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Genesis G90 Starts at $69,050

September 07, 2016

Photo of the 2017 G90 courtesy of Genesis.
Photo of the 2017 G90 courtesy of Genesis.

The V-6-powered 2017 Genesis G90 will retail for at least $69,050 when it goes on sale later this month with available all-wheel drive and a V-8 model, Hyundai's luxury unit has announced.

The G90 3.3T Premium powered by a 3.3L twin-turbo V-6 retails for $69,050. The G90 5.0 Ultimate powered by a 5.0L V-8 GDI retails for at least $70,650. All-wheel drive costs an additional $2,500 for either model. The luxury sedan that's replacing the Hyundai Equus offers rear-wheel drive as standard.

All Genesis models will offer complimentary scheduled maintenance and a service valet for three years or 36,000 miles.

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