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Hyundai Genesis Coupe

The Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T: Overlooked Bargain

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<p>At six model years old, the big Genesis coupe wasn't exactly a young whippersnapper, but it seems younger that that, doesn't it? The Korean coupe represented a bright light at a time when the auto market is increasingly devoid of affordable rear-wheel-drive, stick-shift cars, but the writing had been on the wall for the Genesis coupe since at least the 2015 model year, when Hyundai axed the base 2.0-liter turbocharged engine from the lineup, leaving only the big 348-hp 3.8-liter V-6. While recent concepts such as&nbsp;<a href="http://blog.caranddriver.com/hyundai-vision-g-concept-signals-design-direction-for-expanded-family-of-genesis-products/" target="_blank">the Vision G coupe</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="http://www.caranddriver.com/news/genesis-hybrid-sports-sedan-concept-revealed-news" target="_blank">the Genesis New York</a>&nbsp;give us hope that Hyundai will once again bring both a coupe and a sportier model to its Genesis luxury brand, we're less optimistic that any future Genesis vehicle will offer a manual transmission to accompany its rear-wheel-drive chassis.&nbsp;<em data-redactor-tag="em">—Greg Fink</em><span data-redactor-tag="span"></span></p>
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