2019 Genesis G70 Sedan

2019 Genesis G70
MSRP range
$34,900 - $52,250
2019 Genesis G70

What’s new

  • The 2019 G70 is an all-new car
  • Part of the first G70 generation introduced for 2019


  • Sporty, fun-to-drive character
  • Some excellent upscale design touches
  • Excellent warranty coverage
  • Lots of features and tech for the price


  • Cramped back seat
  • Infotainment screen out of a Hyundai
  • Some cabin materials are subpar for the class
  • Manual transmission isn't as engaging as it could be

Which G70 does Edmunds recommend?

Get the 3.3T Advanced. It comes with the strong V6 engine plus a lot of standard features. The car is the most engaging to drive with rear-wheel drive, but the all-wheel-drive system only diminishes that personality slightly. Paying more for one of the top-level V6 trims is fine — the Prestige's quilted leather is very well executed, for instance — but you won't miss out on anything truly important.

Edmunds' Expert Review

Overall rating

Genesis is a new brand with a limited product portfolio, but so far we've been impressed. The big G90 sedan offers an exceptional level of luxury for less money than competitors, while the midsize G80 delivers an impressive blend of power, performance and refinement. Now comes the smallest sedan of the lineup, the all-new 2019 Genesis G70.

From a driving perspective, the G70 shines. Particularly when equipped with its optional turbocharged V6, the G70 provides lively and entertaining performance. This performance doesn't come at the expense of comfort either. The ride quality is compliant, and the cabin is quiet at highways speeds. This balanced approach is exactly what sedans such as the BMW 3 Series have done so well all these years.

There are some downsides. Genesis did a lot of work to make the interior look luxurious. There is quilted leather everywhere, lots of soft-touch surfaces, and a high level of attention to detail. But the Genesis can't hide all of its parent company's roots: The infotainment screen is pure Hyundai, and some of the plastics definitely don't live up expectations. Also, this is a compact luxury sport sedan in the classic sense. We appreciate the car's relatively tidy dimensions, but the trade-off is a very tight back seat.

There's a redesigned BMW 3 Series on the horizon, and it's packed with the latest technology and some other new tricks. You might also want to consider the well-rounded Audi A4 or the luxurious Mercedes C-Class. In general, though, you won't get as many features or as much engine for the money you'd spend on the Genesis. If you're looking for is an engaging entry-level luxury car (that also happens to have a best-in-class warranty), the 2019 Genesis G70 is worth checking out.

2019 Genesis G70 configurations

Genesis offers the 2019 G70 in a somewhat confusing array of trim levels that can be further enhanced with a few select option packages. The two main entry points are the G70 2.0T, which has a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (252 horsepower, 260 pound-feet of torque), and the G70 3.3T with its turbocharged 3.3-liter V6 (365 hp and 376 lb-ft).

The base car is the 2.0T Advanced. It has an eight-speed automatic transmission and either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Standard equipment highlights include 18-inch wheels, a hands-free trunklid opener, proximity entry with push-button start, power-adjustable front seats, simulated leather upholstery, a 60/40-split folding rear seat, dual-zone climate control, and auto-dimming rearview mirror.

Infotainment is handled by an 8-inch touchscreen system, three USB ports (two front, one rear), satellite radio, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. Active safety features and driver aids include forward collision alert with automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and adaptive cruise control. The G70 2.0T Advance with AWD also gets a heated steering wheel and a mechanical limited-slip rear differential as standard.

Next up is the 2.0T Elite. It adds LED headlights, a navigation system, parking sensors, power-folding and auto-dimming side mirrors, automatic wipers, a sunroof, a power-adjustable steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, driver-seat memory settings, a 15-speaker Lexicon sound system, and leather upholstery. On top of these features, you can also get the 2.0T Prestige (AWD only) that adds a head-up display, a wireless charging pad, a surround-view parking camera, heated rear seats and upgraded quilted leather upholstery.

The 2.0T Dynamic has all of the above plus 19-inch wheels, performance tires and a mechanical limited-slip differential on RWD cars. Accentuating these features is the 2.0T Sport, which is like the Dynamic but with unique 19-inch wheels, copper and black trim accents, and unique upholstery quilting.

The 2.0T Sport M/T trim is your only way to get a manual transmission. It starts with the 2.0T Advanced trim's features, then replaces the eight-speed automatic with a six-speed manual and the electric parking brake with a manual one. It also comes with 19-inch wheels, the limited-slip differential, Brembo brakes, a sport exhaust system good for 3 extra hp, and some of the features from the Elite (LED headlights, driver-seat memory settings, heated and ventilated front seats, power-adjustable steering wheel and Lexicon stereo).

Starting off the V6-equipped range is the 3.3T Advanced. Somewhat confusingly, though, it comes standard with most of the features of the 2.0T Elite. It also has Brembo brakes, a sport-tuned suspension, and 19-inch wheels with performance tires. Opting for AWD switches to 18-inch wheels and adds a heated steering wheel.

The other 3.3T trims (Elite, Prestige and Sport) follow the 2.0T progression, though there are a few minor differences with feature availability. Notably, the 3.3T Sport has an adaptive suspension.

At launch, two limited-edition models are available. The 3.3T Design starts with the Prestige trim, then adds exclusive forest green paint and cream leather upholstery with unique quilting, a premium cabin air filter, and special 19-inch alloy wheels. The 3.3T Dynamic builds on the 3.3T Sport with upgraded performance tires, upgraded brake pads, special suspension tuning and upgraded engine cooling.


The base 2.0T is reasonably strong for an entry-level engine, but the 3.3T is where the real action is. It provides excellent response and a nice snarl when you mash the gas. The automatic transmission responds quickly and smoothly and feels well-matched to both engines. Sadly, the six-speed manual feels a bit out of place, with slightly vague travel and an artificial delay in clutch engagement. As for handling, the G70 isn't a world-beater in terms of maximum sporting refinement. But both the steering and chassis are pleasantly communicative, making the limits easy to explore. It's a fun, lively car on the road.


The front seats are supportive and nicely padded, with effective heating and cooling functions. Ride comfort is quite good with both the standard and adaptive suspension setups, and on that count, the G70 can compete with other luxury marques in this class. Climate control is handled by a straightforward set of buttons and knobs and is easy to use.


There are some high-quality materials around the interior, and the various quilting patterns are executed impeccably. Still, there are some reminders of this car's Hyundai roots to be found if you go looking. Overall, controls are easy to locate and use. Front passengers won't have any issue with space, but most adults in the rear will find themselves wishing for more head- and legroom.


With just 10.5 cubic feet of trunk space, the G70 lags behind the class. Fortunately, the rear seats fold down to open up more space, and the trunk's wide opening and flat load floor make the space more usable. There are also a handful of useful little cubbies in the cabin. The tight back seat might make bulky rear-facing infant seats a challenge to fit.


For both better and worse, the technology in the G70 is borrowed straight from Hyundai. There's a solid set of features, and it's all very easy to use, but it's not as visually impressive as rival systems in this class. It also lacks some of the more advanced tech tricks that luxury automakers are known for.

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2019 Genesis G70 video

I'm here at Club Motorsports in New Hampshire to drive the all-new 2019 Genesis g70 this small sporty luxury car is meant to take on the likes of the BMW 3-series the Audi a4 and the mercedes-benz c-class Genesis is really aiming high with this so we have to answer the question have they done enough to compete with the Germans this car also shares a lot of its DNA with the kia stinger which is a car that we at Edmunds really like so the other question we have to answer today is is the g70 better than a kia but right behind me is a racetrack you know what's gonna happen next you may notice that my face looks a little funny right now and that's because I am on a race track in a twin turbocharged 365 horsepower v6 all-wheel-drive the all-wheel-drive system in this car normally sends 40% of the power to the front wheels and 60% to the rear it's capable of sending up to 90% to the rear wheels which means that if you step on it with the traction control turn totally off you can't drift this car at v6 makes good power we like this twin turbocharged motor in other Genesis products that we've seen it we like it in the kia stinger and it certainly works here as well [Music] yes yes I love a good straightaway oh the brakes are strong if you opt for the sport models you get these fat Brembo brakes and there's also a special dynamic package that's going to be available at launch that includes uprated pads this car handles really well I mean there's definitely some noticeable body roll here but I expect that from a luxury car and while I'm sure that detracts from its peak performance potential means it's just going to be more comfortable on the road this isn't a car that it's gonna beat you up when you're driving around you're actually going to be able to enjoy it really I'm I'm impressed with the way that it corners the turn in is so sharp there's a ton of grip from these summer tires and there's not really a tendency to understeer here that's one of the things I'm pretty impressed with whoof that all-wheel drive system just absolutely puts the power down so quickly paddle shifts from the automatic gearbox are very quick I usually really like it it's a rev-matching 8-speed automatic and it executes the shifts so quickly it's really sharp this car isn't a track monster this car isn't about wringing every last second out of your lap time as that body roll can attest to but it's a lot of fun to drive out here well it was a lot of fun but you know you're probably not gonna drive this car on the track a whole bunch so maybe we should find out what it's like on a real Road and talk about what this car be like to live with the most obvious way that Genesis differentiated the g70 from the kia stinger is with the exterior design you'd see this front end of course is entirely different and along the sides you get these long flowing lines and some muscular bulges to give it a different look a less obvious difference when you're just standing next to the car is that its wheelbase is actually three inches shorter than the Kia Stingers wheelbase now this is paid off in a few ways the car is a little bit more athletic the shorter wheelbase helps it rotate more like a sports car and it's also saved some weight we don't have official numbers yet though so I can't tell you exactly how much weight but Genesis says it's pretty significant there are some downsides to losing that length though the rear seat of the G 70 is really only suitable for children or small adults it's pretty tight back there and around the back this is a traditional sedan instead of a hatchback so there's a little less usable space in the trunk when I first saw pictures of the interior of the g70 I was a little trepidatious the center console really looked a lot like what we had seen in the stinger and I was worried that it wouldn't differentiate itself enough now they have sort of rearranged some of the controls a little bit and they've reskin stuff with some nicer materials one big difference in the center console between the kia stinger and this particular car is this right here the manual shifter - like the stinger there are two basic power trains available you have a 252 horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder and you have a 365 horsepower twin turbocharged v6 both of these you can get with either all-wheel drive or just rear-wheel drive now if you opt for the v6 you get a limited slip differential in the back whether you get all-wheel drive or just rear-wheel drive which is really neat it gives the car a lot of character when you're driving it and it sets it apart from some of the other all-wheel drive luxury cars that are just you know really more focused on the extra traction if you offer the manual you get the limited slip differential in the back you get Brembo brakes that are also standard on the v6 you don't get the top trim level options you don't get leather seats you don't get the quilted leather I've got cooled seats in here but I'm just sitting on the leatherette they figure that if you want the manual transmission you're more interested in driving dynamics and less interested in all the features this car has all of the technology you'd expect from a luxury car you get adaptive cruise control standard except in a manual you get all of the active safety features you expect like blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert you get an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android auto and apple carplay and as you move up through the trim levels you also get things like a surround view camera you can get a wireless charging pad for your cell phone they talked about the engines on track they're pretty strong that six-cylinder pulls pretty well and especially when you're driving it on the street it feels more than ample the 4-cylinder I mean its 250 horsepower it's not quite as punchy obviously with the manual transmission it it matches pretty well I think especially as you're moving through the gears the second and third gear pull feel pretty good feels punchy as you get going but you do run out of gas Pat higher speed with the 4-cylinder it's definitely got a little bit more trouble trying to accelerate for a pass at freeway speeds at the highest trim level you do get adaptive suspension which has selectable modes the ride with adaptive suspension is really nice the standard suspension is a little stiff I mean it's definitely tending towards the sporty end of the spectrum but it handles bumps well it definitely takes the edges off of bigger impacts and it avoids any sort of bounciness it feels settled it feels pretty good we don't have final pricing yet but they have given us some estimates the genesis is going to start at about $35,000 for that you'll get the 8-speed automatic transmission and the 2-liter turbocharged engine as you start going up through the trims you're gonna get into the 50s I think that for a v6 in a higher trim level you're going to be looking at around $50,000 so the pricing is actually pretty competitive you're getting a lot of features you're getting a lot of good stuff in this car for a pretty reasonable price and I think that's why you would choose this car you know the Germans are good cars none of them are bad they're all engaging to drive and they're all they're all sporty and fun but I actually do think that the Genesis has its own personality it does something a little different and it lets you have some fun and it lets you be comfortable and it gives you all of the features that you're looking for in a package that stands out a little bit from its competitors we had some fun today but what have we learned we started off with two questions first has Genesis differentiated the g70 enough from the kia stinger I gotta say yes there's definitely some similarities when you get into it but in terms of the driving dynamics in terms of the the feel of the car on the road and in terms of just some of the luxury upgrades that you get like that really lovely quilted leather I think they've done enough to make this the kind of vehicle that you would consider entirely separately from the Stinger especially if you don't need the extra trunk space or you don't need a large backseat you're just gonna have more fun in the g70 but how does the g70 stack up to its German competitors well something like the Audi a4 is gonna have a lot more pretty technology in it the fancy screens and gizmos that that give you some wow factor there well something like the mercedes-benz c-class that's got an interior design that just has a lot of that mercedes class to it this car doesn't quite have the same wow factor on those fronts as its rivals from Germany but it's got its own character and it's a character that I really like I think that the driving dynamics of this car the way that it feels on the road the way it communicates what it's doing those are gonna be some of the reasons that people will buy this car it doesn't hurt that it has a lot of equipment for a reasonable price and it comes with a hundred thousand mile warranty those are pretty compelling bonuses well I really enjoyed my time with the g70 today and I think it's a contender in this class but we can't give you our official verdict just yet that's gonna have to wait until we can get a g70 into our office and ring it out on our test track and really do a full rating and review so stay tuned to Edmunds we'll have more about the g70 just as soon as we can get our hands on it if you like this video make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and check us out on Instagram Twitter and Facebook

2019 Genesis G70 First Drive

Edmunds Staff Writer Will Kaufman travels to New England to drive the all-new 2019 Genesis G70 on track and on the road. Genesis is aiming high with this sporty compact sedan, taking on the likes of the BMW 3 Series, the Audi A4 and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Can the G70 take on the Germans, or is this quick compact doomed to be an also-ran? Watch our First Drive video to find out.

Features & Specs

22 city / 30 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
252 hp @ 6200 rpm
18 city / 26 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
365 hp @ 6000 rpm
18 city / 25 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
365 hp @ 6000 rpm
18 city / 25 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
365 hp @ 6000 rpm
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Our experts’ favorite G70 safety features:

Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
Alerts the driver to potential obstacles, including pedestrians, and applies the brakes to avoid a collision if the driver takes no action.
Blind-Spot Collision Warning
Illuminates warning lamps in the car's mirrors if another vehicle is in the car's blind spot, and sounds a warning if a lane change might cause an accident.
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning
Warns the driver of approaching cross traffic when the car is reversing out of a parking space or driveway.

Genesis G70 vs. the competition

2019 Genesis G70

2019 Genesis G70

2018 Genesis G80

2018 Genesis G80

Genesis G70 vs. Genesis G80

The Genesis G80 is a midsize luxury sedan, one step up from the G70 in terms of interior space, luxury equipment and power. Engines range from a 311-horsepower V6 to a 420-horsepower V8, and the driving experience is refined. Like the G70, the G80 offers a great warranty and a price that undercuts competitors.

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Genesis G70 vs. Infiniti Q50

The Q50 is a sporty luxury sedan that's a joy to drive, but it's definitely showing its age. A turbo four-cylinder and a turbo V6 are available, but both make less power than the G70 unless you opt for the top-tier Red Sport 400 — which, appropriately, makes 400 horsepower. The Q50's interior design and infotainment features are definitely behind the curve.

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Genesis G70 vs. Audi A4

The Audi A4 has been the go-to choice for tech lovers in the compact luxury segment, with Audi's excellent infotainment system and features such as Virtual Cockpit that add a lot of flair. It's also roomy and good to drive, although it doesn't deliver the same thrills as the G70 3.3T. (The more powerful S4, however, is another matter.) One definite advantage of the Audi is the bigger rear seat.

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2019 Genesis G70 Sedan for Sale

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2019 Genesis G70 First Drive

Personality Makes the G70 Stand Out From the Crowd

byWill Kaufman, Content Strategist and News Editor July 16th, 2018

On my second lap of the excellent Club Motorsports track in New Hampshire, I discovered the previous driver had turned the traction control off. Surprising no one — except, in the moment, me — a 365-horsepower 2019 Genesis G70 will drift.

What would have been surprising just a few years ago is the idea of the Hyundai Motor Co. producing a small, sporty luxury sedan that's not only competent on a racetrack, but downright fun. Hyundai's Genesis brand is charting its own course and taking the Korean automaker in surprising new directions. In this case, that means taking aim at the German Big Three: Audi and the A4, BMW and the 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz and the C-Class. Does Genesis have a contender on its hands, or is the G70 destined to be another also-ran in a competitive segment?

The Kia Connection

The 2019 Genesis G70 shares much of its DNA with the Kia Stinger. You'll find the same engine options (a 252-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder and a 365-horsepower 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6) paired, for the most part, with an eight-speed automatic feeding power either to the rear wheels or to an all-wheel-drive system. Hop in the cabin, and Stinger fans will note a familiar-looking center console topped by a very, very familiar 8-inch infotainment screen.

Look closer, though, and the G70 starts to set itself apart. For starters: It's a sedan and not a hatchback. Then there's the fact that the G70's wheelbase is about 3 inches shorter than the Kia Stinger's, a difference that Genesis representatives say helps contribute to a lower weight. In the middle of the G70's rear axle (on most versions of the car) lives a traditional mechanical limited-slip differential rather than the electronically controlled unit found on the Stinger.

Then there's the stuff that's harder to see, such as adjustments and calibrations, tweaks to the suspension, transmission and steering. All the wizardry that separates a well-conceived car from a well-executed car.

Also: quilted leather. Lots of quilted leather.

Emphasis on the Compact

The compact G70's shorter length means it has less trunk space and less rear-seat room than the midsize Stinger. The back seat is quite tight — there's less rear leg- and headroom than the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series or Mercedes C-Class. In practice, it's a space best reserved for children or small adults.

Since we're starting with the bad news, here's the rest: The technology isn't fully competitive with luxury compacts. While the G70 has everything you expect from a luxury car, from standard active safety features and driver aids to a head-up display and support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, the look and feel of everything is distinctly Hyundai. That means it all works and it's easy to use, but it lacks the visual appeal baked into the German brands.

A True Competitor

In terms of comfort, quiet and materials quality, the G70 checks all the luxury boxes. The seats support a full day of driving comfort, and the quilted leather found on mid- and high-level trims looks and feels great. Around the cabin you'll find more leather and soft-touch materials alongside real aluminum trim and knurling on the plastic knobs. Genesis keeps getting better at this part of the equation, and the G70 benefits with an interior that looks and feels like it belongs in a luxury vehicle.

Even better, though, is the way it drives, especially if you opt for the V6. Power delivery is strong and both the all- and rear-wheel-drive versions put the power down quickly and with authority. The transmission is quick on its toes, executing shifts smoothly and immediately and holding gears when you want it to. It also responds rapidly to inputs from the wheel-mounted paddle shifters, making them rewarding to use.

Turn-in, especially on the available summer tires, is sharp, and the steering provides actual feedback from the road. The brake pedal is also communicative, and the Brembo brakes that come on all V6 models and AWD four-cylinder models are impressively capable. Even at the end of my fifth run down Club Motorsports' front straight, dragging the car down from 120 mph to make Turn One, I didn't notice appreciable fade.

Body roll is apparent during rapid weight transitions, but once you're in a turn the suspension loads up and the vehicle stabilizes. Much to my relief, the chassis is communicative once the suspension is loaded. Because between that, the steering feel and the responsive throttle, my surprise oversteer experiment was easy to recover from — and made me want to do it again.

Manual Labor (of Love)

Owing to the G70's driver's car intentions, it's available with a six-speed manual transmission. It only comes with the four-cylinder, but opting for the manual means you get a rear-wheel-drive car with Brembo brakes, a sport exhaust, some weight-reduction measures, and, of course, the limited-slip differential.

Here's the bad news: The automatic is quicker and more satisfying. That's not to say the manual is bad, though. The clutch pedal is light but has a clear uptake point, and the shifter provides solid, positive engagement points. But the throws are a bit long, and travel is somewhat vague. There's also a moment right after you engage the clutch where power delivery lags. The overall sensation is just not as sharp as the units you'll find (with increasing rarity) in the German competitors.

Priced to Move

The G70 should start around $35,000 for a basic four-cylinder car, and for about $50,000 you should be able to get into a top-trim V6. That's a compelling price for a luxury compact that includes a powerful engine with performance upgrades, all the technology features (including adaptive suspension), and the fancy quilted premium leather interior. It doesn't hurt that you get a 100,000-mile warranty along with three years of free maintenance and valet service for appointments.

While a final verdict has to wait until we've run the G70 through our full testing process, a day on a racetrack and the road left me impressed. There are some weaknesses, like the tight back seat and how it falls short of the Germans in the appearance of its entertainment screen. But the 2019 Genesis G70 feels lively and eager, and it's engaging to put down a road. The quality, features, warranty, and price make it an intriguing compact luxury car to begin with, but the character makes it a contender in this class.

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2019 Genesis G70 Sedan Overview

The 2019 Genesis G70 Sedan is offered in the following styles: 2.0T Advanced 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 3.3T Advanced 4dr Sedan (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A), 3.3T Advanced 4dr Sedan AWD (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A), 3.3T Dynamic 4dr Sedan AWD (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A), 3.3T Dynamic 4dr Sedan (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A), 2.0T Advanced 4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 3.3T Design 4dr Sedan AWD (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A), 3.3T Design 4dr Sedan (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A), and 2.0T Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6M).

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