The top 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track actually lands within a few thousand of the base Infiniti G37 Coupe, but it’s a surprisingly strong rival, with a quieter, more refined interior and performance that’s in the same league—even if the steering isn’t quite as nuanced as that of the G37.
And compared to the Nissan 370Z, the Genesis Coupe feels far more sophisticated, without the choppy ride and overwhelming road noise that plagues the two-seat Nissan, even if its handling is about the best it gets.
We still haven't driven the Subaru BRZ or Scion FR-S at the time of writing, but based on the few early driving impressions out there we'd guess that the Genesis Coupe provides a somewhat more mature driving experience.
Other alternatives include the BMW 335i Coupe, although it’s much more expensive, and at the low end of the Gen Coupe market, the Honda Civic Si and Nissan Altima Coupe.
Both the Civic Si and Altima Coupe feel more ordinary and pedestrian compared to the Genesis Coupe.
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