Hello everybody... I know this topic has probably been posted more than once, but I thought getting some fresh opinions would be helpful before I attempt to convince my dealer in Ontario, Canada that there is a problem with motor noise on my 2019 Kona EV (purchased April 2019). The problem started about 6 months into ownership but I've been tolerating it by drowning it in loud music ... lol... as it does not seem to affect performance at all. I finally decided to strap on an old iphone to the engine (motor block) and turn on the voice recorder while I took it for a short ride. Here is a breakdown in the timeline of what the car is actually doing, so you can follow along: 0:00 - 0:20: accelerate to 80km/h (clicking noise in motor heard during acceleration) 0:21 - 1:39: holding speed around 80-85km/h (low pitch motor noise evident during acceleration only - goes away only during coasting/regen) 1:40 - 2:06: gradual slowing approaching a left turn 2:07 - 2:19: complete stop / accel with clicking noise 2:20 - 2:42: same 2:43 - 3:22: same Does this sound familiar to any of you? If so, what solutions are out there? I've heard about motor replacement, and I've mentioned it to my dealer in Ontario and they had a shocked look of disbelief and I knew I wasn't going to get anywhere without some proof to back up my claims. They even took it for a ride and could not detect (or hear) a problem, which does not surprise me if all you drive is an ICE every day where noise like this is ignored and common. My car is also due for a battery replacement, that is a whole new topic... but wouldn't it be nice if both issues were resolved while I was stuck without my car for a few days. Any help appreciated!