2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Review | MPGomatic | Where Gas Mileage Matters

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Hyundai Genesis Coupe

2010 Hyundai Genesis Review

MPG-o-Matic 2010 Genesis Coupe Review The 2010 Hyundai Genesis goes to battle with the V6 of America’s legacy rear-wheel-drive pony cars, carving the as it carves its niche. Eye-opening solid handling, a high of drivability, a host of in-cabin and the potential of 30 miles per gallon on the provide stiff competition for the

The RWD 2010 Hyundai Genesis is offered in a slew of variations the choice of a 2.0-liter turbo or naturally-aspirated 3.8-liter V6 engine. We the V6 Grand Touring model. The V6 produces 306 horsepower (HP) and 266 pounds of torque and can be mated to a automatic or six-speed manual

The official fuel economy for the V6-equipped 2010 Genesis are 17 city / 27 highway miles per (MPG) when equipped the automatic transmission and 17 / 26 with the The turbocharged 2.0-liter four engine delivers better with the automatic rated at 20 / 30 highway and the manual rated at 21 / 30.

We roughly five hundred in our automatic-equipped Tsukuba Red review and slipped past the official estimates, scoring an average of MPG on the Interstate highway and 24.7 MPG

The 3.8-liter engine delivers performance, and the Genesis proved to be the V6-equipped 2010 Sport we’ve tested to date. will change with the model year, as Ford and up the ante.)

Overall test temperatures ranged from the forties through the low-seventies. highway testing temperatures in the low-to-mid sixties. The test was delivered with approximately miles on the odometer and was equipped the standard 18-inch alloy clad with 225/45VR18 in the front and 245/45VR18 tires in the

Interstate Mileage Testing:

control set to 68 MPH, A/C off, off, windows up: 30.6 MPG

control off, target 60-72 MPH, A/C off, of, windows up: 30.9 MPG

(The control proved its worth on the as it alleviated the temptation of the throttle.)

The Genesis Coupe is equipped a 17.2 gallon fuel This provides for a good of range #8230; when you to keep your foot out of it, of

The trip computer is nestled the speedometer and tachometer and provides two meters, range to empty, fuel economy, and average per hour displays. That’s standard stuff these

The big bonus is the Genesis Grand unique center-mounted Real-Time MPG and meters. These cool LCD displays provide a persistent of how much fuel is being and how much power is being at any given moment.

If you love you’re in for a treat. The Genesis from corner to corner, Electronic Stability Control and Control keeping the RWD Genesis’ between the lines.

The Genesis Coupe’s interior is designed and driver focused. many sport coupes visibility for the sake of style, the Coupe is an exception to the rule. the rear cabin is snug, is quite good.

The automatic SHIFTRONIC mode allows for control over gear from both the slapstick and wheel-mounted paddle shifters.

The Touring edition provides a of standard features, including a steering wheel with controls, leather seating heated front seats, a drivers seat, manual lumbar support, a power and Bluetooth connectivity with download.

A touchscreen ten-speaker audio system with USB support and Navigation is standard in the Touring model. The USB interface and input are located in the center The touchscreen is well designed, Artists, Albums, and Playlists from the interface.

The system also includes MP3 and XM Satellite Radio. The Navigation includes a 90 day trial of XM NavTraffic.

The options in our test unit carpeted floor mats and an iPod cable ($30).

are two twelve-volt outlets: one at the base of the and one in the console.

Hyundai Genesis Coupe

Like many coupes, the Genesis Coupe’s seat can be a difficult fit for larger Kids and smaller folks not mind, but taller folks squawk. Rear seat is limited.

The Genesis Coupe’s area allows for 10 cubic of storage with the rear up. Folding down the rear yields a good bit of additional although the passthrough is tight.

Worth noting: Hyundai a five-year/60,000 mile new vehicle a 10-year/100,000 mile power warranty, a seven-year/unlimited mile warranty, and a five-year/unlimited mile assistance program.

All-in-all, the V6-equipped 2010 Hyundai Coupe sets the traditional RWD coupe pack on end, by a surprising amount of performance in a and balanced package.

Parts Information

US/Canadian Parts 3%

Major Sources of Foreign Content: Korea #8211; 86%

Assembly Point: Ulsan,

Country of Origin:

Engine Korea

Transmission #8211;

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