We have a 2017 Hyundai ELANTRA with 12,000 miles on it my wife is the primary driver I drove it recently and noticed the transmission was feeling weird little bit in for Noyle change and mentioned it to the dealer they called me back a few hours later and said the transmission needs to be replaced under warranty they gave us a rental car for free the next day they called me and said the transmission is on back order she has been driving this rental car now for 10 weeks it sounds to me like every transmission and all the Elantra’s must be bad any thoughts?
Yeah, I’d plan on not keeping this car beyond the warranty period… which for a Hyundai is 10 years or 100K miles for the powertrain.
They are doing the right thing, obviously they are behind on making enough transmissions to supply the cars they’ve sold with bad trans. Drive on, be patient, and your car will get fixed.
Does your Elantra have the automatic dual clutch transmission? Also called DSG?