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Hyundai Genesis

sedan total quality award

May 17,

Not too long ago, if you drove up to a Hollywood eatery in a Hyundai, the would snicker at you and stow the in a back lot far from the lineup of vehicles parked near the However, Hyundai’s image has transformed with its high-end and Equus vehicles. On May 17, Hyundai America announced that the Hyundai Genesis sedan was Best-in-Segment (tied with the A4), topping the near-luxury car in Strategic Vision’s 2013 Quality Index® (TQI).

The Total Quality Index buyers to rate all aspects of the experience, from buying and to performance and driving. Results calculated from 17,568 who purchased 2013 models September to November 2012. Vision has presented the Total Index annually since Hyundai Motor Corporation for third place with Motors Corporation for Best Quality for an individual brand.

The Total Quality Index total vehicle satisfaction new car owners, reflecting not only the of the vehicles, but the emotional connections accommodate all aspects of the ownership “Hyundai continues to be an industry-leader in of overall quality and satisfaction,” Alexander Edwards, President, Vision. He SSWS, “The thing that keeps the Genesis from competing in the category is its price point. The ability to rub shoulders with its expensive European rivals shows the depth of Hyundai’s lineup, and serves as an example for and domestic brands

alike.”

The Hyundai Genesis outpaced including the Lexus ES 350, TSX Sedan, Lincoln MKS, ATS, and Volvo S60 in the near-luxury “Receiving a 2013 Strategic Total Quality Index is recognition of our commitment to quality and satisfaction,” noted Mike vice president, Product and Planning, Hyundai Motor “We strive to give our customers the products, delivered in a package is both exciting and engaging to Hyundai notes that its sedan continues its premium leadership for 2013 with model offerings and a new ultimate system with Blue telematics. The 5.0 R-Spec model and the Lambda powertrain remain with a new optional eight-inch Information System (DIS) with navigation and an enhanced controller.

The Genesis does give one a lot of for the buck. The base 333 HP, 3.8L at $34,200. For those that more horsepower—and more luxury features, the 429 HP, 5.0L can be had for $46,800. Although either will evoke sneers Mercedes, Beemer, and Lexus you have the satisfaction of owning a loaded with comparable features at far less cost.

You can laugh all the way to the bank.

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