2001 Hyundai TiburonLovedmyTibby - Virginia Beach08/03/2009
I loved this car! It's a great car to drive; I had mine for 7.5 years and would still have it if I wasn't moving to the mountains. The only problem I had was with the headlight bulbs; one would burn out about every 6 months. I miss its sleekness and speed already.
Should have slept on it!
2006 Hyundai TiburonMike - Tucson, AZ07/14/2014
As much as I enjoy(ed) this car, it's just given me too many problems. The sun roof was a great selling point and it was the first to die. With a $1000 estimate it's not getting fixed anytime soon. Recently the AC compressor failed and it's another $1000 to fix. It's a little harder to go without AC during Tucson summer. There have been some other minor things here and there. It runs well so I guess that's a plus. But this is the first car I've regretted buying this much. And it only has 60k miles!
I love my car but there are some things you should know. After 70,000 miles most of your warrenty is worthless. My hyundai kenwood radio stopped working after 2.5 years and because I was past the 70,000 miles it was not covered. Second my front brakes are still practically new because the back brakes are used first. Never heard of that one and I am an A/P mechanic. And as other reveiws have stated the back seat is meant only for kids. A ride of more than 30 min will give the average adult a creak in their neck.
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