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Old 10-02-2012, 11:55 AM   #110
Nightmare5336
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Originally Posted by SPDSKTR View Post
The cars might look similar, but that's about where it ends. I've driven the outgoing Genesis Coupe 2.0T and... well... it was sluggish. I guess I jumped into the car with higher expectations, but still...

I honestly don't see the newer models being THAT much better. Going off of this YouTube video I found, 0 to 60 seems to be in the mid-six second range. I'd expect a little bit better out of almost 300 HP.



Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't a well-launched, hard-shifted BRZ somewhere in the mid- to high-six second range?
2013 Subaru BRZ 6MT
Engine: Flat-4, 2.0 liters, 16v
Output: 200 hp/151 lb-ft
0-60 MPH: 6.5 sec (est)
Weight: 2762 lb
Fuel Economy, City/Hwy: 22/30 mpg
Base Price: $25,495

2013 Hyundai Genesis 2.0T R-Spec
Engine: Turbocharged inline-4, 2.0 liters, 16v
Output: 274 hp/275 lb-ft
0-60 MPH: 5.8 sec (est)
Weight: 3362 lb
Fuel Economy, City/Hwy: 21/30 mpg
Base Price: $26,500

I understand that car's a more then just 0-60 times. If your into turbo's I believe the gen coupe provides a pretty powerful "entry level (under 30k)" car. If one prefers a high revving N/A BRZ/FRS might be for you.


BRZ about 600 pounds lighter. Gen coupe has a very long wheel base and is considered a "longer" coupe.

SPDSKTER, I wasn't coming at you when I quoted you. You just happened to give all of the comparable MSRP's so I added another option
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