Mahindra XUV700 continues to have the best ready interval within the Indian automotive market, whereas a number of different automobiles have managed to cut back their wait instances
Within the Indian automotive market, we have been seeing an increase in demand for brand new automobiles in current instances. Nonetheless, as a consequence of elements like semiconductor chip scarcity, carmakers aren’t in a position to satiate that demand in a well timed method. This has led to many fashionable automobiles having sky-high ready intervals these days.
Mahindra XUV700 has the longest ready interval of all automobiles at the moment on sale in India, reaching as excessive as 21 months for choose variants! Its sibling – Mahindra Thar – additionally has a large ready interval, stretching as much as a 12 months for a number of variants. Each these SUVs get pleasure from a really sturdy demand amongst consumers.
The recently-launched Kia Carens has a ready interval of as much as a 12 months as properly, however solely on a number of variants. For many variants, the official wait time ranges from 3 months to five months. Subsequent in line is Kia’s subcompact SUV – Sonet – for which the wait until supply varies from 4 months to 7 months, relying on the chosen variant.
As for Hyundai Creta, consumers now have to attend wherever between 4 months to 7 months to take supply. Maruti Ertiga, the highest-selling MPV within the Indian market, calls for a wait of round 3 months to five months between reserving and taking supply, with its CNG variant surprisingly being the one with the decrease official wait time
Skoda’s newest entry within the Indian automotive market – Slavia – has already managed to garner over 10,000 bookings up to now. On account of its excessive demand, the ready interval for it goes as excessive as 4 months now. The identical is the case with the brand new Baleno facelift – it has a ready interval of as much as 4 months for choose variants, because of sturdy demand.
|Mahindra XUV700||As much as 21 months|
|Mahindra Thar||As much as 12 months|
|Kia Carens||As much as 12 months|
|Kia Sonet||As much as 7 months|
|Hyundai Creta||As much as 7 months|
|Maruti Ertiga||As much as 5 months|
|Skoda Slavia||As much as 4 months|
|Maruti Baleno||As much as 4 months|
|Tata Nexon||As much as 4 months (as much as 5 months for EV)|
|Nissan Magnite||As much as 4 months|
For the IC-engine model of Tata Nexon (ie its petrol and diesel variants), the official wait time ranges between 2 months and 4 months. As for its electrical model (Nexon EV), the wait until supply is just a little greater – round 5 months. Rounding off our record is Nissan Magnite, which has a ready interval of as much as 4 months.