Pros Just balancing out the score.
Cons haters gona hate
Pros pros excellent rear wheel acceleration, turning, braking, looks amazing from my perspective mpg is very good i got my 3.8 r spec to 27.1 on interstate
Cons worst thing about this car is the transmission very very very crunchy!!! no matter how long you drive it you will always find your self grindind gears atleast a couple times during a drive and also as the video says sometimes when you drop a gear the powe
Summary great performance, great looks, terrible transmission... also i would like to add to all other potiental hyundai buyers i purchased my car for $25,400 at a Louisiana dealership, however i did track one down in texas for $24,000 flat with taxes and registration fees. didnt get it becasue it was yellow and i figured the trip alone would cost close to the difference i would be paying for the red one i got. so for anybody interested in this car defantley try texas because of their great deals that other states cant offer becasue only texas and one other state has the $1000 CASH BACK rebate they can tie in with your deal....... best dealership to try would be red mecombds hyundai in san antonio texas i talked to almost every one in texas and none would buydge off around $26 etc.
Pros Best stock V6 engine note in the business
Smooth power delivery
Easy to do drifts
Drop dead gorgeous looks
Cons Hyundai name
No option of all wheel drive
Summary Its a fantastic car to drive. The engine note on this thing is a master piece. In my opinion, it has the best engine sound for a stock V6 engine in the business. That alone would want me to get the car.
Its looks great on the road. Especially in Interlagos Yellow. The car definitely turns head because there are very little of them on the road. It's not like the Mustang or the Camaro where you see plenty of them on the road.
But when you see a Genesis Coupe drive past you, you cant help but notice it. It definitely has presence on the road.
If your looking for a sports car that is affordable (and can handle a RWD car), this is your car.
Pros great car, great response to acceleration and feels light around corners. track package gives a lot of options, leather seats, sat nav, etc. great quality in the inside. love the sound of the engine and how it responds. even at 70mph still gives me 27mph(
Cons lil bumpy, lil space in the back, but hey, this is a sport coupe, what do u expect. clutch is somehow soft but pushi and bumps the car when shifting, takes a while to get used to it but if u drived stick before it doesnt take that long.
Summary overall for the price and options, it is a LOT of car for the money. and being a sport coupe, of course the ride is not the greatest but if you want a better ride feel? dont buy a sport coupe, they are all bumpy on roads.
Pros Sure, it doesn't top the coupe sport car class in terms of 0-60 times. And yeah, it doesn't win drag races 100% of the time. But c'mon, people. Hyundai designed this car toward those of us who like fun to ride cars for less. I've estimated that this puppy
Cons No all-wheel drive option--yet, though I hear it's coming with the sedan version for 2012. Whether that will mean we'll see the same with the coupe is to be seen.
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