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Hyundai wait times 2023: Tucson and Santa Fe in good supply but no good news for N models


While some models are currently off the order books, some Hyundais can be delivered in as little as three months time 

Even almost a year after the end of COVID-19 lockdowns, the pandemic is still having a ripple effect through the new car market.

But the situation is improving for importers such as Hyundai, with supply of some models getting back to normal again. 

Here’s a look at what Hyundai models are available and what the estimated wait times will be for these models. 

Hyundai has good stock of the i30 Sedan N performance model

This is obviously subject to change and it is always best to speak with your local Hyundai dealership. 

Which Hyundai models are in good supply and can be delivered soon?

The following Hyundai models can be available for delivery within three to six months from the time of order:

2023 Hyundai Tucson N-Line red front 3/4
Models including the Hyundai Tucson and Santa Fe SUVs have between a three to six month wait time

The i30 Sedan N performance model has strong supply and stock in the market, according to Hyundai Australia. New orders placed can be delivered in under three months. 

The Hyundai i30 Sedan N has strong supply and stock in market, according to Hyundai Australia

What’s off the books for now?

The Hyundai i20 N and i30 N hatch order books have been closed for some time, and continue to be as Hyundai tries to catch up to the current level of orders it has. 

The Hyundai i20 N remains off the order books for Australia

For current orders already placed on these cars, Hyundai says that the i20 N has a wait of over 12 months, while the i30 N hatch has a wait time of between six and twelve months. 

However, the current Kona petrol and EV variants, as well as the performance N model, are closed completely to new orders.

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