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Hyundai Tiburon Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    You may be able to get a break with a 08 new Scion Tc manual msrp 17900. (perhaps 16900 or better with some free (overpriced) add ons or an overallowance for your trade. In any event, I've read the 4 cyl in the Scion and eclipse much outperforms the 6 cyl tiberon and handling and quality is no match. For you to judge. I would explore this as the deal you describe doesn't seem that appealing. I can't believe the wholesale used price on the vehicle you describe via kbb.com or nada.com is more than 10000.

    Good luck
    --jjf

    Seems like a much better route than 13500 for a used hyundai.
    im looking at a 2004 tiburon gt v6 6 speed with about 30,000 miles on it. The person wants 13,500 for the car. I was wondering if that is a good deal or should i offer him a lower price. Any feed back would be much appreciated

    thanks
  • I was wondering what kind of price should I expect to pay for a 2008 Tiburon GS with Automatic and Premium Package (Sunroof + Cruise Control)?

    The Hyundai Website says Total MSRP: $19,395.
    A dealer website in my area says Internet Price: $16,766.
    I'm trying to figure out what price I should expect to pay in total, out the door.

    So what is a fair price I should pay out the door? What prices are other people paying for this set up? Is there a website that has a list of what people are paying for their cars?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    The msrp of the tiburon is about the same as the Scion tc that is similar. (See my message above) There is no comparison in quality. Scion wins. Scion is supposedly no dicker but with the depreciation of the tc (see 07 used kbb.com) from sticker there has to be some give. Usually in trade in over allowance or add ons for the no dicker types.

    Tiburon is probably worse in depreciation, even at 2000 under msrp. (look up an 07 used wholesale) Add about 20% or so to the used wholesale price of a used 1yr old model for a target price on a new one for most autos. Read my message 4681 in the hyunda sonata prices paid forum and go from there.

    The only real site for people listing prices paid would be users groups and this one on edmunds. Take edmunds TMV with a grain of salt though as it is sometimes a bit too high and others grossly inaccurate.

    Good luck
    --jjf

    I was wondering what kind of price should I expect to pay for a 2008 Tiburon GS with Automatic and Premium Package (Sunroof + Cruise Control)?

    The Hyundai Website says Total MSRP: $19,395.
    A dealer website in my area says Internet Price: $16,766.
    I'm trying to figure out what price I should expect to pay in total, out the door.

    So what is a fair price I should pay out the door? What prices are other people paying for this set up? Is there a website that has a list of what people are paying for their cars?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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  • shauns1shauns1 Posts: 1
    Hi guys,

    I was looking to buy a Tiburon...this is my first experience with a Hyundai and two Tiburons in particular I was looking at were:

    (1) 2003 SE 5 spd., 118K, leather, s/r, power everything for $7900 CAD

    (2) 2001 SE 5 spd., 30K, s/r power everything for $7900 CAD



    The 2001 has a very low mileage but obviously it is an older car....I was hoping to get some advice on the quoted prices as well as common mech/maintenance problems with both cars...at what mileage do the cars start giving serious problems. greatly appreciated!
  • iluvmysephia1iluvmysephia1 Posts: 5,675
    I was very interested in the 2003 Hyundai Tiburon coupe, in 5-speed form. Apparently there's problems with the clutches breaking in the first 20,000-30,000 miles on the 2003 Hyundai Tiburon's. Check the following model years for these problems, too. Hyundai will not cover clutch assemblies and even the flywheel connection. Head over to some other Hyundai Tiburon threads on the net and read up and you'll find out what I'm talking about. It's enough to make one consider getting a Hyundai Tiburon from that era that has an automatic transmission in it. Really! Nice looking car, though!

    2008 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS

  • bbab66bbab66 Posts: 1
    I have a 2001 Tiburon that I am selling. I checked with Edmunds and the est. price ranges are $5,840 to $7,061. My Tiburon has only 48,500 miles, is in excellent condition, and has a premium package (red color, sunroof, black side stripe). What in your opinion is my asking range. Thanks. LB
  • jeffcjeffc Posts: 16
    I was given a price of $18,432 (plus tax/title/etc) for a Tiburon GT with auto, sticker of $21,820. This includes all rebates ( 500 + 750 loyalty). Seems like a decent deal, wondering if others feel the same. We had a 05 Tib, that we had to sell in 06, but really liked it. Not sure if rebates will increase once the 09's come out. Also, like the new rear end, but I think I liked the 05 front better, but the new one is growing on me....
  • dlaabsdlaabs Posts: 4
    Sounds like a great deal I bought a new 2008 Tib, Redfire Pearl in April.Automatic w/sunroof for $20,260 with a list of 23,149. I worked for months to get that price
  • stlrodstlrod Posts: 8
    2008 Black Tiburon GS, automatic, sunroof and cruise $12,525 plus taxes and registration (includes $3000 Tiburon rebate, $1500 owner loyalty rebate and additional $750 HMFC rebate being offered through 3/31.)
  • mikemartinmikemartin Posts: 205
    Looked at new 2009 Tiburon GS for my nephew. MSRP of $18,175.00 for $11,587 plus TTL OTD.

    Total will be $12,208 OTD with TTL and everything.

    Pretty loaded with manual.
  • mikemartinmikemartin Posts: 205
    Looked at new 2009 Tiburon GS for my nephew. MSRP of $18,175.00 for $11,587 plus TTL OTD.

    Total will be $12,208 OTD with TTL and everything.

    Pretty loaded with manual.


    Okay, the dealer offered me the same deal with an automatic, and if we wanted to upgrade to the V6, it would only be $800 more, and that includes leather.

    I think this is a great deal even if it's a mediocre car.
  • jeffcjeffc Posts: 16
    Picked up a new 2008 Tiburon GT Automatic on the 21st for 14,976 plus TTL. Sticker was $22104. Does this seem to be the norm since they are down to so few 2008's? This one is Black Pearl.

    We had a 2005 and at first i did not like the new front end as much, but it is growing on me....when i priced one last July the same car would have been around $18,800, plus ttl.

    Sat in the new genesis Coupe....gorgeous car...someday!!!
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