2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

Elegance and prestige merged brilliantly with overwhelming power. It’s the ultimate automotive wish list, not just for a near-luxury car but for any red-blooded car buyer. The Genesis Coupe is an expression of Hyundai’s dream, technology and potential. From styling to performance, every detail will appeal to those who know what sportiness means and to those who love to drive. BROWSE INVENTORY.

One of the best values in the coupe segment of the automobile industry today is the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe. There was a time when Hyundai was the low man on the totem pole when it came to impressing people with its products. In recent years, however, the Hyundai name has come to be synonymous with style, affordability and quality. The 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is no exception to that expectation.

The 2010 Genesis Coupe starts out at around $22,000. But don’t let the price fool you. This luxurious sports car is more like a two-door version of its sedan, but it still “looks like a race car and acts like one too,” according to the reviewers at the Detroit News. Its “long hood and sloping roof” only add to the appeal of the race car appearance and the headlamps give it that extra touch that you would only find on some of today’s most recognizable sports cars.

Under the hood is representative of a sports car as well. Depending on which trim you choose (and there are six that you can choose from), you can get a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 210 horsepower or a naturally aspirated V6 engine with more than 300 horsepower pulsating underfoot when pressing the accelerator. Either way, it’s a giant leap in the right direction for the Korean automaker which has limited experience with creating high-performance vehicles and engines.

As far as standard equipment is concerned for the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe, you can expect to get a six-speed manual transmission, power windows and door locks, stability control, a trip computer, cruise control and so much more. You can also upgrade to the Premium or V6 Grand Touring editions and enjoy some more luxurious conveniences, such as leather seats, sunroof and more.

Automakers won’t be able to meet or beat this price any time soon. But your neighbor may beat you to your Hyundai dealer so you better go and check one out today!

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