Updates on 2015 Hyundai Genesis Engine Performance
This is the review of 2015 Hyundai Genesis engine specs, performance, fuel economy and the test drive information with some photos. It is a full-size, rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan, available in 3.8 (V6) and 5.0 (V8) models. One of the most favorite types of car is Sedan. The sedan is chosen by many people because it gives great privacy for the user and the sedan is identically with elegant. Therefore, no wonder many automobile industries from all over the world create an incredible sedan. Nowadays, the manufacturing of sedan keeps improving. From the numerous sedan brand available, Hyundai is one of well-known sedan manufacturing. There are a lot of Hyundai Sedan types. In this 2015, Hyundai is going to release its brand new Sedan which is named Hyundai Genesis.
Every vehicle must be designed well to give satisfaction to the users. Not just comfortable and good to see, but also have a great engine, nice performance and economical fuel consumption. Hyundai Genesis 2015 has a great engine. The Hyundai Genesis is provided with multi- link suspension, which creates confident handling for the driver.
For the 3.8 Hyundai Genesis, it is provided by a 3.8-liter V6 engine that produces a 311 HP and 293 pound-feet of torque. This 3.8 Genesis model comes standard with rear-wheel drive, but can be fitted with optional all-wheel drive. It uses an eight-speed automatic transmission. Moreover, for the 5.0 Hyundai Genesis, it is provided by a 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 420 HP and 383 lb-ft of torque. Looking at the engine, the performance is not questionable anymore. The engine power resulting nice performance in a variety road conditions.
The EPA’s estimated fuel economy for the rear-drive Genesis 3.8 is 22 mpg combined (18 city/29 highway). Selecting all-wheel drive drops that down to 19 mpg combined (16/25). It applies gasoline direct injection and a three stage variable intake. This model can attract many buyers because this model allows the user to use regular gas. For the 5.0 model, it returns 15 mpg city, and 23 highway. This model applies upgraded multiple- injection, which resulting a better combustion. However, for 3.8 models, it is recommended to use the premium gas.
According to the test drive, the Genesis 3.8 AWD sprinted from 0 to 60 mph in 6.6 seconds, while the V8-powered version performed the same test in a very quick 5.3 seconds.
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