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FEATURES OF HYUNDAI’S BUDDING, 2019 GENESIS G70 CAR

2019 Genesis G70 Review

The new Hyundai’s budding Genesis luxury brand is among the few sport sedans well-rounded as the 2019 Genesis G70. The G70 holds its own driving front with significant features in a class engineered for fun behind the wheel. Its greatest assets are the practicality and value many rivals hold in short supply.

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Yet again, Genesis gives brand-unconscious luxury shoppers the last laugh. It did as much with the G80 and G90, two larger sedans introduced two model years back reintroduced under the Genesis name. The G70 packs the winning formula in a smaller package. Above all, It is about a foot shorter and around 7000USD less expensive than the G80 with compelling results.
The sedan offers two turbocharged engines: a 2.0-liter four cylinder and a 3.3-liter V06, with standard rear wheel drive or optional all-well drive. An eight-speed automatic transmission drives both, but you can also get the 2.0-liter with a six-speed manual.

HOW THE CAR DRIVES
The suspension allows a bit too much body roll, even with sport-tuned hardware on the 3.3-liter car, and the steering ratio in all variants feels too slow for rapid direction changes. Otherwise, though, it is balanced, the nose exhibits mild understeer as you turn the wheel hard on the autocross or bomb into high-speed corners on the full track, but the chassis is reasonably neutral.

With an optional limited slip differential, steady gas application can slide the tail around a bit, and it does not move as erratically as the rear-drive Kia stinger, which shares a lot of its hardware. The G70 is supremely planted on 100-mph straightway and unfazed by rapid elevation changes. The optional Brembo brakes on the car’s drive test handled 10 laps of hammering with little fade.

On the public roads, its ride quality showed a lot of polish with the base suspension, which is firm and comfortable. The sport-tuned setup is noticeably firmer, some drivers may find it choppy but it is controlled. Its adaptive shock absorbers are optional with the latter suspension. Its all-well-drive system had been praised by the auto-experts. The system has a clear rear bias; it resists understeer to easily set the tail as the car accelerates out of a turn.

The engine is a turbo 2.0-liter four cylinder with 252 horsepower and 260 pounds-feet of torque, makes progressive, linear power from 2,500 rpm on up. G70 can tackle uphill climbs and passing situations with aplomb even with two adults aboard. With the eight-speed automatic transmission, the objected bit of turbo lag when accelerating from a stop, can be overcome.
The transmission with umpteen gears unit is excellent, its upshifts are smooth and often unnoticeable, and downshifts come immediately even in the drivetrain’s Eco- and comfort-oriented driving modes. The sport mode holds lower gears longer, but it hardly feels necessary. The G70 doles out downshifts like candy at a parade.

Due to the responsive transmission, EPA-estimated gas mileage trails leading competitors’ numbers by some 10 to 20 percent, depending on configuration. G70 engines merely recommend premium fuel to achieve full power. The genesis officials said both motors can run on the cheap stuff all day if they want. The car also has manual transmission as an option.

The upgrade exhaust system adds another 3hp. The manual has imprecise throws, widely spaced gates and a bulky, low-rented shifter. The good accelerator response helps with rev-matching, but that is about its only strength. Normally, manual cars get different parking brake that requires a rejiggered center console with less storage space.

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In terms of comparison, the G70’s dimensions land smack-dab amid other small sports sedans. It is a derivative of the fine-looking G80 car but it is smaller than the model. G70 will become an option for those that fancy the G80 car but want something smaller. Genesis G70 is considerably 12.1 inches shorter in length than the G80.

Inside the G70’s interior, there are; capacitive-touch buttons, arcane menu structures and console-mounted knob or touchpad controllers – all maddening developments from too many luxury brands. Every G70 has large, physical dials for climate controls. Volume and tuning knobs above the flank shortcut buttons for a standard 8-inch touchscreen.

The storage tray sits ahead of the cup holders, and the armrest in automatic-equipped cars has enough storage space to fit a 16-ounce bottle. The doors have armrest-level pockets; the overhead console has a sunglasses holder. It has three USB ports in the interior.

Though it has no much room, the backseat and trunk are modest, with comfortable car base, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and HD radio. In addition, it carries 7-inch instrument-panel screen and keyless access with push-button start.

The safety aspect comprises of a full complement of safety and self-driving technology, an automatic emergency braking at low and high speeds, blind spot warning, adaptive cruise control that works to a complete stop, and a lane departure warning system with hands-on steering assist at higher speeds that does a pretty good job of centering the G70 in its lane.

The cabin materials below arm level are made with attractive vinyl wrapping with double stitching covers in the middle sections of the dashboard, and the console has low-gloss materials around the cup holders and storage tray.

Originally posted 2018-12-13 13:09:52.

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