The 2017 Genesis G90 oozes class and luxury; it's so good that it is rated above some more expensive luxury cars. This luxury sedan is as fresh as they come, Hyundai has replaced the Equus with the sleek Genesis G90 which comes with a unique design. This Korean cutie is more stunning than Angelina Jolie, and Halle Berry combined. It is so gorgeous that it is bound to give your girlfriend a run for her money!
Which are the main features offered by the 2017 Genesis G90?
This luxury sedan has come armed with all the tools it needs to compete against world-renowned European luxury vehicles. In fact, it comes with so many standard features that its competition cannot cope with; it's a dream car for a driver looking for a top luxury sedan.
It boasts some quality standard features that include: a 12.3-inch touchscreen, a first-class cabin, adaptive cruise control, head-up display, elegant styling, automated emergency braking and adaptive dampers.
Consumers have the freedom of choosing from two very strong engines with all-wheel or rear- drive and eight-speed automatic. The engines include the 5.0-liter V-8 which produces 420 horsepower and a 3.3-liter twin-turbo V-6 option that gives 365 horsepower.
Is this luxury sedan a good or bad purchase?
When compared to other cars in its class, the G90 is less fuel-efficient. However, it still beats most of its competitors when you put other factors into consideration.
The Lexus LS and other supercars will cost you more than $96,000 while the Genesis G90 costs much less having a starting price of $68,100. Well, the best part is the G90 offers the same features as the LS and hence you are better off with a G90 in your parking lot. On the other hand, you will have to spend around $53,795 for the Cadillac CT6 which is a large luxury car that falls short of the great features present in the base G90. You will spend over $72,000 to get these additional features; this doesn't make any financial sense, and so you're better off with the cheaper G90, again!
It's perfectly normal to have a fear of the unknown, but you should also give the new G90 an opportunity to blow your mind. After all, this is a car made by renowned Korean carmaker Hyundai; the guys who gave you the Equus. Hyundai lovers will even notice that the G90 has a resemblance to its bigger brothers, the original Equus and Genesis models.
The 2017 Genesis G90 has succeeded in offering a different option to the more expensive BMW 7-series, Mercedes-Benz S-class, and Lexus LS. The G90 is also hoping to steal all the luxury mid-size sedan consumers by offering more features than its competitors who sell at the same price.
Does the G90 have a warranty?
If comfort and top-class styling are what you are looking for, then expect nothing less from this sedan.
This car offers comfort for days; it has comfortable seats that protect your back even after a long ride. However, the Cadillac CT6 might be better in this area since it offers seats that massage you. The G90 also comes with elegant styling, with genuine wood, Nappa leather upholstery as well a stainless steel trim.
The interior features a heated steering wheel that's power-adjustable, plenty of space, heated rear seats as well as power-adjustable ventilated and heated front seats.
When the car is in motion, very little noise is heard from the engine, leaving the interior cabin surprisingly silent.
How safe is the 2017 Genesis G90 in comparison to others in its class?
This sedan offers pretty much every safety feature you can think of; these features are standard for G90 but optional in the Lexus LS and the Cadillac CT6. These features include: blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, driver alertness monitor, lane change assist, automatic high beams, lane keep assist, a rearview camera, 360-degree parking camera, rear and front parking sensors, forward collision warning system that can detect pedestrians and apply automatic brakes as well as an adaptive cruise control that comes with a stop-start functionality.
The IIHS has given the G90 the highest safety honor. It passed with flying colors in all five test categories.