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Hyundai Reliability

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Results are for year ending March 31, 2016. Only successfully completed repairs are currently included in the analysis. Routine maintenance, most wear items, recalls, and problems fixed with just a reflash or warning light reset are not included.
Year Make/Model Repair Trips Per 100 Cars Compared to all models for the same year    
2015 Hyundai Genesis 25
40.6832298137% 40.6832298137% Fewest Trips Most Trips
[?] see reported repairs
  89 Genesiss, 9.0 months of data per Genesis, average 11000 miles

Redesigned. Outstanding start.
2013 Hyundai Genesis 44
65.2709359606% 65.2709359606% Fewest Trips Most Trips
[?] see reported repairs
  28 Genesiss, 10.6 months of data per Genesis, average 30200 miles
2012 Hyundai Genesis 62
89.2857142857% 89.2857142857% Fewest Trips Most Trips
[?] see reported repairs
  66 Genesiss, 9.1 months of data per Genesis, average 42200 miles

Refresh with new engines and transmissions.
2011 Hyundai Genesis 14
1.42857142857% 1.42857142857% Fewest Trips Most Trips
[?] see reported repairs
  32 Genesiss, 10.4 months of data per Genesis, average 57800 miles
2010 Hyundai Genesis   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  23 Genesiss, 9.3 months of data per Genesis, average 67400 miles

* Small sample, members only.
2009 Hyundai Genesis 52
35.7142857143% 35.7142857143% Fewest Trips Most Trips
[?] see reported repairs
  37 Genesiss, 8.8 months of data per Genesis, average 75300 miles

First model year.

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TrueDelta Reviews the Reliability And Durability of the 2016 Hyundai Genesis

2016 Hyundai Genesis Reliability And Durability: Pros
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2016 When I first reviewed the new Genesis, it hadn't even reached dealers yet, so of course no reliability data were available. The original Genesis had some common problems during its first few model years, so it wouldn't have surprised me if the same was the case with the thoroughly revised second-generation car. Well, the only somewhat common problem involved a tendency for the Hankook tires initially fitted to the car to form flat spots in cold temperatures. We don't count tire issues in our reliability stats, as their cause can be hard to determine. Also, tires are warrantied separately by the tire manufacturer. In this case, though, Hyundai not only switched to a different tire (Michelins for the V6, Continentals for the V8) on new cars but offered to switch the tires on already sold cars. It's rare for a company to take such a big step in response to a small number of minor complaints. And the car itself? A few dozen members have now had a 2015 Genesis for a year or more, and the great majority of their cars didn't require a single repair last year. This is very good for a luxury sedan in its first model year. Granted, Audis tend to be about equally reliable during their first few years, then worsen. It's still too early to say how reliable the new Genesis will be when four-plus years old. But even if it has more problems when older, repairs are likely to be simpler and much less expensive than they tend to be for an Audi. So I'm comfortable listing reliability among the reasons to buy a Genesis. Also note that the Genesis has a longer standard warranty than the A6, 5/60 vs. 4/50 on nearly the entire car and 10/100 (for the first owner) vs. 4/50 on the powertrain. see full 2016 Hyundai Genesis review