2016 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

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$26,950-$34,950
$25,612-$32,765
16 CITY / 24 HWY
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Overview

The Genesis comes in three trim levels, all powered by a 24-valve 3.8L direct-injected V6. Combined with either a 6-speed manual or an 8-speed automatic, it is capable of an impressive 348 horsepower and 295 lb-feet of torque.

18-inch alloy wheels are standard, as are projector-beam halogen headlights, power mirrors, windows and locks, remote proximity entry, automatic climate control, a leather steering wheel with cruise and audio controls, a CD stereo with SiriusXM satellite radio and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity.

Ultimate Genesis Coupes come with 19-inch wheels, a glass sunroof, HID headlamps, a 10-speaker stereo with navigation and leather seats.

R-Spec models, designed to be track-ready weekend racers, eschew a few standard items such as proximity key and climate control in favor of lightness and simplicity.

All Genesis coupe models feature front, side and side curtain airbags, stability control, traction control, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes with electronic brake force distribution and brake assist and active front head restraints. The Genesis comes with Hyundai's excellent bumper-to-bumper 5-year/60,000-mile warranty and 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, along with 24/7 roadside assistance for five years.

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