Yes. Almost certainly. I'd like to request a replacement, but I'll need an immediate replacement. If not I'll ask for a refund and purchase a different make and model.I think the discussions within these pages have proven there is nothing typical about Hyundai's ability to deliver.
Are you thinking of rejecting your own Ioniq?
You are right and it's not straight forward, complicated by the fact I bought through a broker. However, I have checked and PCH falls under the Consumer Credit act, the Consumer Goods act 2015 also applies. Hyundai Finance is run by ALD, I shall be notifying them, the broker and theI think I would be pursuing the same course of action if I were in your position.
Unfortunately, as I recall, you mentioned going for a PCH which means the car is not yours to reject.
It is still possible, but you’ll need to deal with the finance company instead of the dealer.
However, I feel that you will have looked into this already, and will know exactly what is involved.
I wish you well.
i think as long as its not Brown or Orange, I'l be happy with a fault free vehicle. It would need to be a Premium or Premium SE though.From my experience, it really varies from dealer to dealer. Some seem to have extra stock ordered which can be made available for deliver pretty soon. You need to push the broker/current dealer to hunt for a replacement for you quickly (specially if u can be lil flexible on colour choice). All the best, hope it will all get sorted soon.