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I've seen the grill painted so the top of each "rung" matches the body color. The lower grill was also painted to match. On a dark color (Black or blue) really dresses it up. Otherwise I think the grill is spectacular. I've heard there's more to removing the grill than I would want to try.
 

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Front Grille - Genesis Sedan

Anyone mod their front grill yet?

Post your pics, I'm interested in changing mine and would like some ideas
Hi,

If you are interested in different front grille for the Genesis sedan, you can check the E&G Classics Inc. website at the following website address and you can see the four different 2009-2010 Genesis sedan aftermarket front grille restyling products that they have.

They also have all kinds of aftermarket products for any Hyundai products or any other car makes.

I personnally prefer the original grille to those shown in that site.
Check out the photos and see what you think. Monandy

http://www.egclassicsinc.com/inventory/item.php?itemid=762

2009 - 2010 Hyundai Genesis Sedan
Ultimate Series Black Ice Heavy Mesh Style Grille

2009 - 2010 Hyundai Genesis Sedan
Ultimate Series Black Ice Fine Mesh Style Grille w/Mirror Stainless Steel Lower

2009 Hyundai Genesis Sedan
Stainless Steel Heavy Mesh Style Wide Open Design Grille

2009 Hyundai Genesis Sedan
Ultimate Series 2-Piece Grille (Upper & Lower Set)

 

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I agree... those grills on the site don't really look that great. Granted they do reduce the amount of chrome on the front of the car, but there's something cheap looking about it and the Genesis is not a cheap looking car.

I think it would be interesting to paint the grill black, so it doesn't stand out as much - that's probably what I would do. It's all a matter of personal preference and what you like. I think the Genesis grill looks good the way it is.
 

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Too flashy for me.

Hmm painting it black is a much cheaper option. What kind of paint would I use for it? Do you think I would have to remove the grill or I could just tape around the car?
I would take it to a reputable body shop for this work. It is a brand new car and I would hate to see you mess up the color or finish on it. It shouldn't cost much to get it painted the stock color of your car and I think it will look much better than any of the aftermarket grilles.

Nadeem
 
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