7 sports cars you can drive every day
Hyundai Genesis 2.0T Coupe
Mileage: 20 mpg city/31 highway/24 combined
We get all wobbly in the knees over the Genesis Coupe's value story. We can't think of a better deal for 26 grand. But Genesis isn't just about price and content. It's also about performance and the 274 horsepower generated by this two-door's 2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and driver-shiftable eight-speed automatic transmission. If you have another $2,500 to spend, you can upgrade to a 348-horsepower 3.8-liter V6, but we're quite happy with the four banger. The suspension is a near-perfect balance of ride quality and nimble handling. Of our rear-seat-equipped picks, Genesis has the most second-row legroom, but it's still about three inches less than Hyundai's smaller Elantra sedan. Sporty yet comfortable, the interior has an expensive feel. Oh, and then there's Hyundai's great warranty — the best in the industry.