10 Things You Should Know About the 2011 Hyundai Genesis
#9. The Genesis is Surprisingly Nimble
Although certainly not a sports car, for its size the Hyundai Genesis is a capable handler. Hyundai has given the sedan a turning radius of just 33.1 feet, which not only improves its parking capabilities but also makes it easier to navigate along tight urban streets. The vehicle's rear-wheel drive layout was deliberately selected by Hyundai to improve the ability of the Hyundai Genesis to slice through the corners, and a plethora of electronic features - such as traction control, electronic brake-force distribution with brake assists and Electronic Stability Control (ESC) - are also on hand to help keep the sedan pointed in the right direction.