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I'm thinking maybe...:

  • pricing end of July?
  • not more that $3K over the regular Hybrid?
  • so, maybe $4K less after federal tax credits, for those that qualify?
  • two tenths/second faster than the regular 0-60. But, feel noticeably quicker in the 25mph - 60mph of daily driving?
  • Not Rav4 Prime quick, but close?
 

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I'm in the market for a PHEV in this class and had pretty much settled on a Prime. Then looked at the 2022 Tucson and really liked what I saw. Nicer interior, great looking outside, etc. Then my excitement faded very quickly when I saw it's 31 miles electric range! The entire point of a PHEV is to try to do daily driving 100% electric and have the ICE for longer drives. Doesn't Hyundai understand that in America things are often spread out? Not everyone lives in downtown metropolises. Ugh, what to do. Tucson offers better interior space, Prime offers better e-range.
 

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I'm thinking maybe...:

  • pricing end of July?
  • not more that $3K over the regular Hybrid?
  • so, maybe $4K less after federal tax credits, for those that qualify?
  • two tenths/second faster than the regular 0-60. But, feel noticeably quicker in the 25mph - 60mph of daily driving?
  • Not Rav4 Prime quick, but close?
I'm thinking maybe...:

  • pricing end of July?
  • not more that $3K over the regular Hybrid?
  • so, maybe $4K less after federal tax credits, for those that qualify?
  • two tenths/second faster than the regular 0-60. But, feel noticeably quicker in the 25mph - 60mph of daily driving?
  • Not Rav4 Prime quick, but close?
Anyone have an update on timing for Canada of plug in model?
 

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Anyone have an update on timing for Canada of plug in model?
I live in Vancouver and have deposits with 2 different dealerships in my area, one tells me July while the other says August.

When I initially put my deposit down on the first dealership in May, the Hyundai Canada website said pre-order, arriving Summer 2021
but then 2 weeks later, the website had updated to arriving Fall 2021

Now, the Tucson PHEV pre-order page is no longer accessible from the Hyundai Canada website. The only way to view it is by searching via Google results. There's no more navigational buttons or menus that direct you to it from the homepage. Not a great sign. I've submitted feedback to Hyundai Canada to ask for more info and am awaiting a response.
 

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In line with what I thought it would be, what's even more surprising is the HyundaiUSA website still has yet to announce pricing on their website.
 

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I'm thinking maybe...:

  • pricing end of July?
  • not more that $3K over the regular Hybrid?
  • so, maybe $4K less after federal tax credits, for those that qualify?
  • two tenths/second faster than the regular 0-60. But, feel noticeably quicker in the 25mph - 60mph of daily driving?
  • Not Rav4 Prime quick, but close?
The Hybrid Tucsons were suppose to be in the US early spring. Although I reserved a Limited Hybrid on March 24th thru Hyundai USA, my dealer got his first Limited Hybrid last week. Good luck with getting a Plug in any time soon
 

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Randy, We picked our Hybrid Limited up in USA about 5K ago, May 20th.
 

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In line with what I thought it would be, what's even more surprising is the HyundaiUSA website still has yet to announce pricing on their website.
A simple conversion is $38,600. in USD. I know, pricing isn't that simple. But, yeah, why no HyundaiUSA pricing yet?

Any ETA at dealerships for Canada?
 

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NO way! To qualify for state credit a price has to be below $45k
I don't get it. I was expecting $44,999
e.g. Rav4 is 44,990
The price in Canada for the PHEV is under $45K. The screenshot shows as $45,451 because it is taking into account the fees of roughly $1800-$1900.

Price includes Delivery and Destination charges, fees, levies and all applicable charges (excluding HST, GST/PST).
Price excludes registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. Fees may vary by dealer. Certain exterior or interior colour options may cost extra.
 

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The price in Canada for the PHEV is under $45K. The screenshot shows as $45,451 because it is taking into account the fees of roughly $1800-$1900.

Price includes Delivery and Destination charges, fees, levies and all applicable charges (excluding HST, GST/PST).
Price excludes registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. Fees may vary by dealer. Certain exterior or interior colour options may cost extra.
Canada gets more hybrids than the US. If you are in the US you won't get a plug in till nest spring or summer..If you check the availability of a Tucson Limited Hybrid nation wide you be lucky to find one that the dealer really has.
 
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