The 2022 Genesis GV70 Is Priced Very So Competitively That It’s Almost Unbelievable

The 2022 Genesis GV70 Starts From $41k - Here’s What You Get

After announcing the GV70 back in October 2020

Genesis finally revealed the prices for the SUV that aims at German compact SUVs

The 2020 GV70 will be offered in seven different versions

With prices ranging from $41,000 to $62,500

The first version, 2.5T AWD Standard is priced at $41,000

It offers a 2.5-liter inline turbo engine, 8-speed automatic transmission and a very long list of standard equipment

Next we have the 2.5T AWD Select priced at $45,000

It offers the same equippment at the first version, but adds 19" Alloy Wheels, Lexicon Premium Audio with 16-speakers and ventilated front seats - among others

The third version is the 2.5T AWD Advanced priced at $49,150

It requires you to get all the option from the Select package, and adds leather seats, remote park assist, adjustable interior ambient lighting, plus more

And finally, the last version with the 2.5-liter engine is the 2.5T AWD Sport Prestige priced at $52,750

It of course require to have the Advance package, plus 21" Sport Alloy Wheels, a sport appearance pack, lots of leather, alloy and aluminum

The first version with the 3.5-liter engine is the 3.5T AWD Standard priced at $52,600

It gets a 375 horsepower 3.5L Twin-Turbo V6, 19" Sport Alloy Wheels, a panoramic Roof and more

The second version is the 3.5T AWD Sport Advanced priced at $57,600

It offers all the options offered in the Standard version, plus Nappa Leather seats, Leatherette upper instrument & door panels - plus many more

And finally we have the 3.5T AWD Sport Prestige priced at $62,500

You will of course get all the Sport Advanced option, plus: 21" Sport Alloy Wheels, Nappa Leather seating surfaces with Suede Insert and carbon fiber trim

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