Genesis Coupe[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Hyundai Genesis Coupe is a sports coupe first introduced by Hyundai for the Korean market in late 2008; it was brought to the United States in early 2009 as a 2010 model. Built to rival the sports coupes of Infiniti and other makers, the Genesis Coupe is currently in its first generation and comes in six different trim packages, depending on how much you want to spend. The trim levels range from $26,350 to $33,400, with the lower-end trims featuring a 2.0L, 274-hp twin-turbo engine while the higher-end ones feature a 3.8L V6 engine capable of 348-hp. Some of the features on the Genesis Coupe include a sport-tuned suspension (standard), an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and six-speed automatic or manual transmission. Learn more about the Hyundai Genesis Coupe via this helpful website.

Shipping a Hyundai Genesis Coupe will likely be a lot like shipping a Hyundai Genesis; in other words, it won’t cost you any more in terms of oversize or overweight vehicle transport frees, because the Genesis Coupe is neither oversize nor overweight. Most every auto transport company out there charges more for vehicles that are larger than normal or heavier than normal – this includes vehicles such as pickup trucks, cargo vans, sport utility vehicles, etc. The reason why they do this is that auto transportation trucks are heavy, and get heavier with each new vehicle loaded onto it. As weight increases, the carrier’s top speed, acceleration, and fuel economy decrease, which means that full loads tend to move slower than empty ones and cost more in fuel to transport. To offset these costs, carriers charge more for heavier vehicles. As the Genesis Coupe is a standard car, it’ll cost only as much as every other car, and this is considered to be a standard cost for any vehicle.

What you’ll want to really think about is how exactly you want to ship your Genesis Coupe. Oddly enough, despite its sports coupe designation, the Genesis Coupe is priced lower than the full-sized luxury sedan, the Genesis. This lower price affects everything about the vehicle, but in particular its resale value, which is generally the main thing that customers are worried about when it comes to transporting their own Genesis Coupe (or whatever other car they’re transporting). Enclosed transport is great at protecting the value of a vehicle, but for many customers its steeper price isn’t worth the protection it gives, as their vehicles are already de-valued from daily use. We leave the choice up to you, and you’re always free to call us and ask questions and get advice, but generally, for something that tops out at $34k, enclosed isn’t worth it.

If you’re looking for quotes to ship your Hyundai Genesis Coupe, or just need some help getting started on the transportation process, we here at American Auto Shipping are here to help. You can fill out our free online quote request form and get multiple free auto shipping quotes e-mailed to you from friendly and professional carriers within the hour, and you can visit our blog to read more about shipping to and from various cities, any of the fifty states, tips and tricks, and more. For more information, you can call our toll-free telephone number at 800-930-7417 and speak to one of our live agents who can answer your questions, help you navigate our website, give you tips and help you get your free quotes today.

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