Hello, I just recently purchased a used certified pre-owned elantra gt sport with tech pk with 24k miles on it. Previously it was a leased vehicle. I've since put ~2k miles on it, just commuting to work and school. I live in the mountains and it gets to around 30f sometimes during nights being winter and all. I spend like 70% of my commute climbing up and down the mountain. At 2/2/2022 at 5:46pm after coming off my shift, the car displayed a check engine light. Grabbed a ob2 scanner, no codes showed. However I opened the hood and checked the engine oil and it smelled of gasoline. I wasn't expecting problems this early, with having bought it .... or financed it on 1/14/2022. I still have the 10y/100k miles warranty, however I think the 5y/60k warranty has expired now. Prior to the cel, there were some small problems like hesitation to accelerate with high rpm's from coming from a stop, but I thought that was just part of the quirks of the car and this being my first DCT and turbo'd car I kinda thought it was to be expected. Before buying the car I looked at the best ways to try and mitigate the issues the car had, like avoiding creeping in traffic and on inclines, drove mostly in manual mode, because I was afraid of the issues I read and heard about its unpredictable nature at times, but also because driving it that way felt more fun. I have a scheduled meeting with the nearest Hyundai dealer with me. The one I bought this car from is about 1 hour and 23 minutes away. What is the best course of action for this?