Drove this brand new car to 175 miles and the engine light came on. A message appeared on the navi screen saying that a fault had been detected and the car should be service immediately. Car went to the dealer who said the problem was a coil was bad. Replaced it. Took the car home and parked in the garage. Next day started car and it was worse than before. Shaking, rattling, open door and steering wheel vibrating. Back to the dealer. Told by a dealer service person that they were consulting with Hyundai technicians to determine the problem. They called and said it was a problem with the fuel injection and that a new one was ordered and would be put in the next day. Got a voicemail from the district parts and service manager for Hyundai out of Atlanta. He said in his message that he and a Hyundai engineer were coming to Florida to diagnose the problem with my car. I called him back and left him a message saying that the dealer had said it was a fuel injection problem. Seems to me the right hand doesn't know that the left hand is doing. As of this writing still do not have my car back nor do I have any communication from any one at the dealership or Hyundai. If Hyundai is trying to build Genesis into a luxury brand like Lexus they have a long, long way to go. Received a call from the dealer service dept. saying vehicle was fixed and was running fine. I asked when it was going to returned and they very politely asked that they keep it for another 6 days to that the engineers from Hyundai good diagnose it. Car wont be returned until 03/29.
After 17 years of owning Lexus vehicles, I switched to the new Genesis G80. This is car is impressive. Tons of gadgets and features that enhance the drive. Power and acceleration is great too. Car includes 3 years of maintenance and 3 years of connected services. Frankly, Lexus is falling behind and Genesis is pulling out all the stops to gain a customer base. That's the best time to get one of these cars.
I have owned many nice cars in my life time of driving BMW, Infinity, Mercedes and a couple of Cadillacs and I have to admit after saying to my self many times " I WILL NEVER OWN A HYUNDAI " I finally broke down and bought the 2017 Genesis G80 and I am so so happy I did. It is NOT a perfect car BUT, for the money and quality of ride NOBODY can come close.
2017 Genesis G80 Review: I've had my G80 for over 2 weeks now. All I can say is WOW! I love the power, comfort, tech features and all the included warranties. I've test driven most of the mid-size luxury cars over the past 2 months, and was completely surprised by the Genesis G80. Driving up and down the SF Bay Area is suddenly fun, especially on 280! Everyone that's been in my G80 has been impressed by the plush interior, the quality leather, and the huge back seats. I love all the thoughtful features included in my G80 - automatic vehicle hold, which eases the stress of your commute in stop-and-go traffic, innovative hands-free trunk, which opens automatically if it detects your smart key as being nearby for more than 3 seconds. I also have piece of mind with the 10YR/100K Miles warranty. Additionally, the included "Valet Service" will pick up my car while they leave me with a Genesis loaner. This is very convenient, I'd never have to drop off my car for any service. The 311 horses under the hood gives me the power I need to drive up and down the Peninsula. In the past, we've owned the Lexus LS, Acura RL, and recently been test driving other German luxury cars. For us, it boiled down to value and how beautiful the car is. Other Genesis cars are coming, and Luc Donckerwolke (formerly with AUDI and BENTLEY) is in charge of the entire Genesis designs. We feel we've gotten a lot for our dollar with the G80 purchase. If you're in the market for a mid-size luxury sedan, do yourself a favor and test drive the G80. Thanks me later ;). Cheers!