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Genesis

Genesis is a newcomer to the luxury world, launching in Australia in 2019 with a competitive range of medium to large SUVs and sedans. Genesis models are priced more sharply than rivals from established euros like BMW and Mercedes, so they’re well worth a test drive if shopping for a prestige car.

Models
5
Price Range
$63,000 - $145,000*
Warranty
5 year
Top Seller
GV70
HQ
South Korea
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7.9

G70

Sedan
| Wagon
1 badge available
$ 63,000 - $ 78,191* MRLP
7.7

G80

Sedan
2 badges available
$ 85,191 - $ 145,000* MRLP
7.7

GV60

SUV
2 badges available
$ 103,700 - $ 110,700* MRLP
7.6

GV70

SUV
4 badges available
$ 68,500 - $ 127,800* MRLP
8.2

GV80

SUV
3 badges available
$ 92,200 - $ 109,700* MRLP
2019 Genesis G90 review: Rear-view mirror
Review | 19 Nov 2022
South Korea's S-Class rival could be headed Down Under
2023 Genesis Electrified GV70 video review: Australian first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 28 Oct 2022

7.6

Drive gets behind the wheel of the 2022 Genesis Electrified GV70 to find out if this new electric SUV can attract the Aussie buying public.
2023 Genesis G80 Electrified video review: Australian first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 23 Sep 2022

7.7

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2023 Genesis GV60 video review: Australian first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 16 Sep 2022

7.7

The electric Genesis GV60 brings a long list of EV must-haves to a growing segment. Is this the electric car you've been waiting for?
Genesis X Convertible electric concept revealed
New Models | 16 Nov 2022
Genesis has debuted the third member of its series of 'X' concepts: a two-door electric convertible with a folding hardtop roof and four seats.
2022 New Car Calendar for Australia
New Models | 1 Nov 2022
Despite severe stock shortages, car makers haven't pumped the brakes on their new car launch plans. Here's everything confirmed for launch in Australia in 2022, and when.
2023 Genesis Electrified GV70 arrives in Australia
New Models | 20 Oct 2022
The Genesis Electrified GV70 is the South Korean company’s first electric car to arrive on Australian shores.
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2023 Genesis G90 to launch in South Korea with advanced driver assistance system
news | 14 Oct 2022
The Genesis G90 flagship sedan will be one of the world’s first cars to use its ‘Level 3’ autonomous driving system on public roads – allowing drivers to take their hands of the steering wheel while travelling on certain highways.

Genesis CarAdvice

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27 Nov 2022
Every new car warranty in Australia in 2022
Advice | 15 Nov 2022
Warranties are an important factor when making a new car purchase, so we've ranked each manufacturer from shortest to longest.
Which cars offer V2L in Australia?
Advice | 17 Oct 2022
Which cars have V2L in Australia in 2022? We explain vehicle-to-load technology and list the models that offer this functionality.
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Everything you need to know about the Genesis GV70
Advice | 19 Jun 2022
Looking for an upmarket mid-sized SUV? Here's everything you need to know about the striking new Genesis GV70.
2014 Hyundai Genesis (Ultimate Pack): owner review
Owner Review | 27 Apr 2021
I purchased my Genesis in early 2017. It was one of several 2014 Company demonstrators and had a low 15k on the clock. I found it really by accident on the net, having driven used C Class Mercs and 5 series Beemers but, on the first drive of the Genesis, having investigated the make more, was most impressed with its quietness, comfort, safety and engine. It was, for me, a much better overall package than the others I have mentioned. It was a blue Ultimate with all the goodies and safety bits and was truly a dream to drive. I happily purchased it and continue to enjoy driving it every day. It has a sunroof, soft close doors and a 17 speaker Lexicon sound system which is brilliant, just to mention a few of its features. Most people don’t know what it is but it still, at nearly 7 years old, turns heads and invokes queries about what is it? Servicing was free up to 75k so that was welcome and the dealership I service it at, always goes the extra distance in delivering a quality job. I’ve changed tyres of course and the car has had a couple of minor dingles sorted, but, overall, it has been absolutely reliable and trouble free. Some purchasers of the Germans sadly can’t boast that! It has now done 115k and feels as good as the day I first purchased it. Reliable, extremely comfortable and very safe,as I’ve said, I always feel at ease behind the wheel! My work involves quite an amount of driving and this car steps up to the mark perfectly. While Genesis is a relatively new player in Australia, prospective luxury car buyers should certainly add it to their list. Simply buying a car for some sort of ‘badge cred’ is really crazy and makes people miss out on owning very good vehicles, often cheaper, with more features and better reliability. WA Police were so impressed with the Genesis that they purchased a number of them for both marked and unmarked duties. The car, when parked, seems to still attract some people trying to determine what it is. Frequently, Aston Martin and Bentley are mentioned. Quite chuffed really!
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* 'MRLP' is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.