2012 Hyundai Genesis, 2012 Hyundai Genesis Release Date, Full Specification and Review 2012 Hyundai Genesis Release Date,Performance, Pictures,and Prices.
2012 Hyundai Genesis sedan includes a new transmission that improves powertrain smoothness and fuel efficiency. Compared to the 2011 model, the 2012 Genesis V-6 Sedan gains 43 horsepower, for any total of 333, and also the new top-of-the-line 2012 Genesis 5.0-liter R-Spec has 429 – putting it in league with BMW and Mercedes-Benz sedans that cost thousands more. 2012 Hyundai Genesis Sedan continues to far outsell the 2012 Hyundai Genesis and that’s where Hyundai is concentrating the model-year 2012 changes. The 2012 Genesis Sedan gets revised front-end styling thanks to a reshaped grille, more aggressive lower fascia, and new headlamps with daytime running lights and trendy LED accents. A revamped rump includes new taillamps and a reshaped fascia with integrated dual exhaust tips. The 2012 Sedan’s body sides feature skirted rocker panels and also the chrome-trim window surround is replaced by classier brushed aluminum.
2012 Hyundai Genesis Sedan and Coupe will again feature all of the expected grip- and stability-enhancing technology, including traction control and antiskid systems. But they won’t offer all-wheel drive (AWD) for your added dimension of stability in snow or any other slippery conditions. That’s a more serious issue for the 2012 Genesis Sedan, because AWD is available on its competitors, whether based on front- or rear-drive platforms.
2012 Hyundai Genesis features list expands strategically, improving upon a catalog that already included almost all the essentials appropriate towards the premium-sedan and sporty-coupe segments. And unlike a good number of competitors, Hyundai treats many of the most desirable features as standard equipment, not as extra-cost options.
Every 2012 Hyundai Genesis Sedan again comes with leather upholstery, heated power front seats, and dual-zone automatic climate control. The steering wheel includes controls for the standard Bluetooth mobile-phone link and sound system. As per Hyundai practice, both an auxiliary jack and a USB iPod interface are standard.
2012 Hyundai Genesis base-price range is $35,050-$47,350. That is representative of increases of $1,250 for that V-6 model and $1,550 for the version using the 4.6-liter V-8, using the new 5.0 R-Spec topping the line at a $3,550 premium over the previous most-expensive Genesis sedan. (Base prices within this review range from the manufacturer’s destination fee; Hyundai’s fee for that 2012 Genesis is $850, up from $800 for model-year 2011). Overall, the 2012 Hyundai Genesis sedans remain priced roughly equivalent to lower-contented rivals and well below similarly outfitted competitors.
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