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Hyundai Genesis Review

August 6, 2015

With one more day until the weekend, we’re already getting ready to wind down after the working week – and if you fancy a little light reading to propel you towards Friday, we’ve got just the thing. In today’s Hyundai Genesis review, we’re getting to grips with the most luxurious model in the Korean manufacturer’s line-up – exploring everything you need to know about design, performance and tech.

Fancy getting your hands on a sleek saloon of your own? Keep reading to find out how our flexible car finance deals could help you.

hyundai genesis

Original image by Joe Miserendino

Design

Rivals come in the shape of the Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series, but at almost 5 metres long, the Hyundai Genesis saloon offers bags more interior space and storage – and the practical shape of the 493 litre boot makes it ideal for any extra carry-ons. Scattered throughout the cabin are any number of storage spaces; including a large glovebox and generously sized door bins – providing plenty of practicality over journeys of any distance.

The Hyundai Genesis scores well when it comes to comfort, as there’s plenty of up front and rear legroom for passengers of any shape and size. Taking the lead from its German competitors, both in and out of the cabin, the Genesis is handsomely styled with plenty of aesthetic appeal.

Performance & Handling

For the European market, there’s only one engine powering the Hyundai Genesis: a 3.8 litre V6. Performing well on the motorway or in the city, the Genesis sprints from 0-62mph in 6.8 seconds and has a claimed fuel economy of 24.4mpg.

It’s unlikely you’re buying an executive model for driving thrills – and while the Genesis won’t pack the most powerful punch, it benefits from light handling, making it a composed cruiser.

Features

With tons of high tech kit available, the Hyundai Genesis warrants every penny of its price tag. Standard equipment includes heated and cooled leather seats, 3 zone climate control and a Sat Nav system – as well as an 8 inch touchscreen, 14 speaker sound system, panoramic sunroof and Bluetooth connection.

Hyundai Genesis Finance

If you’re in the market for a saloon but still want change from your 50k, the Hyundai Genesis speeds in at £48,005 – but if your new wheels are beyond your budget, we can help. At the Car Loan Warehouse, we’re committed to offering flexible car finance deals – with realistic payments that you can afford.

So if you want to find out more about our car finance options, apply now – or alternatively, head over to our online car finance calculator for a quick quote today.

About The Author

Jon Le Roux is co-founder and company director of The Car Loan Warehouse. Being a mad engineering and motorsport enthusiast, I spend more hours than is healthy, watching, reading or talking about cars, boats, motorbikes…..basically anything with an engine.