallet since i work/school less than 3 miles from my house! The rear seats are perfect for what I use them for, but people do assume its a great 4 seat car just because it has rear seats. It's a 2+2 seater, and the seats are great for storage and if you desperately need to bring a 2nd passenger. Get a Golf or a WRX if you want sporty and family friendly rear seats. Also, the car is easily able to be custom tuned to crank out some serious power!! I have enjoyed this car to it's full potential over the past 3.5 years, and can't wait for more to come.





Hyundai Genesis Coupe (2+2s Pt.2) - Everyday Driver
The second of 3 parts on 2+2 sports cars. The guys test the newbie of the group, the Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8. How will the upstart do against the aging Mazda RX-8, and more luxurious Infiniti G37S? See more reviews at EverydayDriver.com





Car Tech 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe review
Hyundai fires a warning shot aimed at, well, everyone.




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