2011 Hyundai Genesis
in Aurora on autoExpert.ca # 51231

2011 Hyundai Genesis Sedan TECHNOLOGY - 4.6L/CLEAN CARFAX
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2011 Hyundai Genesis

  • Make: Hyundai
  • Model: Genesis Sedan TECHNOLOGY - 4.6L/CLEAN CARFAX
  • Year: 2011
  • Mileage: 155,998 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Drive Type: rwd
  • Doors: 4
  • Ext. Color: bronze
  • Int. Color: black
  • Engine: 8 cylinders
  • Fuel Type: unleaded
  • Stock no.: 51231

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We never really believed it when we first heard it, but Hyundai really is going after the Germans. The South Korean automaker has never found a segment they didn't like, but their quest for a foothold in the premium luxury segment is surprising. After all, Kia and Hyundai spent a very long time being associated with disposable cars. Quality was, and is still not the first thing that comes to mind when the brand's name is mentioned. Hyundai has decided that it's time to be taken seriously as a quality automaker. Hyundai has come a long way from the Excel in 1986. No longer do they need to offer 10 year warranties to reassure buyers. As well, part of their incentive is so that they don't have all their eggs in the cheap-car basket once China's automobiles arrive. Nobody wants to have to compete with China on price. In 2009, Hyundai launched the Genesis. This initial foray into the premium segment was under whelming. They imitated the styling of the big dogs, over delivered on features and undercut them on price, but they still weren't even close to being in the same ballpark. It suffered from poor handling, and even worse styling.
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