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Is this a sponsored article? I'm a fan of the Genesis brand but this sounds like a Hyundai's ad not a review.
I agree. Aside from a few lukewarm comments on the fuel economy and badge presence, it sounds more like an ad. If for nothing else it's a very high level overview that sounds like it's designed for a very casual car shopper. Maybe fine for edmunds.com but doesn't really deserve to be on the front page of Inside Line... er, I mean "What's Hot"
This article reads like a copy paste from the manufacturer's press conference. I guess that's why the job title of the "writer" is editor and not journalist...
Seriously lame "review", Edmunds. Maybe trying to compensate for their paint-drying presentations of the past, perhaps? Either way, I like the Genesis exterior, but that interior is just too generic and sterile for an attempt as a premium model. For just a bit more money, I'd easily choose an A6/E350/535i
Its more than a bit more money to purchase a similarly equipped A6/E350/535i.... That said, this article is not a review...its an advertisement....a total waste.
This and some of the Lexus hype remind me of what I call the Motorweek effect - "I never met a car I didn't like"
Equip A6/E350/535i to the same level of content and pay 20k more
I traded my 535i in on the 2015 Genny 3.8L V6. Quite impressive, frankly - and I could buy two of the vehicles I was considering for the same price.
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