by Hyundai Hot hatches have the longest wait times, while you will also have to wait a while to receive a new Kona.
Ordering for the i20 N remains on hold as Hyundai Australia struggles to deal with the backlog of orders, with waiting times of 12 months or more for those in the queue.
It closed new orders for the i20 N last year, and we don’t expect to see orders reopen for the small pocket rocket in the next few months.
Also a significant wait is the i30 Hatch N. Existing orderers are waiting 6-12 months, while new orders will take more than a year.
The situation for the i30 Sedan N and Kona N is significantly better, with Hyundai citing ample supplies and high inventories for both and waiting times of up to three months for both new and existing orders. in.
Other Kona are waiting 6-12 months longer, including the Kona Electric.
Hyundai says it has a steady supply of Sonata, Venue, Santa Fe Hybrid and Staria Load.
Here are the wait times across Hyundai’s range as of January 2023:
- i20N: 12 months or more (no new orders)
- i30 Hatch: Less than 3 months for current order, 3-6 months for new order (good supply for all versions)
- i30 Hatch N: 6-12 months for existing order, more than 12 months for new order
- i30 Sedan: 3-6 months
- i30 Sedan N: Under three months
- sonata: 3-6 months
- Place: 3-6 months
- Kona 2.0 and 1.6T: 6-12 months
- Kona Electric: 6-12 months
- Kona N: Under 3 months
- Tucson: Less than 3 months for existing orders, 3-6 months for new orders
- Santa Claus Fe
- Santa Fe petrol and diesel engines: 3-6 months for existing orders, 6-12 months for new orders
- Santa Fe Hybrid: 3-6 months
- fence: 3-6 months
- star: 3-6 months
- Download Staria: 3-6 months