Over at the other forum GC theres a guy saying according to his district rep the first Coupe's will be released by the last week in Feb or the first week in March.
Thanks for the info DD, it's appreciated. I have tried to get official word from Hyundai but no word yet but at least the dealers are seeing some movement, which tells us that they are at least getting ready for the car. :clap: I just hate the waitin although the extra time let's me get my trucked fixed and as soon as its fixed Its going up for sale and I'm using that as my downpayment.Actually the end of Feb/beginning of March sounds about right. Hyundai's four US parts warehouses have begun to receive stock of some of the maintenance items for the Coupe (air filters, brake pads, etc). Being as impatient as I am about it, I checked some of the other parts as well (mostly crash parts) and the warehouses show an ETA of early to mid February. Judging by the timeframe of past new vehicle debuts, that would put the car mostly likely starting to hit the lots around the beginning of March.
Sabbasaun, most of the time it will take weeks before dealers all over the US see the cars. When we first heard of the Genesis sedans arriving in California, it took an additional month or so before we saw any of ours arrive. This may be the reason for the late March press day. Just a guess tho...
Just wait a little longer, the cars are already here in the States!Hyundai Motor workers planning strike after lunar new year in Korea...
You know what this means...........longer release date. I hate to say this and really can't wait anymore...but will wait. no choice.
HMA~~ Hey, I am buying used 2005 Porsche Cayenne Turbo with stock 450hp instead should cost around same from auction. 2006 Turbo S version has 520hp stock......just cost too much~
yeah good question, I think they will have to, especially since all the hype around them, and the Super Bowl. What I fear is the dealers trying to mark them up because of the supply shortage..I wonder if they will still sell the ones that are already at the U.S. ports if the workers go on strike in Korea?