See How the Genesis G90 Matches up to the BMW 7 Series

If you want a luxury sedan to serve as your next daily driver on the Dallas-area roads, you have many choices. BMW is a brand that many think of in such circumstances, naturally, thanks to the company's storied reputation. However, another worthy candidate has entered the premium large sedan segment in recent years: the Genesis G90. With that being the case, we thought it a good idea to compare our Genesis G90 sedan against the flagship BMW 7 Series model. Let's find out how that went, shall we?


The drive from Carrollton to Arlington is no joke, so you want to make sure that you have a vehicle that's capable of taking advantage of open road when you get the chance. Both sedans can do that, but the Genesis G90 comes with a standard 3.3-liter turbocharged V6 engine that manufactures 365 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque -- far more than the 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 found in the 7 Series, which tops out at 320 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque.


Both sedans come nicely-equipped, even on the entry-level models. However, there are features that come standard on the Genesis G90 that aren't offered on the base 7 Series, or are only offered as pricy options. If you want a leather-wrapped steering wheel, remote engine start, remote trunk release, seat memory, and power-adjustable front seats, and you don't want to pay even more money to get those features, then you'll find the G90 is the right option for you.

When you're ready to take a closer look at the Genesis G90, contact us and ask to speak with one of our team members. We're always happy to answer any questions and arrange for our Irving and Grand Prairie customers to take a test drive that confirms your wisdom in considering this premium sedan.

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