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How long are Hyundai’s wait times? Tucson, Kona Hybrid and i30 Sedan N now down to three months


Hyundai Australia have come out the other side of COVID-19 with greater supply of vehicles right across their range 

While some manufacturers are still struggling with car supply, Hyundai Australia is confident that it can deliver a car to most of its customers within a few months. 

This means that models including the i30 Sedan N performance sedan, Venue small SUV, Kona and Kona Hybrid small SUVs, Tucson midsize SUV, Santa Fe large SUV and Palisade large SUV all have an approximate wait time of just three months from the initial date of order.

Orders have at last resumed for the i30 N and i20 N pocket rockets, however wait times are a little longer, with an estimated wait time of around six months. Though, as always, wait times will fluctuate based on specification of the vehicle.

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There is good supply for many Hyundais, including the Tucson midsize SUV

Hyundai has said it will pause orders on non N-versions of the i30 hatch shortly, as it transitions from South Korean production to the Czech Republic, which you can read about in our separate article.

This is a clear improvement from just 12 months ago where supply was still constrained for many automakers delivering cars to Australia. 

Are there any models that will take longer?

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The Hyundai Staria has the longest wait time for Hyundai at the moment

Hyundai Australia states that the Staria people mover and Staria Load commercial van have the longest wait time of roughly six to nine months for new orders. 

The unusually long order time is due to the fact some engine and other specification restrictions in the production process have hampered output.

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