These two top of the line vehicles were voted among the “Seven Cheapest to Own Luxury Cars,” according to their study.
MSN says the Genesis has “a value that puts other luxury sedans to shame.”
They give the model high marks for its wide arrange of standard features – including full power accessories, dual-zone automatic climate control, eight air bags, keyless start and entry, leather seating and a seven-speaker audio system with a USB/auxiliary input jack for your music-playing device.. It also gets a high grade thanks to solid fuel economy ratings of 19 city and 29 highway and a comfy, smooth ride.
The Equus is classed defined, and MSN says “Equus is the post child for buying smart.”
It’s full level of standard equipment helps get it on the list. It includes heated and ventilated front seats, leather seating, heated steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control, navigation system, rearview camera, nine air bags, Bluetooth connectivity and a 17-speaker Lexicon 7.1 surround-sound audio system with a USB/auxiliary input jack for your music-playing device.
Some of the features on the higher end luxury models include rear reclining and massaging seats and even a rear mini fridge!
With these models making the list, it’s no wonder that all Hyundai models are outpacing their competition.