Hyundai says it still has a strong supply of the i30 Sedan N and Kona N, as well as a “consistent supply” of its Santa Fe Hybrid and Venue.

    However, the brand says orders remain paused on the i20 N and i30 Hatch N. It closed new orders for the i20 N last year and did the same for the i30 Hatch N in February.

    The company has provided its most up-to-date wait times for its line-up to CarExpert below.

    “We always have vehicles available for immediate delivery,” said a spokesperson for Hyundai Australia.

    “There are approximately 14,000 vehicles either in dealer stock, landed, or on water (half of these would have customer names against them).”

    The brand’s latest electric vehicles remain supply-constrained.

    Hyundai continues to release limited allocations of its Ioniq 5, and is following this same strategy with the new Ioniq 6. Last month, for example, it made 300 Ioniq 6s and 170 Ioniq 5s available to order through its website.

    The outgoing Kona range continues to face wait times of up to 12 months, even as a new model touches down mid-year, with a new electric and hybrid model arriving in the fourth quarter of 2023.

    CarExpert can help you get up to three competitive quotes on any of the cars with open orders below.

    ModelApproximate wait time for current ordersWait time for new ordersEnquire
    i20 N12+ monthsOrders pausedEnquire
    i30 HatchUnder 3 months3-6 monthsGet quote
    i30 Hatch N6-12 monthsOrders pausedEnquire
    i30 Sedan3-6 months3-6 monthsTest Drive
    i30 Sedan NUnder 3 monthsUnder 3 monthsTest Drive
    Sonata3-6 months3-6 monthsGet quote
    VenueUnder 3 months3-6 monthsGet quote
    Kona3-6 months3-6 monthsGet quote
    Kona Electric6-12 months6-12 monthsGet quote
    Kona NUnder 3 months3-6 monthsGet quote
    TucsonUnder 3 months3-6 monthsEnquire
    Santa FeUnder 3 months3-6 monthsEnquire
    Santa Fe HybridUnder 3 months3-6 monthsEnquire
    Palisade3-6 months3-6 monthsEnquire
    Staria3-6 months3-6 monthsEnquire
    Staria Load3-6 months3-6 monthsEnquire

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    William Stopford is an automotive journalist based in Brisbane, Australia. William is a Business/Journalism graduate from the Queensland University of Technology who loves to travel, briefly lived in the US, and has a particular interest in the American car industry.

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