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Shopping for a new Hyundai Genesis Coupe? MSRP: $24,250 - $34,250
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GREEN | 7 out of 10
21 mpg city, 30 highway (2.0T manual); 20/31 (2.0T auto); 18/27 (3.8 manual); 18/28 (3.8 auto)
Gas mileage isn’t typically a priority for sporty-coupe shoppers, but reasonably good EPA ratings can add some appeal. Such is the case for the 2013 Genesis Coupe.
With EPA city ratings ranging from 18 to 21 mpg and highway numbers from 27 to 31 mpg, the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is competitive in this class, but they aren’t standouts in the way that Hyundai’s sedans (like the 40-mpg Elantra or 35-mpg Sonata) are, but they’re by not overly thirsty either.
The revamped powertrains in the 2013 Genesis Coupe make serious performance improvements while making slight improvements in fuel economy, and we do suspect that a number of these improvements—like the wide-ratio spread of the eight-speed transmission—will reflect some pretty good real-world mileage numbers.
The 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe has stronger performance, while also making gas-mileage gains.