While orders are now paused for the Hyundai i20 N and i30 N, you can still get your hands on some N products locally
However, the company says that as soon as production catches up with the order bank, orders will resume for the hot hatch. There is no telling yet when this might happen.
The i30 N follows in the footsteps of its little sibling, the i20 N, which also had its orders paused back in August 2022 to allow Hyundai to catch up with demand.
All of the current N products currently exceed Europe’s 95g/km C02 limit, with the Kona N being the worst of the lot, producing 206g/km of C02.
Despite the fact you can’t currently order either an i20 N or a i30 N, the good news is that there is strong supply and local stock available for the Kona N SUV and the i30 Sedan N.
Hyundai Australia says that there are high levels of stock in the market currently for these two models, with an approximate wait time being roughly three months.
The Kona N and i30 Sedan N both feature a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine that produces 206kW of power and 392Nm of torque. Both are available with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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