Genesis G90



The 2019 Genesis G90 makes a great showing against luxury sedans that sell for far more. It boasts the best slate of active safety technology in its segment and has the power and handling to make its rivals tremble a bit over losing customers to this more affordable upstart. The four-passenger G90 competes in the full-sized sedan market with the BMW 7 Series, the Mercedes S Class, the Lexus LS 500, the Audi A8, and the Volvo S90. In addition to being named tops in initial quality by J.D. Power and Associates, this year's G90 has earned a Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.


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Trims and Standard Equipment

Genesis keeps things simple with a mere two trim choices for the '19 G90, which are distinguished foremost by their powerplant: the 3.3T (with its 365 horsepower twin turbo V6) and the 5.0 (with its 420 horsepower V8). Standard equipment on the lower trim is impressive, with amenities such as paddle shifters, a 22-way power driver's seat (with adjustable shoulders, bolster, and lumbar support), Nappa leather seats, microfiber suede headliner, and an adaptive control suspension. The active safety features that have gotten global attention include driver attention alert, lane keep assist, lane change assist, smart blind spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert, LED headlights with Dynamic Bending Light technology, and a Surround View Monitor.

The higher trim adds notable upgrades to the back row, giving it its own entertainment system with dual high-definition monitors (10.3-inch diagonal), heated/ventilated seats that are power-adjustable with memory function, and a well-outfitted center console. On either trim, all-wheel drive can be added for $2,500. Fuel economy ratings from the EPA are 17 mpg city/24 mpg highway on the 3.3T (both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive). The 5.0 is RWD rated for 16 mpg city/24 highway, while the AWD 5.0 gets 15 city/23 highway.


The G90's list of technological boasts starts with the active safety technology, led by dynamic bending LED headlights, blind spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert, lane keeping and lane change assist, a Surround View Monitor, a rear-vision camera, and a heads-up display, which lets the driver keep focused on the road while still being able to glance at important vehicle data. For connectivity and entertainment, there is a rear-seat entertainment center with two high-definition screens, plus an audio system with 17 speakers, surround sound, and Clari-Fi Music Restoration Technology for optimal sound quality of digital music. The standard navigation system has a 12.3-inch HD screen with split-screen ability, plus voice recognition. Both a USB charge port and a wireless charging pad are included for the most convenient charging of more than one compatible device at a time.


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