Throttle position switch went out at 80,000. Though boasting only 172 horsepower, the V6 revs freely to 6000 rpm, giving it a sporty feeling. I get complements on it all the time! The fuel and water temperature gauges separate the round tachometer and speedometer. All models get anti-roll bars and gas-filled shock absorbers. Yet I've developed a love-hate relationship with it.
Realistically, the rear seats are better used for storage than for carrying passengers, unless those passengers are shorter than five feet. You won't find all those features, perfomance, looks and incredible warrenty in any other car the same price! Cons: How would you improve your 2006 Hyundai Tiburon? I did have to replace the alternator, mainly because the person that owned it before me put a lot of extra electrical things in it. Unless otherwise indicated, specifications refer to test vehicle. Cons: How would you improve your 2007 Hyundai Tiburon? Cons: How would you improve your 2006 Hyundai Tiburon? The styling is still head turning even though the body style has been basically the same since 2002. An apparent solution to this is to only use the blower at its highest setting to keep resistance off the switch, or replace the assembly with an aftermarket solution.
Good on fuel - 100km will cost me 12 bucks at 1. More horsepower for the I4 engine, maybe a turbo. The tiburon has great performance for me is a great car. Get one while you can. General Comments: I really enjoy this car, and some of you people need to learn how to drive, because I have had my car for 3 or 4 years now, and the only trouble I have had was power steering. The Tiburon's profile looks even better when counter-pointed by the new front-end styling. The car has enough power for a 2.
Taking a cue from aftermarket suppliers of aero trim packages, the front bumper on the Tiburon now has a modish speed-racer look, with a single large grille opening filled by a black mesh flanked by complementary openings for the fog lamps. With the power of the V6, torque steer in this front-wheel-drive coupe is inevitable, but it's controllable and actually kind of fun when you're driving round town. Model year 2005 Year of manufacture 2005 First year of ownership 2009 Most recent year of ownership 2013 Engine and transmission 2. Yes Review Date: 28th December, 2009 Faults: My friend had this car, I wanted one for a long time. Tbe Sleek design, stereo and speakers are great, the interior looks better then any other sport car out there in the price range Cons: How would you improve your 2005 Hyundai Tiburon? It's precise, with just enough feedback for fast driving.
Changed both crankshaft and camshaft sensors always use original manufacturer's sensors, otherwise the car won't start with aftermarket sensors, and will also cause power loss and engine misfire, and electrical sensors are non refundable. I would highly recommend this car to anyone. Otherwise she is a beautiful car to own and drive. On the highway it's barely noticeable. It truly is a beautiful car.
But it is a very good looking car. I have the 05 2. In the rear the fenders curve smoothly into the large, almost ovoid one-piece taillight clusters. Just picked up an 05 gs and while I miss the v6 it still has get up and go. The model we tested is an updated performance variant, which builds on the special edition package introduced last year. Coupled with gill-like vents behind the front fender opening, the Tiburon has the look of a prowling shark, for which it is named.
Like most sport coupes, the Tiburon is really a 2+2-seater, not a full four-seat car. The get up and go from the six cylinder is awsome. I have driven it almost 16,000 miles in that time. Model year 2005 Year of manufacture 2004 First year of ownership 2009 Most recent year of ownership 2010 Engine and transmission 2. I bought this car three months ago and have loved it ever since.
When you feel like working out, the Shiftronic manual control on the automatic allows more involvement in the driving fun. Cheap on insurance, gas and it also looks like a sports car. Prices do not include manufacturer's destination and delivery charges. From the college student to retired this vehicle is very capable and pleasing for basic daily driving. You service them regularly and you've got no problems.
Handles good around corners and is solid doing highway miles also. Only things changed were: New clutch and flywheel after 160000km always change the flywheel with the new clutch, otherwise you will damage the clutch plate and eventually cause slipping , R8k. The four-wheel disc brakes worked well and stopped the car quickly. A cargo net would be a helpful addition to help keep stuff in place when throwing the car around corners after a stop at the grocery store. That is enough to get you off the line in a hurry, and keep you going. I got a new switch from the dealer for about 25 bucks, took out the one screw holding it in, and bam. People that dont know what kind of car it is ask me, and I tell them its a Hyundai.