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When you’re setting out to find the right luxury sedan for your treks across Cerritos, Long Beach, and West Covina, CA, there’s a lot to think about. However, one factor that may rest on your mind is fuel efficiency. If you’re looking to get behind the wheel of a sleek Genesis model like the G70, then you may want to know more about the Genesis G70 MPG!
At Norm Reeves Genesis of Cerritos, we’re here to help you learn all about the G70 efficiency, so you can determine if it has the right MPG for your travels. Contact us today!
The 2021 Genesis G70 has a few engine options to offer its drivers. It comes standard with a 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine under the hood. This engine comes mated to the 8-speed Automatic Transmission with Shift-By-Wire and Paddle Shifters. It can produce 252 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque.
Drivers looking for more of a punch can opt for the 3.3L Twin Turbocharged V6. This engine also includes the 8-speed transmission, but it elevates the performance to an impressive 365 horsepower and 376 lb-ft of torque.
Both engines give drivers Rear-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive options for control and efficiency while out on the road.
Since there are two engine options, and two drivetrains, there’s a few different MPGs. The base level 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder gets an EPA-estimated 22 city/30 highway/25 combined MPG when equipped with RWD. When this engine features AWD, the vehicle gets 20 city/27 highway/23 combined MPG.*
When it comes to the 3.3L Twin Turbocharged V6, the Genesis G70 gets an EPA-estimated 17 city/26 highway/20 combined MPG. If you incorporate AWD into the vehicle, the G70 gets 17 city/25 highway/20 combined MPG.*
The Genesis G70 offers a 15.8-gallon fuel tank with both of its engine options.
In order to keep your vehicle as efficient as possible, there are a few things to know. Regular maintenance is the best way to ensure that your vehicle is performing with optimal efficiency. When the oil is changed regularly, your vehicle will perform like new. When you’re running on old oil, it causes the engine to work harder and burn up more fuel, which will show a decrease with your fuel efficiency.
Another major factor that can affect your G70 MPG is weight. If you’ve got all the seats filled, or quite a lot of cargo in the trunk, this will put more pressure on the engine to perform. It’ll result in more fuel being used to perform, so it could have a bit of an effect on your fuel tank.
Now that you’re more familiar with the Genesis G70 and its fuel efficiency, you’re closer to making your decision. Of course, you could always check out more of our G70 reviews to get some more insight into what the vehicle offers, or you can see for yourself by scheduling your test drive with us at Norm Reeves Genesis of Cerritos!
We’re here to help drivers throughout Cerritos, Long Beach, and West Covina, California, learn more about their next car!
*All figures are EPA estimates. For comparison only. Your actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle’s condition.