The new 2013 Hyundai Genesis sedan stands shoulder to shoulder with Audi A4 in the class of near-luxury sedans within the Strategic Vision`s 2013 Total Quality Index.
The Total Quality Index is a list that measures the refinement of the car voted by users of new vehicles. According to this list, Hyundai took the third place along with General Motors Corporation. Voters do not give points about the quality or the performance of the cars, but they give points for the way the driver connected and bonded with the vehicle. The President of Strategic Vision, Mr. Alexander Edwards, declared that Hyundai provides drivers with great quality of the vehicle, as well as with great refinement.
He pointed out the 2013 Hyundai Genesis as a positive example. He declared that this vehicle belongs to the category of luxurious cars, but is not listed as such due to its lower price. That is another proof that Hyundai really tries to make high quality cars available to all social classes. When the category of luxurious cars is concerned, Hyundai Genesis turned out to be better than Volvo S60, Lincoln MKS, Cadillac ATS, Lexus ES350 and Acura TSX sedan.
The vice president of Product and Corporate Planning, Hyundai Motor America, Mr. Mike O`Brien said that this 2013 Strategic Vision Total Quality Index prize is just another proof for the efforts Hyundai makes to connect high quality vehicle and vehicle that is not going to be boring to drive, as well.
Since 1995 the Total Quality Index each year has been conducting a survey on how drivers would assess their new cars. This year, 17,568 car owners, who bought their cars in the period between September, 2013 and November, 2012, were interviewed.
This year, as already said, the 2013 Hyundai Genesis`s luxury sedan was the winner of the award. This vehicle continues to be the first in this category with its Blue Link telematics system.
The 3.8 liter Lambda and the Genesis 5.8L R-Spec are now waiting to be yours and they encompass reinforced multi-media controller and Driver Information System with navigation display.
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