I bought my Tiburon after one test drive. Great performance, lots of zip and just downright fun to drive. I've been averaging about 29 mpg. This baby is smooth and it's not uncommon to check myself hitting 80 on the freeway with no shimmies, just smooooth. Getting in and out can be tight, but is easy to maneuver and is surprisingly roomy inside. Controls and gauges are easy to read and get to. I'm a very happy driver!
Fantastic vehicle for the price, I has delivered to my brother and me (we share the car most of the time) around 24 to 25 mpg average in a mixed city highway driving. We play soccer and the liftgate offer us the possibility to place a midsize cooler, a couple of balls, a couple of midsize bags and some pairs of soccer shoes with no problem. The back seats are tight but were helpful a couple times, it is always good to have the possibility to sit 4 individuals in a car. The sound system is pretty good, power for the 4 cilinder is adecuate for the city with the automatic transmission. The car is a little bit too noisy and at highway speed it gets anoying, however it is inexpensive and great looking. I would recommend it to a family members as well as friends.
I bought my 2007 tiburon in june of 2007. 2 days after i bought a brand new car the sound system needed replaced. less that a year old the cars water pump needed to be replaced. i have had the car to the dealership 5 times for the outside temp. indicator. it has been replaced 2 times and now the engineer from hyundai says that it works fine. it is designed to raise 1 degree per minute after a speed of 25 mph is reached. so in the summer you might wait 20-30 minutes for an accurate outside reading of the temp. give me a break. the car is TROUBLEand should be avoided at all cost! i have 25k and it is 4 sale!
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