http://www.epinions.com/review/2012_Hyundai_Genesis_epi/content_577173032580 long story short - the SRT8 is the better performer and the R-Spec is the better everyday driver's car. While the Genesis costs $47,000, gets better fuel economy and will save you more over the term of ownership, the SRT8 justifies it's $55,000 price tag with more features and moar power!!!

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