Used 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

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 Pros The weight of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is around 3,300 pounds.

 Pros The tires work for all seasons. The vehicle even comes with its own spare that includes an alloy wheel.

 Pros The air conditioning is effective but the air filter works very well to keep outside particles from being an issue.

 Pros The controls on the steering wheel are easy to read and do not get in the way of the handles. These include controls for cruise control and the stereo system.

 Pros The driver's dashboard behind the steering wheel is very easy to read. The lights for warnings only go on where there are actual warnings to deal with.

 Pros The car can work with any type of standard unleaded gas. However, premium unleaded gas is recommended for the best results.

 Pros The fuel tank can work with about seventeen gallons of fuel, thus making it so it will take a while for the car to need to be filled up again.

 Cons The head room is not very strong. People who deal with less than 40 inches of head room in the Hyundai Genesis Coupe.

 Cons The navigation system is located too low on the dashboard. It is near the shifting control and is surrounded by too many buttons.

 Cons There are not as many convenience features in the back seat as there are in the front.

 Cons There are not many premium packages for any of the models outside of different values to adjust the transmission.

 Cons The six speed automatic transmission only works for the 3.8 model. The 2.0T version of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe can only use five speeds for this transmission option.