Coilovers for the Coupe can go from $800 to $1600 depending on what you want them to do.Thanks for responding.
I am not going to push the car too much. Never will mod it out or put it on a track. Everyday drivibg with about 44 miles round trip for work. Mainly highway speeds.
Next questiin: Any idea how much a smooth riding set up would cost me?
I find this thread fascinating. I actually came to this sub-forum to find advice on how to get my 2014 2.0T R Spec suspension _tightened up_.MADD your issue with the suspension is a common complaint about both the coupe and the sedan. The only reason I looked for this forum was to find a solve for the very same issue with my sedan...none of the BIG players ( i.e. Monroe ,KYB, Gabriel) have any units for our vehicles. Your best bet may be to buy the "non R spec" units from Hyundai. I tell everyone interested in buying a Genesis to thoroughly test drive the vehicle paying close attention to how our car handles bumps, pot holes and other sudden changes in road surfaces.