2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe ratings and reviews

Upgrades made their way to the Hyundai Genesis Coupe for 2013, focusing on making the sporty car more athletic and powerful than previous models. A new transmission and more horsepower and torque weren’t the only changes, though; the Genesis Coupe also received new style elements and features in its exciting lineup of six trims to give drivers just about everything they want and need. The base model, 2.0T, includes cruise control, air conditioning, automatic headlights, and remote keyless entry, while 2.0T R-SPEC adds 19-inch wheels, Brembo brakes, and special badging and 2.0T Premium gets a sunroof, navigation, and a 10-speaker premium sound system. The 3.8T R-SPEC trim swaps the engine for a V6 and includes a track-tuned suspension, but otherwise mostly mirrors the 2.0T R-SPEC. 3.8T Grand Touring piggybacks off 2.0T Premium, but with a sport-tuned suspension and heated mirrors, while 3.8T Track gets aero wiper blades and a rear spoiler.

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Upgrades made their way to the Hyundai Genesis Coupe for 2013, focusing on making the sporty car more athletic and powerful than previous models. A new transmission and more horsepower and torque weren’t the only changes, though; the Genesis Coupe also received new style elements and features in its exciting lineup of six trims to give drivers just about everything they want and need. The base model, 2.0T, includes cruise control, air conditioning, automatic headlights, and remote keyless entry, while 2.0T R-SPEC adds 19-inch wheels, Brembo brakes, and special badging and 2.0T Premium gets a sunroof, navigation, and a 10-speaker premium sound system. The 3.8T R-SPEC trim swaps the engine for a V6 and includes a track-tuned suspension, but otherwise mostly mirrors the 2.0T R-SPEC. 3.8T Grand Touring piggybacks off 2.0T Premium, but with a sport-tuned suspension and heated mirrors, while 3.8T Track gets aero wiper blades and a rear spoiler.
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