My 2017 Sonata Hybrid is at the dealership since May 2021 await an engine replacement. They are telling me the parts have not arrived. How long does this usually take?
Whatever the normal time limit is to ship from South Korea - 6 to 8 weeks. If there were no pandemic. But there is, and it has slowed everything from getting parts, manufacturing parts, shipping, receiving, and trucking. So there is a hold up in the supply chain, and as you probably have heard it just isn't affecting cars. The good news! Your car is holding its value.My 2017 Sonata Hybrid is at the dealership since May 2021 await an engine replacement. They are telling me the parts have not arrived. How long does this usually take?
my 16 Sonata is at the dealer for the engine problem - went in mid Sept. Diagnosed as bad conn rod bearing, engine being replace under warranty (98,500 miles).I guess technically you gto the full use out of the vehicle according to the manufacturer... If any issue were documented before warranty was up then you should have been good to pursue.
You should have a 10/100 powertrain waranty still. Which has been extended to 15/150.I bought my 2017 Sonata Hybrid Limited from a Toyota dealership used. Since my engine is under recall would I have my warranty reinstated or would I be SOL? I love my car but engine failure is a pretty big red flag especially when not under warranty. It only has 64k miles on it. Anyone ever experience my problem before?
The original, new warranty stopped at 5y/60k for subsequent owners. However, the powertrain warranty isn't transferable.This new warranty extension applies to new and subsequent owners now.
Hyundai will send a letter tells you the extended warranty. Looks similar to those recall letters but it is not a recall.The original, new warranty stopped at 5y/60k for subsequent owners. However, the powertrain warranty isn't transferable.
Do you have any official information on the warranty extension? It is not on the recall notice / information.