Hyundai would like to think that the Hyundai Genesis competes with the likes of the BMW 5-Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, but for most buyers of those models, the badge is a major portion of the value.
The M37/M56 and GS 350/460 are both tuned with a higher-performance feel than the Genesis, and the Hyundai's relaxed demeanor is better rivaled by standard editions of the Chrysler 300, which has been refreshed for 2011.
Other alternatives to Genesis might also include the front-wheel-drive Acura TL or Nissan Maxima, which can cost about as much as a Genesis in loaded form.
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|2011 Hyundai GenesisBrowse Used Listings||2011 Cadillac STSBrowse Used Listings||2011 Chrysler 300Browse Used Listings||2011 INFINITI MBrowse Used Listings||2011 Lexus GS 350Browse Used Listings|
|17 MPG City / 27 MPG Hwy||18 MPG City / 27 MPG Hwy||15 MPG City / 27 MPG Hwy||18 MPG City / 26 MPG Hwy|
|Gas V6||Gas V6||Gas V6||N/A||Gas V6|
|4-Door Sedan V6||4-Door Sedan V6 RWD w/1SA||4-Door Sedan RWD *Ltd Avail*||N/A||4-Door Sedan RWD|
|Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||N/A||Rear Wheel Drive|
|4 Door Sedan||4 Door Sedan||Sedan||N/A||4 Door Sedan|
|Automatic w/OD||Automatic||Automatic w/Manual Shift||N/A||Automatic w/OD|
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|2011 Hyundai Genesis vs. 2011 Cadillac STS||2011 Hyundai Genesis vs. 2011 Chrysler 300||2011 Hyundai Genesis vs. 2011 INFINITI M||2011 Hyundai Genesis vs. 2011 Lexus GS 350|