How Much Does the Genesis G90 Cost

The G90 carries a base price of $68,350. That's on the high end of 

the spectrum for this class, though the G90 does come with a long 

list of standard features. The higher G90 trim starts at $72,850. 

Most competitors' top trims cost far more than the G90's.

2019 Genesis G 90

G90 Interior

How Many People Does the G90 Seat?

Like nearly all large sedans, this Genesis seats five people. The 

G90’s seats are comfortable and supportive on drives of any 

length. Most luxury large cars offer ample seating space, and the 

G90 is no exception. The rear seats have plenty of room for three 

passengers to sit without any complaints.

G90 and Child Car Seats

The G90 provides two full sets of LATCH connectors for installing 

car seats. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the 

G90's LATCH system the second-highest rating of Acceptable for 

ease of use.

G90 Interior Quality

Inside, the G90 looks good and features mostly quality materials. 

There are a few plastics, but they don't really detract from the 

overall aesthetic. Some rivals are more opulent, but there's not a lot 

to complain about in the G90.

G90 Cargo Space

Most other large sedans give you more cargo space than the G90, 

which has a trunk measuring just under 16 cubic feet. Still, that's 

enough room for about a dozen shopping bags or the family's 

luggage for a short vacation.

G90 Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation

Standard features include a sunroof, wireless device charging, and 

an infotainment system with a 12.3-inch touch screen, a 17-

speaker Lexicon audio system, satellite radio (which requires a 

subscription after three months), Bluetooth, multiple USB ports, 

and navigation. A rear-seat DVD entertainment system with two 

10.3-inch screens is available.

While the features list includes a lot of enticing technology, it 

omits Apple Car Play and Android Auto, which are offered in 

many competitors. However, you won't miss those features most of 

the time, and the infotainment system is generally intuitive and 


G90 Performance

G90 Engine: 6 is Plenty of Cylinders

This Genesis gives you a choice between two engines: the base 

365-horsepower twin-turbo V6 or a 420-horsepower V8 with the 

upper trim. Both engines have plenty of torque, so they deliver 

quick acceleration and good overall power. Practically speaking, 

the V8 doesn't really feel much different when you're sitting 

behind the wheel, even though it's bigger and more powerful. As 

such, most buyers will do just fine with the V6. A smooth-shifting 

eight-speed transmission comes standard with both engines.

G90 Gas Mileage: Room for Improvement

Most other luxury large cars get better gas mileage than the G90. 

With the V6, it earns 17 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the 

highway. The V8's ratings are nearly identical. Opting for AWD 

drops fuel economy ratings slightly with both engines.

For comparison, the Acura RLX gets 20 mpg in the city and 29 

mpg on the highway, while the Mercedes-Benz CLS returns 24/31 

mpg city/highway.

G90 Ride and Handling: A Serene Sedan

While the G90 displays some decent agility around turns, this car 

feels most at home as a comfortable cruiser rather than a canyon 

carver. It offers ample steering feedback and stopping power, and 

the cushioned ride quality really stands out.

G90 Reliability

Is the Genesis G90 Reliable?

The 2019 G90 has a slightly above-average predicted reliability 

rating of 3.5 out of five from J.D. Power.

Genesis G90 Warranty

The Genesis G90 comes with a five-year/60,000-mile basic 

warranty and a 10-year/100,000-mile power train warranty.

G90 Safety

G90 Crash Test Results

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the 2019 

Genesis a Top Safety Pick+, and it earned the highest rating of 

Good in all six crash worthiness tests.

G90 Safety Features

Standard driver assistance features in this Genesis include a head-

up display, driver drowsiness monitoring, adaptive cruise control, 

forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, 

pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, 

lane keep assist, a 360-degree camera, front and rear parking 

sensors, and automatic high beams.

Which Genesis G90 Model Is Right for Me

The G90 comes in two trims: 3.3T and 5.0 (representing the 3.3-

liter and 5.0-liter engines that come with the respective trims). The 

base 3.3T trim comes with lots of standard features, and the engine 

feels quick and strong. The 5.0 trim features a stronger engine, but 

you don't really notice the extra power while driving. It doesn't 

come with many more features than the base trim. With that in 

mind, the 3.3T is the best trim for most buyers.

Genesis G90 3.3T

The G90 3.3T has a starting price of $68,350. It comes with a 365-

horsepower 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6 and an eight-speed 

automatic transmission. Models with all-wheel drive cost $2,500 

more than the base rear-wheel-drive setup.

Standard features include a sunroof, leather upholstery, heated 

front and rear seats, a heated steering wheel, wireless device 

charging, and an infotainment system with a 12.3-inch touch 

screen, a 17-speaker Lexicon audio system, satellite radio, 

Bluetooth, multiple USB ports, and navigation.

Standard active safety features include a head-up display, driver 

drowsiness monitoring, adaptive cruise control, forward collision 

warning, automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, blind 

spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane keep assist, a 360-

degree camera, front and rear parking sensors, and automatic high 


Genesis G90 5.0

The G90 5.0 trim starts at $72,850. It comes with a 420-

horsepower 5.0-liter V8. In addition to the lower trim's standard 

features, the 5.0 comes with ventilated, power-adjustable rear seats 

and a 10.3-inch dual-screen DVD entertainment system for rear-

seat passengers.

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