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If you’re after an executive saloon that comes with lots of toys and stands out from the crowd, the Genesis G70 delivers. However, in most other respects it's well off the pace, with the majority of rivals quieter, better to drive, more practical and cheaper to run, whether you're a private buyer or a company car driver.
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The more powerful of the two petrol engines is claimed to get the G70 from 0-62mph in 6.1sec, and we can full believe it's capable of that. It feels responsive from low revs, has plenty of muscle in reserve for overtaking and makes it easy to get up to motorway speeds. It's not an especially frugal choice, though, averaging 35.4mpg in official tests.
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