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LOS ANGELES, Nov. 20, 2014 – Hyundai’s all-new Genesis took a tip mark in ALG’s Residual Value Awards for a Premium Full-Size Car segment. The 2015 Genesis is projected to keep a top commission of a strange cost after a standard tenure duration of 3 years compared to competing models.

“Depreciation is oftentimes a biggest responsibility when it comes to a automobile squeeze and we directed to broach a all-new Genesis to a business with well-developed value,” pronounced Mike O’Brien, clamp boss of corporate and product planning, Hyundai Motor America. “Earning a ALG Residual Value Award is another explanation indicate that Genesis and Hyundai’s reward plan is profitable off with customers.”

ALG Residual Value Awards are formed on 2015 indication year vehicles. Award winners are dynamic by clever investigate of a foe in any segment, chronological automobile opening and attention trends. Vehicle quality, prolongation levels relations to demand, and pricing and selling strategies paint pivotal factors that impact ALG’s residual value forecasts. Hyundai was also respected in a 2013 ALG Residual Value Awards for a Santa Fe Sport and Accent, and in 2012 for a Santa Fe Sport, Azera and Elantra, attesting a continued value of Hyundai models.

“Hyundai is apropos a legitimate actor in a oppulance marketplace with a Genesis,” pronounced Larry Dominique, boss of ALG. “Not usually is it a good value on a salon floor, though with a model’s initial Residual Value Award, this new era should be utterly fascinating on a used marketplace as well.”

In further to earning an ALG Residual Value Award this year, a 2015 Genesis was recently named to a prestigious North American Car of a Year brief list, where a winners will be announced during a arriving North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The 2015 Genesis was also famous as a Top Safety Pick+ from a Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Editors’ Choice from PC, a Car of Texas from a Texas Auto Writers Association, and Top Family Choice from a Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association.

Representing a confidant step brazen for Hyundai, a 2015 Genesis is all-new inside and out with a horde of reward facilities and softened dynamics. Riding on a totally revamped platform, a sedan is stiffer and stronger than before. A apartment of modernized assistance facilities such as Rear Cross-traffic Alert, Lane Change Assist, Blind-Spot Detection and Smart Cruise Control are offered. Two engine options are available: a 311 horsepower 3.8 liter V6 and a 420 horsepower 5.0 liter V8, while an modernized HTRAC AWD complement is accessible for a initial time on a Hyundai newcomer car. With bottom pricing starting during $38,000, a loyal mix of reward value, safety, confidant pattern and glorious pushing dynamics can be had with a 2015 Hyundai Genesis.