Thursday, September 27, 2007

2007 Hyundai Tiburon Review

The 2007 Hyundai Tiburon is available in four models: the GS ($16,595), the GT ($19,295), the GT Limited ($21,595), and the SE ($21,995.) The GS is powered by a 2 liter, 16-valve, 4-cylinder engine generating 138 horsepower. The GTs and SE have a 2.7 liter, 24-valve V6 producing 172 horsepowerp. A manual transmission with five speeds is standard on the GS, GT, and GT limited with a manual with six speeds on the SE. (The GTs can be outfitted with an automatic with four speeds.)

The manual with five speeds returns 23 mpg city and 31 highway on the GS with 19 and 27 respectively on the GTs. The manual with six speeds on the SE registers 18 city and 26 highway. The automatic with four speeds shows 22 city / 30 highway on the GS and 19/26 on the GTs. All models have a 14.5 gallon fuel capacity.

All 2007 Hyundai Tiburon models have 28 inches of headroom in the front (36.5 with the optional sunroof) and 34.1 rear. Leg room is 43.1 front and 29.9 rear with complete passenger volume at 81.9 cubic feet. Cargo volume is 14.8 cubic feet. All models feature a twin airbag protection system for the front seat as well as bags mounted in the seats to shield against impact from the side. The all-wheel brakes with power assistance technology come with standard ABS.

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