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How reliable are Hyundai Genesis?

How reliable are Hyundai Genesis?

The Hyundai Genesis Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 7th out of 30 for luxury fullsize cars. The average annual repair cost is $565 which means it has average ownership costs.

How long do Hyundai Genesis 3.8 last?

The Hyundai Genesis should be able to last over 200,000 miles with regular maintenance and servicing done. The number one reason that vehicles die is just because they become too expensive to repair compared to the value of the car.

Do Mini Coopers last a long time?

A Mini Cooper can last between 200,000 – 250,000 miles on average when properly maintained and driven conservatively. If you were to drive 15,000 miles per year, a Mini should provide 13 – 17 years of service before requiring uneconomical repairs or breaking down.

Is Genesis 2.0 T reliable?

When it comes to reliability, the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is considered above average for a luxury midsize car. RepairPal gave it a rating of 3.5 out of 5.0, which put it in 16th place out of the 31 models in its segment.

Does Genesis last long?

With proper maintenance, the Hyundai Genesis coupe can last for well over 100,000 miles. These cars are designed to last a long time. There are some things You can do while You own to car to make it last longer. Don’t ignore gauges, Lights, or Alerts.

What year Mini Cooper is most reliable?

In short, if you want a reliable used first-gen Mini Cooper, the 2006 MY is your best bet. For second-gen Mini Coopers, the reliability question is a bit more complicated. CarComplaints found that 2007-2009 models were less problematic than the later ones, except for the Clubman and Countryman.

Is the Mini Cooper still a good driving machine?

It might not have such pretty dimensions as the much-loved 3dr (more on that later) but it still continues to offer Mini agility, turning easily, steering accurately and gripping really well.

Is the Genesis gv80 a luxury car?

On the luxury front, it’s clear Genesis has gone all-in. Every GV80 is richly specced, though my car is fitted with every possible bell and whistle from the Genesis parts bin. I’m driving the flagship 3.5T AWD, which starts at $108,600 and uses a new twin-turbo V6 with 279kW/530Nm paired to an eight-speed torque converter automatic.

Is Genesis finally cracking the Australian SUV market?

After years of trying (and largely failing) to crack the Aussie market with big sedans, Genesis finally has an SUV to tackle our SUV-mad market.

Is there a place for a 5DR Mini Hatchback?

Now onto the styling, and particularly side on. There’s no doubt that there’s a place for a 5dr Mini (other than the Countryman ), given that it makes up 45% of UK demand for the hatchback overall. That decreases slightly globally: in Mini’s Oxford plant, 3dr Minis make up 50% of numbers, followed by the Clubman at 30%, then the 5dr at 20%.