Hyundai i30 Sedan N and Kona N SUV stocks rise as shortages continue in most other models

Hyundai Australia has received additional allocation of the i30 Sedan N and Kona N SUVs, however the SUV models and most mainstream SUV models still have long wait times.

Australia is about to get a supply boost for the Hyundai i30 Sedan N and Kona N performance SUVs; however, there are still long wait times on the Hyundai i20 N and Hyundai i30 N hatchbacks and most SUVs in the range.

hyundai has recommended 637 additional examples of the Hyundai Kona N SUV Y Hyundai i30 Sedan N They will be available in local showrooms shortly, as part of a total shipment of 1,146 examples to be made in the coming months, as data shows Australia to be one of the world’s most popular markets for performance vehicles. of the South Korean automobile company.

Data from Hyundai Australia shows that Hyundai N (and N Line cosmetic upgraded models) accounted for around 5 per cent of the brand’s sales locally in 2019 with the share of these models growing to 28 per cent of the mix. models last year, aided by the arrival of new models.

While lead times on these two models are expected to be reduced, and some customers may accept immediate delivery, dealers are reporting long lead times on most of Hyundai’s range.

Hyundai dealers said Handle there are a small number of hyundai tucson Elite and N Line packages arrive, as well as regular versions of the hyundai i30 hatch.

A statement from Hyundai Australia confirmed the orders for the Hyundai i20 north remain suspended and i30 N hot hatch wait times also lengthen.

“The waiting list (for the Hyundai i20 N) has become too long and we must now fill orders,” a Hyundai Australia statement said.

“The i30 N hatchback supply outside the Czech Republic is also very restricted. The (regular) Kona and i30 models, both from (South Korea), are a challenge, as is the Venue (SUV).

“We advise customers to visit their local dealership and inquire about the stock situation, if you are prepared to be a bit flexible on price and (equipment) the cars may be available immediately.”

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Joshua Dowling has been a motorsports journalist for over 20 years, spending most of that time working for The Sydney Morning Herald (as motorsports editor and an early member of the Drive team) and News Corp Australia. He joined CarAdvice/Drive in 2018 and has been a World Car of the Year judge for over 10 years.

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