2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Grand Touring 2dr Coupe w/Navigation (3.8L 6cyl 6A)
I can see why Hyundai now has a trade in assurance program so you can get some value for ther cars. I bought a 2010 genesis 3.8 fully loaded with navagational for $30,000.
They still sell 2011 and 2012 for around the same price. Bottom line, don't expect much for your trade.
My 2010 was show room condition with only 5,250 miles when I traded it in, after fighting for about a hour, I recieved 21,000 for my trade in.
This car performed well, great power, so so handing, was totally un-comfortable on the open roads. With all the commertials from Hyundai saying they where #1 in customer satisfaction, I would never buy anoyher Hyundai again.
unfortunatley both my son's bought Hyundai, never ag
Sliding sun roof, powerful eng, nav, electric every thing;
all the toy's they throw in for free to help them sell these cars, you will pay for them later!!!
Transmission skips all over the place in gears 1-3.
Seat bealts are hard to reach and put on. The backs seats are worthless, totally un-confortable with no leg room. padles on the stearing wheel are worthless, if it's a sports car, it should come with a rear spoiler. both front seats should be electronicaly control, put on a rear wiper
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