2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track

Andrew Trahan

We'll have to drive a V-6 Genesis coupe into the office that is NOT equipped with the optional Track package, so we can see if its ride quality is dramatically better than our test car's. But overall, despite our few niggles, we've come away as impressed by the Genesis coupe as we were by its sedan sibling when it debuted last year. The Genesis coupe feels very well screwed together, has lots of power, and is just a little rough around the edges. It's a welcome addition to the rather modest list of affordable, rear-wheel-drive sport coupes.

Joe DeMatio, Executive Editor

MITSUMAN1
WHY CANT THE LOADED TRACK MODEL BE 25,000 NOW THATS A BARGIN! 30K IS TO EXPENSIVE FOR ME DONT WANT A $500+ DOLLAR CAR PAYMENT!
ConceptVBS
Try removing the sticker up on the sunroof's exterior visor. Most likely the dealer or Hyundai forgot to peel it off before handing your guys the keys.

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