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Not a problem, no squeaks or rattles. I much more appreciate the quiet ride and excellent handling. I live where it is HOT and the climate control is excellent. I did have the windows tinted, Highway mpg is 25+ and avg. is around 22. My wife, who drives a Q5, drove it for a couple days and fell in love with it. If Genesis comes out with a SUV, I will definitely be interested.
 

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If nothing else, Genesis is very good when it comes to cabin comfort and isolation from the rest of the world. I'm sure an SUV or crossover will come down the pipeline with how popular those cars are, but for now you'll have to wrestle the G80 keys away from your wife. :grin2:

Side note, I think your average fuel economy rating is above average. from the looks of fuelly, most are around 22 mpg.
 

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If nothing else, Genesis is very good when it comes to cabin comfort and isolation from the rest of the world. I'm sure an SUV or crossover will come down the pipeline with how popular those cars are, but for now you'll have to wrestle the G80 keys away from your wife. :grin2:

Side note, I think your average fuel economy rating is above average. from the looks of fuelly, most are around 22 mpg.
If we think that now its good, just wait till they start making longer wheel base versions for China which is only a matter of time unless the Chinese economy goes under, but for now its still looking good. But those Chinese ghost towns concern me.
 

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That market is big on employing drivers so the car owner won't have to do the driving themselves. Not so much here and honestly, I wouldn't want to drive around the city in an elongated G80. we're more likely to see a two door coupe IMO than a longer wheelbase sedan.
 
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