Craving to buy a car soon, well, good luck! The waiting periods on vehicles are currently at an all-time high. If you’re trying to buy a car now, you should reconsider your decision. The semiconductor shortage is the most prominent reason for the delays in deliveries. Here is a list of Cars with the highest waiting periods. The List goes from low to high waiting periods.
Toyota Fortuner (4 months)
The Country’s most beloved full-size SUV, the Toyota Fortuner, is at the List’s pinnacle. The Fortuner is also at the peak for reliability and comfort. The automobile has been in the market for quite some time now and has experienced multiple facelifts. The current variant of the Toyota Fortuner stands first in the queue with a waiting period of 4 months.
Tata Safari/ Tata Harrier (3-4 months)
India’s favourite Safari was unveiled earlier this year, and the audience loved it. The love is showing in the waiting periods, exceeding up to 3 to 4 months for this wild SUV. The five-occupant variant of the Tata Harrier also stands Head-to-head with a four-month-long waiting period.
MG Hector (3-4 months)
The semiconductor shortage has also wounded MG Hector. Earlier, this vehicle never had an extended waiting period; the company recently came up with a waiting period of 3 to 4 months. The MG Hector’s ample space, plush interior, gazillion features make it a desirable wild beast, especially for a chauffeur-driven audience.
MG Astor (3-4 months)
The MG Astor has secretly taken over the Indian market with a storm. The MG Astor is the only vehicle that provides the ADAS feature. The automobile also offers soft to touch materials all over the dashboard, plush, leather-covered interior. These segment-first features have bought up the MG Astor up to the top of the List in the highest waiting periods.
Renault Kiger (up to 4 months)
The Renault Kiger is a five-seater compact SUV offered at a pocket-friendly price to its buyers. The company is providing this compact SUV in 23 wide ranges of variants.
Nissan Magnite (up to 5 months)
The Nissan Magnate is also a good product by the carmaker. This compact SUV has a different fan base as it has a powerful engine with hard-core looks. The company promises to deliver within 4 to 5 months.
Kia Sonet (6-7 months)
The Kia Sonet is the company’s answer to the Tata Nexon and Hyundai Venue. This segment doesn’t contain a lot of options, and when Kia Sonet came into the competition with features such as Front Parking Sensors, Ventilated Seats, the new owners received it well. Now the Kia Sonet has a waiting period of up to 7 months.
Kia Seltos (6-8 months)
The carmaker has sold over 2,00,000 cars in the Country quickly. The company has gained immense trust and popularity at the same time in the Country and also gained popularity in the sun- 20 lakh segment. As of now, depending on the model you crave to buy, a Kia Seltos is going to test your patience for up to 4 to 6 months.
Hyundai Creta (6-8 Months)
The Hyundai is nowhere behind in the Korean sibling. The Hyundai Creta stands as the most influential and popular vehicle in its segment. The Hyundai Creta has an average waiting time of 5 months, depending upon different variants. The base model of the Hyundai Creta is in so much demand that you might have to wait for a Year to get your hands on one of those.
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga (6-8 months) – Cars With Most Waiting Periods
The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is a decently reliable and comfortable MUV and is in a very affordable price range. The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga CNG variant is in very high demand. It is the only MUV that accompanies a CNG kit, as all others are available in diesel and petrol variants. The waiting period of this gem is up to 6 to 8 months.
Tata Punch (up to 9 months) – Cars With Most Waiting Periods
Tata Punch is still under the wrap and is a new launch. The dealerships are quoted a waiting period of 9 months as Tata is a renowned carmaker with the best of safety and increasing features. So, the customers will have no problem waiting for such a perfect vehicle.
Mahindra Thar (up to 12 Months) – Cars With Most Waiting Periods
The launch of the Mahindra Thar in October 2020 was a quite awaited event the previous year. The carmaker ended up with 15000 bookings in the initial 17 days of its launch. Car enthusiasts had waited for a long time before they could see the capabilities and charm of the new avatar. If you are craving to own a Thar right now, you won’t be able to get your hands on it for a long time. Dealers are quoting a waiting time of up to 10 months for this wild four-wheeler.
Mahindra XUV700 (up to 16 months) – Cars With Most Waiting Periods
We can assume an infinite and unjudged waiting period for the new Mahindra XUV700. This wild beast is so overbooked that many buyers have estimated delivery dates crossing the year. No doubt, the Mahindra XUV700 is an outstanding product, but waiting periods are a deal-breaker for many future customers.
Waiting periods are the most patience-testing period of life as you’re waiting for your baby at the doorstep. The hardest part is seeing the extended period by the company, which could create frustrating situations. The only solution is to take a chill pill and wait for your beloved family member. For more automobile coverage, stay tuned to Auto Tech Portal.
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