2017 Genesis G80 ratings and reviews
Packed into the 2017 Genesis G80’s standard trim, the 3.8, is a new lineup of safety features to keep drivers focused on the road, like brake assistance, blind spot detection, high beam assist, and a lane-keeping system. The luxury sedan didn’t change its focus on power and efficiency, though, with its 311-horsepower engine that offers up to 18 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. Four-wheel independent suspension, heated mirrors, adaptive cruise control, a HomeLink garage door transmitter, and a navigation system are just some of the other standard features included in the 3.8. The 5.0 trim level upgrades the audio to a 17-speaker system, and boasts speed-sensitive volume control, a DVD player, a panoramic sunroof, and sunshades, although some of these features can be added to the 3.8 with packages. An impressive 60-month/60,000-mile warranty backs both trim levels, and multiple options, including roadside assistance, ensure that the G80 stays on the road.