Hyundai Motor America
Starting at $33,000, Hyundai's Genesis 3.8 sedan offers many of the same premium features as Infiniti, Lexus and Mercedes at a significant discount.
I visited my local Hyundai dealer when my xB was being serviced and checked out the first Genesis in my town. I was very impressed except that on the dash I found a digital clock. LED and all. It wasn't much different from the one in my 2005 xB that was less than half the price of this new car. I know that analog clocks no longer exist in any vehicle, thankfully, but please, fake it. Give me a dial. A REAL clock.
Sadly, many of today's youth cannot tell time with the big and little hand but anyone buying a $35,000 car is old enough to remember how to do that, with or without numbers. Hyundai; spend a few more bucks, make the change, make the Genesis a REAL luxury car.
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