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Hi,

Just wondering if the AWD on the g80 is good ?

Trying to look into getting my AWD and I like the features that the g80 comes with :)
 

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It's a massive step up from the last Genesis. But 'good' varies from person to person. What are you looking for in a luxury sedan that will deem it good to you?

What other luxury sedans are you looking at right now?
 

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I assume the G80 would come with AWD since that seems to be the standard now or at least have it as an option that you pay a bit more for. Worth it depending on where you live or if it's just something you're used to.
 

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It's a massive step up from the last Genesis. But 'good' varies from person to person. What are you looking for in a luxury sedan that will deem it good to you?

What other luxury sedans are you looking at right now?
I agree with you.

I just want it to be a mix of classy/luxury with an afforable price and good traction. Comfortable in terms of space for driver and the seats.

I'm looking at a mix of high end to average luxury sedans.

The other one I have in mind in right now is the Audi A4.
 

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I assume the G80 would come with AWD since that seems to be the standard now or at least have it as an option that you pay a bit more for. Worth it depending on where you live or if it's just something you're used to.
I wouldn't mind have the AWD, would be great during the winter time to drive in it.
 

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I wouldn't mind have the AWD, would be great during the winter time to drive in it.
Another power point to give it is the fact it will hold value better than a RWD version. Some people really look at minimizing the financial impact a depreciating asset like a car can be, so if you're that type of person... AWD well serve you well in that area.
 

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Another power point to give it is the fact it will hold value better than a RWD version. Some people really look at minimizing the financial impact a depreciating asset like a car can be, so if you're that type of person... AWD well serve you well in that area.
Oh that's good to know ! Thanks @plug.

I rather have a car that would hold it's value, then depreciate as soon as it's out the dealership.
 
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