2017 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L V6 vs 2017 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
Luxury is typically a word associated with brands such as Mercedes-Benz or BMW. But, recent model releases have proved that luxury is not exclusive to such brands and is available to consumers with popular brands including Honda and Hyundai. Looking at a comparison of the 2017 Honda Accord Coupe vs 2017 Hyundai Genesis, you can see what each model has to offer for sports car-like performance and luxurious amenities.
Each of these coupes offer different driver experiences when it comes to performance. While the Genesis features a larger engine, its immense size impacts its fuel economy ratings. With the 2017 Accord Coupe drivers get two fuel-efficient engine options with more passenger seating as well. The Genesis is a four person coupe while the 2017 Accord Coupe allows up to five passengers.
|2017 Honda Accord Coupe||VS||2016 Hyundai Genesis Coupe|
|2.4L or 3.6L V6||Engine||3.8L V6|
|23/32 MPG||Fuel Economy (City/Highway)||16/25 MPG|
|5 Passengers||Seating||4 Passengers|
|13.7 Cubic Feet||Cargo Capacity||10.0 Cubic Feet|
Experience Luxury from an Entirely New Perspective with the 2017 Accord Coupe
Both the 2017 Accord Coupe and Hyundai Genesis offer drivers a number of advanced technologies for superior connectivity on the road. Driving either model, drivers can utilize standard Bluetooth systems, each brand's infotainment system and more. For a luxuriously comfortable drive, the 2017 Accord Coupe offers leather-trimmed seats, heated front seats and a power driver's seat with power lumbar support. The Genesis features similar comforts but at higher trim levels than the Accord Coupe.
For more information on the 2017 Honda Accord Coupe, contact our team at Bob Rohrman Honda in Lafayette, IN. To test drive the 2017 Accord Coupe, you can call our dealership directly or schedule a test drive online with our easy to use form.
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