Wingstep Retractable Running Board for the Hyundai Palisade

Fritz

New Member
Messages
24
Reactions
9
#6

jaimelag

New Member
Messages
3
Reactions
1
#7
I inquired and received a quote of $890 for the wingstep running board + $260 shipping to USA
 
Messages
39
Reactions
10
#8
I am very skeptical about the website so I haven't ordered yet. If anyone does order please let us all know and how your experience went.
 
Last edited:
Messages
50
Reactions
41
#9
I would get them in a heartbeat too, but my only concerns are:
1. installing them in a shop that knows how to install (should be easy)
2. Warranty in US if something goes wrong
3. If it voids hyundai warranty as it needs to tap into factory wiring
 

Kwood

New Member
Messages
13
Reactions
5
#10
I inquired and received a quote of $890 for the wingstep running board + $260 shipping to USA
I inquired as well, and received the same quote. $1150US, convert to Canadian for me: $1520CAN for running boards. Seems a bit pricey for me, but then again I don't know the current going price for running boards, let alone automatic ones.

If these do void the warranty, then I'm out. As much as I love the Wing Step, it's not worth voiding the extended 8 year warranty I have.
 
Messages
39
Reactions
10
#11
How can we check if it would void a warranty or not? Also wondering if maybe even a dealer would install these to help prevent that?
 
Last edited:

rsouthern

New Member
Messages
8
Reactions
1
#12
Did anyone else notice the power folding mirrors on the Palidase?
Also, those wheels look very nice, are they an option in the US on the Limited version? They have a very Mercedes/BMW vibe to them
 
Messages
39
Reactions
10
#13
Did anyone else notice the power folding mirrors on the Palidase?
Also, those wheels look very nice, are they an option in the US on the Limited version? They have a very Mercedes/BMW vibe to them
The power folding mirrors are a Korean option only and not sure about the wheels but there are only 2 (or 3) different wheel options but they are standard to each of the trim levels.
 
Messages
39
Reactions
10
#15
That's actually not that bad.
No that isnt but still have to factor in the installation cost (whatever that may be) and also doing it without voiding any warranty.. I wouldn't mind being the gunie pig as long as I knew I'd for sure get the product

Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
 

3sons66

New Member
Messages
17
Reactions
1
#16
I inquired as well, and received the same quote. $1150US, convert to Canadian for me: $1520CAN for running boards. Seems a bit pricey for me, but then again I don't know the current going price for running boards, let alone automatic ones.

If these do void the warranty, then I'm out. As much as I love the Wing Step, it's not worth voiding the extended 8 year warranty I have.
Power boards from AMP Research were $1500 for my Tahoe. I'd buy these in a heartbeat for my new Palisade if I could.
 
Messages
59
Reactions
12
#17
I have installed the 1st pair of automatic running boards that is known in the US and have been assigned the reseller for US for anyone who is interested. There are several brands of these in South Korea where WingStep in the off brand of the more popular and resilient brands. To complete this install it does require some advanced mechanical knowledge and I have worked out a deal with a local shop in Texas that has been certified to install these too. Again if this is something you are wanting we can work out the details of providing you the hardware and you can take the attempt to install yourself or arrange a UShip or weekend job to get things installed at the local shop here. I have posted a couple of pics of the side steps for people to see and you can DM me if you are interested in purchasing /installing the product for your ride. I will have more pictures up later on this forum and others.
 
Messages
39
Reactions
10
#18
I have installed the 1st pair of automatic running boards that is known in the US and have been assigned the reseller for US for anyone who is interested. There are several brands of these in South Korea where WingStep in the off brand of the more popular and resilient brands. To complete this install it does require some advanced mechanical knowledge and I have worked out a deal with a local shop in Texas that has been certified to install these too. Again if this is something you are wanting we can work out the details of providing you the hardware and you can take the attempt to install yourself or arrange a UShip or weekend job to get things installed at the local shop here. I have posted a couple of pics of the side steps for people to see and you can DM me if you are interested in purchasing /installing the product for your ride. I will have more pictures up later on this forum and others.
I'm not in your area but how much total with shipping estimate to the east coast and what brand is this if it isn't wingstep? Also do you have English instructions? I've found a local shop that will install this only because I am concerned about the wiring

Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
 
Messages
59
Reactions
12
#19
I'm not in your area but how much total with shipping estimate to the east coast and what brand is this if it isn't wingstep? Also do you have English instructions? I've found a local shop that will install this only because I am concerned about the wiring

Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
Sending you a DM since I am working out the logistics and semantics of things. I value your input!
 

Vpatel25

New Member
Messages
2
Reactions
0
#20
Hi I’m interested as well and talked to person at hi-motors regarding these. He sent me instructions but programming is in Korean so not sure how that will work. Can you give me some details on install please? Also are there different wing-step boards? I saw your video and one shows amber blinking lights. I would want something like that with the white entry and exit
 

Hyundai Palisade Posts



Top