Fuel Consumption: City: 13 mpg,Fuel Consumption: Highway: 16 mpg,Memorized Settings including door mirror(s),Memorized Settings for 2 drivers,Driver and passenger seat memory,Remote power door locks,P...
Fuel Consumption: City: 23 mpg,Fuel Consumption: Highway: 33 mpg,Remote, digital keypad power door locks,Power windows,Cruise controls on steering wheel,Cruise control,4-wheel ABS Brakes,Front Ventila...
2000 Ford F-150 $5,100.00164,200 miles Indianapolis, IN (463.9 miles away) 16 City/21 Hwy MPG
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Unchanged from last year, the 2019 Genesis G90 sits atop the brand’s lineup, offering luxury buyers a sumptuous interior, cosseting ride, and an abundance of standard features. But it continues to disappoint with an innocuous design, a V-8 that doesn’t reward the extra shekels, and a wing medallion that still lacks the prestige of the roundel and three-pointed star.
Mid-cycle updates including the addition of standard advanced safety features keep the 2019 Hyundai Elantra Sport fresh, while the 2.0-liter turbo and fully-independent suspension make for entertaining daily drives. But all is not perfect, as pedal feel and steering feedback could be better, while the 6-speed manual will not be offered next year.
All-new last year, the 2019 Lexus LS 500, the brand’s flagship sedan, impresses with a sinewy shape, sybaritic interior, and serene ride, but falls short of perfection with unimpressive piped-in engine sounds, numb steering, and an improved – but still irritating – touchpad interface.
The 2019 Genesis G70 3.3T is a performance bargain that offers dashing good looks, a potent V-6, and exceptional dynamics that, despite tight rear seating, a smallish trunk, and middling fuel economy, is a worthy competitor to compact sports sedans from Germany, Japan, and the US.