Is The Hyundai Genesis Sedan REALLY a luxury car?

Let’s get straight to the point and bypass all the small talk since you don’t like to read. I’ve had a Hyundai Genesis for a few months now and I can give a pretty good report on how things compare to other luxury sedans I’ve owned in the past (and currently still do). I’ve never driven a Genesis Coupe so this will be all about the “luxury” Genesis – the sedan.

The car feels very solid on the road and it’s pretty much as quiet as anyone but the pickiest person will want or need. If you’re one of those people who’s more worried about what your smartphone’s decibel meter says over your own ears – you’ll probably find something to complain about here. You don’t count.

Get The OnePlus Two Smartphone Without An Invite – NOW!

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I have a lot of phones. To name a few, I’ve got ALL the iPhones except the “six”. After I met Android – I gave up on it… So besides iPhones – I have a Google LG Nexus 4, a Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4 – I HAD an S6 but returned it because it kept crashing on me (especially the web browser), an HTC One M7, a MotoX 2013 and 2014, a OnePlus One — and I can’t remember the other ones at this very moment. But I have a lot of phones. The TWO that I KEEP switching back and forth from are the MotoX 2014 and OnePlus One.

Why? The MotoX is the most convenience phone to me. I shake it and take a picture – THAT quickly. Other phones have slightly better cameras but if I’m not quick enough to get the shot – that doesn’t matter much. Another nice feature is how it can tell when you’re driving and read out text messages sent to you and allow you to respond with only your voice – which is a great feature. There are a few other unique MotoX features but those two are my favorite. Besides that – the battery life is “good” and everything works. I’m a power-user so having a device that doesn’t start acting funny when I add all the apps I want onto it – is crucial.