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1999 Hyundai Tiburon

The name Tiburon in Spanish means 'shark'. The Hyundai Tiburon was introduced in 1996 and has remained in production since that time. In some markets throughout the world, it was dubbed the Hyundai Coupe. The first generation of the Tiburon, produced from 1996 through 1999, was offered with a 1.6- or 1.8-liter engine. In the United States, the base engine was the 1.8-liter unit which offered 130 horsepower; it shared this engine with the Elantra. An FX trim level was available on the Tiburon and included a 2.0-liter engine that was rated at 140 horsepower.

In 2000 the Tiburon received a mild facelift. In 2003, a major facelift occurred, and a V6 engine was now available under the bonnet of the Tiburon. The 2.0-liter unit with 138-horsepower was offered as standard. The V6 engine offered 172 horsepower. There are three engine options to select from, including a 4-speed automatic, and a 5- or 6-speed manual. The car rests on a 99.6-inch wheelbase and measured 173-inches in length.


By Daniel Vaughan | Jul 2007

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Hyundai Monthly Sales Volume

December 2018
65,107
November 2018
57,082
October 2018
52,653
September 2018
56,940
August 2018
56,929
July 2018
51,137
June 2018
63,256
May 2018
64,980
April 2018
55,035
March 2018
60,154
February 2018
44,732
January 2018
41,242
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