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'Hood Deflector' 'Hood Guard'

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There are a couple other threads on the general theme, but they dwell on different products like a bra. However, a recent thread on running boards (side steps) references this:
Red Logo Hood Deflector
Automotive parking light Car Grille Automotive lighting Automotive tire

There's no return for that part no. either with general search or directly with Hyundai Parts for U.S. But I did notice that poster is from Canada so I think I found the listing on the site even if no direct reference to confirm the part no. or a direct means of purchasing:

Automotive parking light Car Vehicle Grille Automotive lighting

Now, I did find one aftermarket deflector from a popular online source, but with a couple indications it's a different manufacturer - top lip, slightly different shaped scrivet heads, and maybe even a different anchoring detail?......

Automotive parking light Tire Wheel Car Vehicle

Rim Material property Outdoor shoe Office supplies Tints and shades

Rectangle Sewing machine needle Sewing machine feet Household appliance accessory Wood

Bottomline, the price is cheaper, but not a priority for decision-making. The reference to '2021-2022' fitment is of interest (concern) as I can't imagine the hoods are the same after the all-new design of the '22. And I'd like to see the anchoring method of the 'Genuine Hyundai' unit if it's more robust.

Has anyone up yonder north tracked this down as of yet?
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You might consider getting PPF (Paint protective film) on the sensitive front areas of the car, I did. About 1/3+ up the front of the hood, the fenders, mirrors, side posts and roof where it slants up. Very hard to even see it. I have found a small spot where it absorbed a rock or something and is self healing some now.
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