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Used Hyundai Genesis Coupe for Sale in San Francisco, CA

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2014 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
2.0T Premium
72.89k Miles
$16,350
$17,500
Est. $231/mo
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Purchase a Used Hyundai Genesis Coupe in San Francisco, California

Sure, San Francisco is where you work, but it's also where you play. During the weekends, it's all about trying to see as much as San Francisco as possible. With 259 sunny days a year and summer temps around 71 degrees, your city begs you to explore all it offers whenever possible. But, if you plan to see what this great state has to offer, you'll need an a solid set of wheels.

The only car you can see yourself cruising around San Francisco in is a Hyundai Genesis Coupe. It's got almost everything you are seeking in a car—attractive styling, workmanship, and fuel economy. And it's a Hyundai, a brand you've always trusted. The one thing giving you pause is a the price of a new Genesis Coupe. What if you could get a Genesis Coupe that checked everything off your must-have list without breaking the bank?

Shift—how we do business

We love setting up people, like you, with a used Hyundai they're going to love. At Shift, it all begins with our thorough inspection where we have a comprehensive look at all the major components of your car. Not one auto drives off our lots unless they pass Shift's check-lists. To assure that you get a reasonable price, we regularly track tens of thousands of data points on current prices for comparable Hyundai Genesis Coupe models. You'll be able to trust knowing that your vehicle has the green light and that you're getting a great price.

More about the Hyundai Genesis Coupe

Hyundai, a Korean automaker, was established in 1960 but didn't make its way stateside until 1986 with the subcompact Excel model. Today, Hyundai's lineup includes everything from fuel-efficient subcompacts to SUVs.

The Hyundai Genesis Coupe features a 4L engine that generates a respectable 348hp. You can expect around 21mpg in and around town and about 30mpg on the highway. The Hyundai Genesis Coupe is available in numerous body types such as station wagon, sport utility, sedan, passenger, and mini-van.

Don't miss out on your Hyundai Genesis Coupe

Frequently Asked Questions about the Hyundai Genesis Coupe

We realize you have a number of questions about buying a pre-owned Genesis Coupe, and we are ready to answer them. Below are a few of our customers' most commonly asked questions about Genesis Coupes.
Does Hyundai make luxury vehicles?
No, Hyundai is not considered a luxury brand. Still, you can get a pre-owned Hyundai Genesis Coupe with some great features.
What are the most popular Hyundai models?
Hyundai has a few models that are popular with their drivers. Hyundai's top-selling models are the Elantra, Sonata, Tucson, Santa Fe, and Accent
What are the available body styles for the Hyundai Genesis Coupe?
The Genesis Coupe is available as a station wagon, sport utility, sedan, passenger, mini-van, or hatchback
What if I decide the Genesis Coupe isn't for me? Can I bring it back?
From the date of purchase, you get seven days to bring it back. To accept the return, the Hyundai has to be in the same condition that you purchased it.

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