Though Hyundai seems to snag awards left and right, we never get tired of hearing about other auto experts praising the brand like we do every day at our dealership. The automaker continues to add to its list of accolades with the mention of two new Hyundai models at AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Awards.

The 2013 Hyundai Genesis and Veloster were named winners of the VSA's Aspirational Luxury Car and Sporty Car categories respectively.

Models were selected based on over 52,000 new vehicle owners' satisfaction with a variety of characteristics many of our drivers value when choosing a new Hyundai, like fuel efficiency, technologies, comfort, and overall performance. Unlike other honors, a VSA is grounded on real drivers' experiences.

"Winning AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Award confirms that the Hyundai Genesis has joined the big leagues," said president of AutoPacific, George Peterson. "Out-pointing all other Aspirational Luxury Cars, Genesis has won this award four out of the last five years. This proves that Genesis is a smart buy for drivers wanting an excellent car at an excellent value."1

Some of the qualities Hyundai Genesis owners were most content with include:

  • Its standard model's 3.8-liter V6 engine, which delivers 333 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque for some ultimate fun.
  • An interior that was not only warm and cozy with lavishness, but is equipped with more up-to-date convenience features like touchscreen navigation, Lexicon sound system, and cargo space to boot.
  • The abundance of luxury, even in its ride. The Hyundai model can cruise smoothly, handle precisely, and accelerate flawlessly.

When it comes to finding a car that satisfies, look to Downtown Hyundai in Nashville, TN where there are plenty of new models perfect for fulfilling that void. And when it comes to more updates on the auto brand's trophy case, look to our blog for the latest.


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