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Hi guys,

I ordered a 2022 Hyundai Tucson and I got an email this week saying my car arrived at the port of vancouver may 13th, so like a littlebit longer than a week ago. Does someone know from the time the car is at the port vancouver, how much time does it takes for it to be delivered? I'm in Montreal...

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Hi guys,

I ordered a 2022 Hyundai Tucson and I got an email this week saying my car arrived at the port of vancouver may 13th, so like a littlebit longer than a week ago. Does someone know from the time the car is at the port vancouver, how much time does it takes for it to be delivered? I'm in Montreal...

Thank you!
Maybe your dealer can tell you. My guess is a couple of weeks. Enjoy!
 

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It mostly depends on what the transport driver situation is. My Tucson HEV SEL was showing at Port Hueneme, CA for more than three weeks, before it changed to TN status (delivery/in transit). With the status change, planned delivery was updated to about one-and-a-half weeks. If they hold to that, my car should be here (Phoenix) next week.

My dealer confirmed that the port delay was largely due to a shortage in transport drivers. I have since read that Hyundai just contracted with another trucking company to increase their capacity. That will take a while to filter down to the actual delivery time from when it leaves the port, but should eventually help.

Use the very helpful react app at https://hiepcs.com/hyundai to check status with your VIN.
 

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It mostly depends on what the transport driver situation is. My Tucson HEV SEL was showing at Port Hueneme, CA for more than three weeks, before it changed to TN status (delivery/in transit). With the status change, planned delivery was updated to about one-and-a-half weeks. If they hold to that, my car should be here (Phoenix) next week.

My dealer confirmed that the port delay was largely due to a shortage in transport drivers. I have since read that Hyundai just contracted with another trucking company to increase their capacity. That will take a while to filter down to the actual delivery time from when it leaves the port, but should eventually help.

Use the very helpful react app at https://hiepcs.com/hyundai to check status with your VIN.
I suspect that our cars coming into Vancouver are shipped out by train, especially going all the way to Montreal. Then trucks for more regional distribution.
 

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It mostly depends on what the transport driver situation is. My Tucson HEV SEL was showing at Port Hueneme, CA for more than three weeks, before it changed to TN status (delivery/in transit). With the status change, planned delivery was updated to about one-and-a-half weeks. If they hold to that, my car should be here (Phoenix) next week.

My dealer confirmed that the port delay was largely due to a shortage in transport drivers. I have since read that Hyundai just contracted with another trucking company to increase their capacity. That will take a while to filter down to the actual delivery time from when it leaves the port, but should eventually help.

Use the very helpful react app at https://hiepcs.com/hyundai to check status with your VIN.
I dont think this app work for cars in Canada, it doesnt give me any answer with my VIN number
 
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