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Hello, I have a 2022 N-Line and I can not find form fit splash guards anywhere. I know the N-Line has been out in Europe for a while and you can find splash guards for the non N-Line but I still can't find any for the N-Line. Besides the extra protection from salt and dirty splash, I always put splash guards (not giant ugly rally mud flaps) on my vehicles, I just think they look good.

Has anyone found any?

Here's a pic of my 2022 N-Line. The pic makes it look black but its actually the Thunder Grey.
 

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Fronts from dealers and rears. I had these on my Kona till I switched to Rally Armor, and they are very easy to install and worked pretty well. My bad, it doesn't tell you they don't fit the N-Line on the website. There is conflicting info across numerous trusted parts websites, honestly I would get the dealership to verify the part numbers, or just order through them. I highly doubt they changed enough to the point they don't fit on the N-Line but it's up to you if you want to deal with a potential return after finding out.
 

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There are OEM splash guards specifically for the N-line because I bought a set front and rear at the dealers. However they are small and I am not sure how useful they are at extra protection from road splash.

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Huh, I guess I never called the dealer or part dept. I just figured I could find them online like the rest of EVERYTHING in the world. Thanks for the heads up, I check the with a dealer.
 

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There are OEM splash guards specifically for the N-line because I bought a set front and rear at the dealers. However they are small and I am not sure how useful they are at extra protection from road splash.

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They work pretty well on the Kona. I had them for a year before getting the rally armor ones, and they stopped a fair bit of mud and water from messing up the door and rear bumper. Nothing crazy, but kept the car looking cleaner for longer.
 

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They work pretty well on the Kona. I had them for a year before getting the rally armor ones, and they stopped a fair bit of mud and water from messing up the door and rear bumper. Nothing crazy, but kept the car looking cleaner for longer.
Do you happen to still have the OEM # for the 2022 Kona N mud guards you ordered through the dealer? I can't find them on the internet.
 

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Hi all, any update on finding OEM mud guards, other than from dealer? We just ordered our 2022 Kona N-line and wasn't sure if it's worth spending nearly $200 (after taxes) for them through the dealer if I can find them elsewhere. But it seems like it's hard to find anything online specifically for the 2022 N-line. Located in Canada btw.
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Hi all, any update on finding OEM mud guards, other than from dealer? We just ordered our 2022 Kona N-line and wasn't sure if it's worth spending nearly $200 (after taxes) for them through the dealer if I can find them elsewhere. But it seems like it's hard to find anything online specifically for the 2022 N-line. Located in Canada btw.
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Save your money, the OEM splash guards are useless, they are too small and in no way prevent any of the road muck getting on the car. I have them so speak from experience. BTW i only paid $74 CDN for front and back.
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Save your money, the OEM splash guards are useless, they are too small and in no way prevent any of the road muck getting on the car. I have them so speak from experience. BTW i only paid $74 CDN for front and back.
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Thanks for the tip..If I wind up buying I would have considered these but they do look kind of basic. Any suggestions where to out non OEM?
 

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Save your money, the OEM splash guards are useless, they are too small and in no way prevent any of the road muck getting on the car. I have them so speak from experience. BTW i only paid $74 CDN for front and back.
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Thanks for the feedback. I still wouldn't mind them even if they are tiny and don't do much, as I also like their esthetic, but do prefer smaller more discrete ones. I personally really don't like the look of rally armor. wayy to big.

So how did you get urs for that price? was it through dealer? did u get just the physical mudguards without installation?

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Thanks for the feedback. I still wouldn't mind them even if they are tiny and don't do much, as I also like their esthetic, but do prefer smaller more discrete ones. I personally really don't like the look of rally armor. wayy to big.

So how did you get urs for that price? was it through dealer? did u get just the physical mudguards without installation?

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Look on their Canadian website, that is the add on charge for a new one. They do like really small, and I'm not sure server a purpose to be honest. Shows $79 for the front, same price for the back on a new build
 

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Thanks for the tip..If I wind up buying I would have considered these but they do look kind of basic. Any suggestions where to out non OEM?
I am gonna install Rally Armor as soon as they have a kit for the N-Line. Downside is they are pretty pricey for what they are.

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I bought the mudguards at the dealer and installed myself.

Pat.
Thank you for confirming. 74 cad I don't mind, even as tiny and useless as they are. But $180+tax is absurd, especially since I DONT want the dealership butcher shop to touch my brand new car (the price includes installation). Going to call back and see what they charge and if available to get just the guards.
 

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Reached out to my local dealer and got the following: "They are $37.97 for the fronts and $37.97 for the rears. The installation is $84 and all prices are plus tax."
I'm happy to see I can get them for $76+tax. I can live with that, and will install them myself, properly, without risk of having brand new car scratched. 😁
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Reached out to my local dealer and got the following: "They are $37.97 for the fronts and $37.97 for the rears. The installation is $84 and all prices are plus tax."
I'm happy to see I can get them for $76+tax. I can live with that, and will install them myself, properly, without risk of having brand new car scratched. 😁
Thanks guys.
The install is dead easy. fronts you just have to turn the steering full lock either side. Rear you just need an offset screw driver. IE: small ratchet that takes bits instead of sockets.

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Thanks for the feedback. I still wouldn't mind them even if they are tiny and don't do much, as I also like their esthetic, but do prefer smaller more discrete ones. I personally really don't like the look of rally armor. wayy to big.

So how did you get urs for that price? was it through dealer? did u get just the physical mudguards without installation?

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Google "discount online Hyundai parts store" and you should get about 8 of them (USA- you will need to look for Canadian) . Look for the ones that show they are dealers. You will save some money.
 

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Reached out to my local dealer and got the following: "They are $37.97 for the fronts and $37.97 for the rears. The installation is $84 and all prices are plus tax."
I'm happy to see I can get them for $76+tax. I can live with that, and will install them myself, properly, without risk of having brand new car scratched. 😁
Thanks guys.
Did you end up ordering and installing? Have a 2022 N Line, as well. It really needs mud guards, as I have been looking. I’m like you, I like the aesthetic of the factory guards. Rally Armor look way to big.
 
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