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Excellent OEM parts are what mechanics need to keep your Hyundai in top condition however demanding the environment. Some find that the most difficult thing about working on a vehicle is seeking out a reliable source for the best parts. When your Hyundai Tiburon breaks down, the best answer is getting a new top-quality replacement component to maintain your Hyundai in optimum shape. When it turns out you need Hyundai Tiburon parts, it's logical to look for the most dependable performance and OEM parts on the market - and here at you see affordable prices on or off the Internet, along with unbeatable customer service. The Tiburon is always a well built car but with mileage even the best-designed cars and trucks demand mechanical service and repair of damaged components. The daily drivability and skilled design associated with the Hyundai Tiburon demand always acquiring replacement and aftermarket components with equal quality; outstanding parts don't need to cost an arm and a leg. Shop at whenever you want top quality automobile parts and be rewarded by our excellent customer service and an honest price every day. Hyundai creates critically acclaimed cars and trucks like the Tiburon, and they are regularly spotted on roads in the United States.

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Hyundai Tiburon

A compact sports coupe from South Korea, the Hyundai Tiburon (derived from the Spanish word for "shark") had a 12-year production run from 1996 to 2008. It was Hyundai's first attempt to offer something other than a plain, utilitarian economy car by introducing a vehicle that was sporty and fun to drive as well as practical. It fell short on that score; competing models such as the Toyota Celica, the VM New Super Beetle and the Acura RSX offered better handling and performance. However, it was reasonably priced, and showed the world a different side of Hyundai. A pre-owned Hyundai Tiburon is still a bargain, so one that has been well-maintained isn't a bad choice for a used car shopper.

The Tiburon was Hyundai's attempt to revive what is known as the "coke-bottle styling" of the 1960s and 70s, as typified by the Chevy Corvette, the Ford Torino and the AMC Ambassador. When it first arrived in the U.S. in 1997, it was equipped with an Elantra 1.8 liter, 130 horsepower four-cylinder engine. A 2.0 liter, 140 horsepower engine was available as an option; however, the following year, all Tiburons came with the larger engine as standard equipment. That engine was able to take the Tiburon from zero to sixty in just over 8 seconds. Buyers could choose between a four-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmission.

If the Tiburon fell short in the performance department, it wasn't for want of trying. The suspension system was actually designed by German sports car maker Porsche, which emplyed high-pressure nitrogen shocks, base wishbones for the rear axle and double transverse bars with MacPherson struts. According to the the German automotive publication, Auto Motor und Sport, it offered "the best combination of comfort, grip and sport...[for] this vehicle's class."

In 2002, the Tiburon underwent a facelift, and increased in size. That included the engine: although base models retained the four banger, a V6 option was available for the GT model, coupled to a six-speed manual transmission. Displacing 2.7 liters, the GT's V6 put out 172 horses. A better-tuned suspension system improved handling on twisting roads. That upscale version also featured genuine leather upholstery, a rear spoiler, aluminum pedals and a sun roof as well as automatic climate control and a deluxe Kenwood stereo system.

Although most Hyundai Tiburon model years were fairly reliable, there were a number of 2003 vehicles have generated a range of complaints. These range from electrical problems to clutch slippage, transmission issues, steering problems, fuel system defects and the engine itself. If you are in the market for a pre-owned Tiburon, you might want to avoid the 2003 model. maintains a complete Hyundau parts catalog for owners and enthusiasts. Although Hyundai OEM parts are readily available, if your vehicle has issues, you might consider aftermarket replacements, as these often represent an improvement on the originals. Those who have an early model and want to kick the performance and handling up a notch or two should look over the selection of Hyundai Tiburon performance parts as well.

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