The 2018 Genesis G80 5.0 Ultimate is an all-wheel drive sedan. It has 4 doors and is powered by a 5.0-liter, 32-valve, DOHC V8 engine that produces 420 hp at 6000 rpm and is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission with a manual gearbox. The 2018 Genesis G80 5.0 Ultimate has a cargo capacity of 433 liters and the vehicle weighs 2139 kg. In terms of driving assistance, the Genesis G80 5.0 Ultimate 2018 has stability control and traction control in addition to the anti-lock braking system (ABS). The vehicle also has an optional engine. It offers front and rear parking assist sensors and a reversing camera. Safety features also include driver and front passenger airbags. The front suspension is 5-link independent at the front, while the rear suspension is 5-link independent at the rear. The car also has a tire pressure monitoring system with an individual tire pressure gauge. It comes standard with 18-inch offset-width aluminum alloy wheels. Electronic features include cruise control. For added convenience, the car has power windows and power door locks. There is also a keyless remote entry feature. In addition, the car's steering wheel has buttons for audio control. In terms of performance, the car has a torque of 459 Nm and a top speed of 275 km/h. The 2018 Genesis G80 5.0 Ultimate accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds and does the quarter mile in 12.3 seconds. Consumption is 15.6 L/100 km in the city and 10.4 L/100 km on the highway. The price of the car starts at $65,000
Used 2018 Genesis G80 price estimates
Estimates are based on an average mileage of 12,000 miles per year
|used||exchange price||Price for private parties||Dealer's selling price|
|Earring||33.921 $||36.676 $||39.807 $|
|Sauber||33.090 $||35.765 $||38.798 $|
|Average||31.427 $||33.943 $||36.780 $|
|Rough||29.765 $||32.120 $||34.762 $|
Unlike some manufacturers who jump headlong into a new niche, Hyundai has steadily built its reputation as a maker of quality cars and SUVs. When it first challenged the more established luxury brands with its Genesis sedan, critics were clearly wrong as buyers took the car like flies to honey. The next logical step was the creation of its own luxury division, which resulted in the 2018 Genesis G80 luxury sedan. Drive more Lexus GS than BMW 5 Series, the G80 will appeal to those looking for comfort, performance and all the bells and whistles of a vehicle that too is safe, attractive and inexpensive. From the base V6 and powerful V8 trim to the new twin-turbocharged Sport, the 2018 Genesis G80 sedan offers everything you would find in an Audi A6 or Lexus GS at a price no one can match.
ACTIVE SAFETY FEATURES Increasing distractions while driving require more driver assistance to ensure our safety. Reassuringly, every 2018 Genesis G80 luxury sedan comes standard with automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning and even a system that prevents the driver from falling asleep at the wheel. CO2 SENSOR IN CAB The dangers of CO2 accumulation in the cabin are well known. Colorless and odorless, CO2 can quickly cause drowsiness and confusion. The Genesis G80 solves this problem with the industry's first built-in CO2 detector, which floods the cabin with fresh air when CO2 levels rise.
The 2018 Genesis G80 features a leather-trimmed 5-passenger interior that is among the most spacious in its class, making it a comfortable berth for all occupants. In addition to the large amount of space, we appreciate the design of the Genesis. Although it offers all the features of a luxury car - heated seats, a power rear window sunshade and a center-mounted touchscreen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphones - the controls are remarkably easy to use. The G80 also offers easy-to-use buttons and knobs. The front seats rate the overall comfort highly, and the driving position offers good visibility.
Like its interior, the body lines of the 2018 Genesis G80 are clean and sleek. Up front, the G80 gets a new, more imposing front treatment. From then on, this luxury sedan has long, attractive lines that convey a sense of quality and refinement. The trunk line ends in an aerodynamically sloping design reminiscent of an Audi A7 Fastback. Genesis G80 models with the 5.0-liter V8 can be distinguished from the rear by their square tailpipes. And, of course, all models sport the new winged Genesis badge on the back of the auto-opening trunk.
The 2018 Genesis G80 sedan is available in three main trim levels: Standard, Premium and Ultimate. In its basic, standard form, it's certainly not lacking in features. You get all of the active safety and driving features described in Favorite Things, plus leather interiors, heated and electric front seats, rain-sensing wipers, HomeLink garage door opener, rear-view camera and auto-dimming rear-view mirrors. Infotainment includes an 8-inch touchscreen navigation system and a 7-speaker AM/FM/CD/HD radio with Bluetooth connectivity, USB and AUX ports. Every Genesis G80 comes with a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, three-year/36,000-mile complimentary maintenance, valet and concierge services, and roadside assistance.
The upgrade to the premium variant adds an excellent 14-speaker Lexicon audio system, panoramic sunroof, 7-inch color instrument cluster, wireless charging pad, ventilated front seats, rear electric sunshade, and front and rear parking sensors. All Wheel Drive (AWD) is available on all G80 trims in place of the standard Rear Wheel Drive (RWD), and this option also adds heated/steering wheel/headlight washer rear seats. The Ultimate package includes premium leather, a 17-speaker Lexicon system, wood and aluminum interior trim, a 9.2-inch touchscreen, power trunk and head-up display. To get a V8 G80 you have to go for the Ultimate package.
There are three engine options available for the 2018 Genesis G80: a standard V6, a twin-turbo V6, and a powerful V8. All use direct injection technology with a strong focus on drivability, low torque and reduced noise, vibration and harshness. Off-line response is impressive on all three engines, and fuel economy is decent, even more so on the smaller V6s. A smooth and refined 8-speed automatic gearbox supports all three engines, with a Sport-exclusive mated to the turbocharged Sport version. As befits a luxury sedan, the G80 is rear-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive available as an option. 3.8-liter V6 311 hp @ 6,000 rpm 293 lb-ft of torque @ 5,000 rpm EPA estimated fuel economy city/highway: 19/27 mpg (RWD), 18/25 mpg (AWD) 3.3 -liter V6 twin-turbo (Sport) 365 hp @ 6,000 rpm 376 lb-ft of torque @ 1,300-4,500 rpm EPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/25 mpg (RWD), 17/24 mpg ( AWD) V8 from 5.0 liter 420 hp at 6,000 rpm 383 lb-ft of torque at 5,000 rpm EPA city/highway fuel economy: 16/24 mpg (RWD), 15/23 mpg (AWD)
The 2018 Genesis G80 has a suggested retail price (MSRP) starting at just under $43,000. The Sport trim starts at just under $56,300, while the V8 Ultimate trim starts at around $58,000. HTRAC AWD is optional on all three models, adding another $2,500 to the bottom line. The starting price of the G80 is thousands less than the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Audi A6, Lexus GS, Cadillac CTS and Volvo S90. Even the base G80 has a V6 compared to some rivals' turbocharged 4s. Before you buy, be sure to check the fair purchase price. Under the relatively new brand, the G80's resale value remains a question mark, but early results show that it holds its value better than the Audi A6 but still falls well short of the Lexus GS.