Your dealer may be a little optimistic. I’m seeing late August/early September and that’s assuming no additional hold ups once it arrives in the UK as there’s been a shortage of drivers to deliver from arrival at the docks to the dealer.I am quite “close” to a Hyundai dealer told 5 minutes ago that it is 22 weeks for a “today” order (end of July)
In theory, your Nov order, which will have missed December production ,cos not ordered in 1st week of Nov, should have been in January’s production
If I had to guess I would say “May or very end of May” for yours👍
Don’t get me wrong Hyundai have quite often beaten their estimated build dates, but especially in the current climate I personally wouldn’t like to be quoting ‘only’ 22 weeks.
For anyone reading this thread thinking of buying a Kona, there are a lot of dealer build slots that aren’t assigned to customers yet, as well as a few dealers that even have cars in stock ready to drive away today. Most of these pre-builts are Premium trims with no extras and 75% 64kWh, 25% 39kWh. Range of different colors. So if not too picky most people won’t have to wait anywhere near this long for a car.