LAS VEGAS -- - Hyundai Motor America last year tested the waters with the XG 300 near-luxury sedan to see if the U.S. was ready for an upscale Hyundai. This year, with the release of the ’03 Tiburon sports coupe, Hyundai poses an analogous question: Is America ready for a cool Hyundai? The South Korean auto maker perseveres with its mission of invading new market segments with something at least as good as the competition, only cheaper. And the Tiburon, completely revamped for the ...
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