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Old 12-23-2021, 12:07 PM   #26
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Hyundai is not doing themselves any favors... they essentially pulled most links about the car from the website. Used to be in the 'model' and 'Build and Price' pages, but has been removed.

Was also listed in the "No Way Home" promo, but they pulled it from there, too, and replaced it all with the Tucson.

They only way to find it now, on the site, is on the home page, under the "What's Happening at Hyundai" page, and then "Show More" with a link to the 'old' No Way Home page/promo/info.

That said, once you do all that, and go to configure, prices are now on the site. (Which they weren't 2 days ago).

RWD...
SE Standard Range $39,700
SE $43,650
SEL $45,900
Limited $40,600

Dual Motor...
SE/SEL add $3500
Limited add $3900
N/A on SE Standard Range

Why is Limited +$400 than the others?
MSRP does not mean anything and reservations means nothing.
Dealers ask 5k+ markup and very hard to find dealers who sell it for MSRP.
They donít care reservations. Whoever put money down, they will sell.
It has strong demands and not sure when I can get it since I donít want to pay more than MSRP.
Also part shortages do not help either since Hyundai changes features (downgrade).
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Old 12-23-2021, 12:36 PM   #27
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Here I am just wanting good colors to be offered.
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Old 12-23-2021, 04:22 PM   #28
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I saw Forrest Auto reviews did a test from CA to Texas and the range was horrible - about 193 miles to empty, cruise at 70, and in Eco mode for the AWD version. Not great
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Old 12-31-2021, 03:52 AM   #29
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Old 12-31-2021, 05:21 PM   #30
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I saw Forrest Auto reviews did a test from CA to Texas and the range was horrible - about 193 miles to empty, cruise at 70, and in Eco mode for the AWD version. Not great
That's strange as CarWow got 237 miles (the EV6 got 273) in their video comparison with the AWD version where they drive a bunch of new EV's to empty. You can skip to the 43 minute mark for the final results but this is a legit comparison test. I have never heard of Forrest Auto reviews before.


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Old 12-31-2021, 09:13 PM   #31
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I saw Forrest Auto reviews did a test from CA to Texas and the range was horrible - about 193 miles to empty, cruise at 70, and in Eco mode for the AWD version. Not great
To empty? That seems more like down to the suggested 20%, and then to the suggested 80%?

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Old 12-31-2021, 10:03 PM   #32
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To empty? That seems more like down to the suggested 20%, and then to the suggested 80%?

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He said it was down to 10 miles to empty. He also said he was driving in cooler weather in the 40s:

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