Hyundai’s scorching hatches have the longest wait occasions, when you’ll even be ready some time to take supply of a brand new Kona.
Ordering for the i20 N stays paused as Hyundai Australia works to clear a backlog of orders, with wait occasions of 12 months or extra for these within the queue.
It closed new orders for the i20 N final 12 months, and we don’t anticipate to see ordering to re-open for the little pocket rocket within the subsequent couple of months.
Additionally going through substantial waits is the i30 Hatch N. Present order holders are going through 6-12 month waits, whereas new orders will take over a 12 months.
The scenario for the i30 Sedan N and Kona N is significantly higher, with Hyundai citing robust provide and excessive ranges of inventory for each and wait occasions of as much as three months for each new and present orders.
Different Konas are experiencing longer waits of 6-12 months, together with the Kona Electrical.
Hyundai says it has constant provide of the Sonata, Venue, Santa Fe Hybrid and Staria Load.
Listed here are the wait occasions throughout the Hyundai vary as of January 2023:
- i20 N: 12 months+ (closed to new orders)
- i30 Hatch: Lower than three months for present orders, 3-6 months for brand spanking new orders (good provide of all variants)
- i30 Hatch N: 6-12 months for present orders, greater than 12 months for brand spanking new orders
- i30 Sedan: 3-6 months
- i30 Sedan N: Lower than three months
- Sonata: 3-6 months
- Venue: 3-6 months
- Kona 2.0 and 1.6T: 6-12 months
- Kona Electrical: 6-12 months
- Kona N: Lower than 3 months
- Tucson: Lower than 3 months for present orders, 3-6 months for brand spanking new orders
- Santa Fe
- Santa Fe petrol and diesel: 3-6 months for present orders, 6-12 months for brand spanking new orders
- Santa Fe Hybrid: 3-6 months
- Palisade: 3-6 months
- Staria: 3-6 months
- Staria Load: 3-6 months
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