Great car for the money! Wonderful ride, rich interior and solid performance. Technology lacking in the 2012 model. Bluetooth won’t stay programmed and backup camera view is minimal compared to today’s cars. Would still recommend it. Would definitely buy another Hyundai!
Only complaint I have is that the update to the GPS navigation system is not via cd or wireless and I was quoted a cost of about $325 to update. I use my I-phone to get addresses GPS doesn't have, a minor inconvenience but not worth $325 to correct.
2012 Hyundai Genesis 5.0 R-Spec 4dr Sedan (5.0L 8cyl 8A)
This car is a great weekend car but gets poor gas mileage since it's a V8 which we knew when we bought it. Do not buy if you have a far distance to work or driving a lot of miles every day. This is a great weekend car!
I was a dye hard in the wool Lincoln Town Car Fan, my last couple being a 2004 & 2010. Then they sent us searching elsewhere by discontinuing the Town Car. I was forced to shop elsewhere. It was my 13 year old son who introduced me to the Genesis. A single test drive in a 2012 Genesis 4.6 sedan and half way through I was asking if they had 2! My banker called it the corvette killer! I've actually had a vette, and that's a whole different world - let alone car. That is in no way a slight to my Genny! She is a beast, both a technology wizard, but with the old fashioned gumption to back it up!