I could see that. When I buy one, it's going to be a 3.3T Sport AWD Himalayan Gray with the gray stitching. If it's not that, not gonna buy it. It seems most people on here have had that same mentality.Unfortunately I haven't and the search functions on Genesis' site are very limited. Had I designed it (always in an old computer geek's blood ) there would be search function available after you do a build that would show any cars in dealers' inventory that match the build.
It could be that they don't provide that functionality on purpose since there may limited quantities of certain combinations and they want you to visit the local dealer and they will try and sell you what is available.
Along that point, a salesman that I email every so often told me that the buyers of the G70 are the most picky that he has run across. He said in general, they have a certain trim, color, etc. in mind and that is what they want and won't buy anything else. He said usually people can be persuaded to compromise in order to get a car but G70 buyers just seem to be waiting it out until the exact match comes along.
I'm up in NoVA and hope to be getting one in the next few months (or at least placing an order and waiting).Anyone on here from Richmond, VA (or surrounding) that purchased a G70? Or am I still the only one in town with one?
There are 3 dealers in NOVA actually. Alexandria, Springfield and Woodbridge.I'm up in NoVA and hope to be getting one in the next few months (or at least placing an order and waiting).
For folks in Washington DC, Safford Genesis has a bunch. One 3.3 and a handful of 2.0s on the lot.
I stopped in to sit in one and they let me drive the 2.0 around the lot (I was very explicit that I wasn't ready to buy just yet and I didn't want to be rude and put any miles on oen of their cars). Positive first experience at the dealer.
Yep! I have a Hyundai/Genesis dealer 5 minutes from my house.It seems most people on here have had that same mentality.