PREVIEW: 2015 Hyundai Genesis: Elegant, powerful

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The 2015 Hyundai Genesis, which will debut at dealerships in late April, has been redesigned and will start at $38,000 for the 3.8L V6 and $51,500 for the 5.0L V8 model.

Hyundai is touting the upscale sedan as the “the combination of bold design, superb driving dynamics, unmatched standard technology and attractive pricing positions.”


Model     Engine     Transmission     MSRP
3.8L RWD     3.8L V6     8-Speed A/T w/ SHIFTRONIC     $38,000
3.8L AWD     3.8L V6     8-Speed A/T w/ SHIFTRONIC     $40,500
5.0L RWD     5.0L V8     8-Speed A/T w/ SHIFTRONIC     $51,500

Freight charges for the 2015 Genesis are $950 and not included in the prices above.

The 2015 Hyundai Genesis has been redesigned inside and out.
The 2015 Hyundai Genesis has been redesigned inside and out.

The 2015 Genesis includes an all-new interior and exterior design, 8-inch navigation with rearview camera, paddle shifters, hill hold control, power folding outside mirrors, driver knee airbag, power height adjustable passenger seat, power lumbar passenger seat, HD radio, 4.3-inch TFT LCD cluster display, Hyundai’s Blue Link telematics system, SiriusXM Travel Link, a telescoping steering wheel, rear 1-touch up power windows and rain sensing wipers.

The Genesis 3.8L RWD has a MSRP of $38,000, excluding $950 freight
Genesis 3.8L AWD

Genesis 3.8L AWD has a MSRP of $40,500, excluding $950 freight, and includes all of the 3.8 RWD equipment plus: HTRAC AWD system, heated rear seats, heated steering wheel, headlamp washer. Several options packing are available for the 3.8L RWD and AWD trims.

The Genesis 5.0L RWD has a MSRP of $51,500, excluding $950 freight, and includes all of the Genesis 3.8L Technology Package equipment plus: 5.0L GDI DOHC V8, 19-inch Alloy wheels with P245/40R19 (Fr), P275/35R19 (Rr) All-Season tires, LED fog lamps, Quad exhaust tips, Illuminated door sill plates, Genuine matte finish wood trim & aluminum trim. It’s available with the 5.0L Ultimate Package.

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