I have to admit that this car was a steal. It has great looks, a strong V6 engine, the leather interior kicks butt, and you have to love the 6-speed tranny.
Performance wise it's adequate: You're not going to run with the likes of the true sport cars (ie. Corvette), but you will out run many of the ricer wanna-bes and minivan driving soccer moms you'll encounter on the road.
Interior: The car is quite comfortable for the driver and front passenger. The leather interior is very well put together, and the instruments and radio are easily accessible. However, this car is defin1tely not a family car. You can maybe cram two passengers in the rear seat, but it won't be comfortable for long rides. The hatch is low and they'll probably bang their heads if they are over 5 feet tall.
Trunk Space: There is plenty of room in the hatch for a set of golf clubs, briefcase, or a suitcase or two.
Sound system: Ah, if you are like me, well then you enjoy to experience your music. This car has a very good sound system. It came with the Infinity stereo, speakers, and sub-woofer. I can say I am quite happy with it as it came from the factory. Although at some point I plan on replacing the headunit with a DVD player with monitor.
Exterior: I loved the look of the new Tiburon the moment I saw it. It's quite sporty with its aggressive shape, bulgy fenders, and low stance. I can't complain about the 17" wheels, and large rear spoiler. The only regret I have is not getting a moon roof on this car.
Mileage: I like to ride it hard, and therefore I probably get worse mileage than the average Tiburon owner. But I did not buy this car thinking about saving on gas. However the car gets good gas mileage.
Overall, I'm quite happy with my purchase. It was very reasonably priced, and you can't beat Hyundai's warranty. You also get a heck of a mini sports car for the money.