If you’re looking for information on a newer Genesis G90, we’ve published an updated review: 2019 Genesis G90 Review
Luxury these days isn’t just found in top German brands. The 2017 Genesis G90 isn’t a familiar face yet, but that could soon change. We have five reasons you can get an impressive full-size luxury sedan at a price that beats the competition.
The G90 has a very impressive cabin. All the controls are functional, and the interior has a modern overall feel. The front leather seats are especially comfortable, partly because they’ve been officially approved by spine and back specialists. The driver’s seat power adjusts 22 ways and the passenger seat 16 ways so you can find the best comfort. Of course, standard tri-zone climate control keeps everyone on board comfortable.
As far as power and engines go, you get two great options in the Genesis G90. You’re offered a 3.3-liter V6 with a very capable 365 horsepower, or the powerful 5.0-liter V8 that produces a commanding 420 hp. Either choice provides more than enough power for any driving situation. Another great option is the available all-wheel drive on either engine, so there are great choices all the way around. See the 2017 Genesis G90 models for sale near you
Genesis covered all areas very well, and the G90 is equipped with top-notch smart technology, too. The short standard feature list includes adaptive cruise control and a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, which has voice control, Bluetooth and navigation. One of the most impressive standard features is the powerful Lexicon sound system, with 17 speakers and Surround Sound.
The full-size luxury sedan segment really produces some fine-looking automobiles. The G90 is absolutely beautiful and has a great blend of elegance and athleticism. Standard exterior features include LED running lights, power-folding heated mirrors and 19-in wheels. The 5.0 Ultimate trim level receives nice 20-in wheels.
Unlike others, you don’t have to shell out extra bucks for innovative safety features in the G90. The standard list is long. We’re talking front and rear parking sensors, lane-departure warning, blind spot monitoring, even a surround-view camera system. You also get the clever automatic emergency breaking system, which uses both a camera and a radar sensor to detect pedestrians, vehicles or obstacles.
Are you up for experiencing a newer type of full-size luxury? You can choose to keep paying BMW and Mercedes-Benz prices, or you can pay way less and go for the 2017 Genesis G90. Take a test drive and prepare to be impressed. Find a Genesis G90 for sale