The Tiburon is an extremely attractive, sporty, and reliable car. I've had to make no major repairs on it at all (still on ORIGINAL clutch) and I'm at roughly 165,000 miles.
It is fun to drive and turns heads! My only wish is that it had a bit more power. It looks much faster than it really is.
I honestly love the car, how it drives, has awesome a/c, and just a fun car, but it has some major issues. I've read through these reviews and see that people are constantly replacing headlights, which I found myself doing the same. People with wiring problems, which I've had. I've spent WAY too much trying to fix a problem with my car not starting. It turns over only when it wants to. I've replaced the relay wire to the fuel pump, which worked for a while, but now the car is only starting when it feels like it. I've replaced the battery, ignition coil, relay wires. The interior dome lights quit working, and for a long time, my only headlights were my brights since the headlights wouldn't work
I have not once had repairs done to this car in the 7 years I own it. I still even have the original battery. I only replaced tires, but do get an oil change every 3,000 miles. It is the greatest little car I ever had.
Ok little car. It will be the last hyundai i buy.
Problems with it. every 60,000 you must replace the altenator.
It causes powersurges and blows headlights.
i've had three wheel bearings go out.
I baby my car and have nothing but problems. it over heats even though i have changed my radiator, thermostat and water pump, and i change my fluid every year.
I now have 260k on it. Head warped at 240k and transmission went out shortly after. Even though I hate this little car it has gotten me through so much as I went through school. You can definitely tell the engine engine is loosing power. Time to get rid of her soon. 6/14/16
It rattles like crazy..
Dont get one.
i do have 160,00 on it