List of Popular Indian Cars on Sale And Their Waiting Period

Do you want to know how long you have to wait to receive deliveries of some of your favourite cars? You have come to the right place.

Here we have a list of some of the popular Indian cars and their current waiting periods, ex-showroom price, mileage and other details.

Indian Cars Waiting Period

There are a lot of reasons for the deliveries getting delayed. When you have booked yours and are waiting for its arrival, the main concern will be of when you will receive your car. So before you go on to book yours, get to know the waiting period for the most desired cars in the Indian market. Along with that, here we have a brief description of those models and the alternative options to these models.

Renault Kiger

Renault Kiger

First launched in the February of 2021, Renault Kiger competed with the all-electric Tata Tigor EV and won the 2022 Subcompact of the Year at one of the prestigious Indian auto awards. This muscular SUV built on the CMF-A platform is offered with a 1.0L naturally aspirated petrol engine and a 1.0 L Turbo petrol engine. The former engine comes with a standard 5-speed manual transmission and optional AMT while the latter comes with a standard 5-speed manual transmission and optional CVT. The four variants RXE, RXL, RXT, and RXZ of Kiger have slightly undergone an increase in price now.

  • Waiting Period: up to 6 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 5.79 Lakh – Rs 10.39 Lakh

If you want to look at some of Kiger’s rivals that have lesser waiting periods, here’s the list:

  • Hyundai Venue
  • Tata Nexon
  • Toyota Urban Cruiser

MG Hector

MG Hector Review

MG entered the Indian automobile market with the mid-size SUV Hector in 2021 which still remains reasonably popular among the Indian crowd. It houses a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine with a 48V hybrid setup as an option and a 2.0-litre diesel engine. The gearbox is a 6-speed manual that is available as standard. Style, Super, Smart, and Sharp are the four variants of Hector on offer. Hector’s attractiveness shoots up with its updated infotainment system that has segment-first features like Hinglish voice commands and a 10.4-inch touchscreen with connectivity tech.

  • Waiting Period: 2 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 13.94 Lakh – Rs 19.90 Lakh

Here are some more models that are similar to MG Hector but with lesser waiting periods:

  • Tata Harrier
  • Mahindra XUV500
  • Hyundai Tucson

Mahindra Thar

Mahindra Thar

Mahindra Thar with its excellent off-roading characters has come on top of the Global NCAP crash tests with a 4-star rating. The facelifted model now runs on a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol and a 2.5-litre diesel engine that are paired with either a 6-speed manual transmission or an automatic gearbox. The interiors are completely washable and detachable roof panels and are offered in 2 variants, the AX (O) and LX. The sale of Thar in India is still riding high as of March 2022 with 3893 units sold.

  • Waiting Period: up to 12 months
  • Ex-showroom Price: Rs.13.17 Lakh – Rs 15.53 Lakh

More Thar alternatives with lesser waiting period include:

  • Renault Duster
  • Nissan Kicks
  • Kia Seltos

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Nissan Magnite

Nissan Magnite Price in India

This bold and beautiful sub-4m SUV launched in 2020 comes with 5 variants XE, XL, XV, XV Premium, and XV Premium (O) equipped with features like a wireless charger, an air purifier, high-end JBL speakers, ambient lighting, etc. Magnite is powered by a naturally aspirated 1.0-litre and 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engines that come paired with 5-speed manual transmission and a CVT gearbox.

  • Waiting Period: up to 5 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 5.84 Lakh – Rs 10.15 Lakh

Nissan Magnite alternatives with comparatively lesser waiting period include:

  • Hyundai Venue
  • Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza
  • Toyota Urban Cruiser
  • Tata Nexon

Hyundai Creta

Hyundai CRETA best variants and price increase

Hyundai Creta is a 5-seater SUV with its bold and edgy design and a unique stance stands apart from all its contemporaries. Driven on a choice of 1.5–litre naturally aspirated petrol, a 1.5–litre diesel or a 1.4–litre turbo–petrol engine, Creta’s performance is impressive on urban roads. The 5 variants of Creta are called E, EX, S, SX, and SX (O) with SX being the top-spec variant.

  • Waiting Period: up to 10 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 10.23Lakh – Rs 17.94 Lakh

Some Creta rivals you can opt for with much lesser waiting period:

  • Maruti Suzuki S-Cross
  • Renault Duster
  • Nissan Kicks

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Toyota Fortuner

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Toyota Fortuner is spacious to seat 7 occupants and is an all-around satisfying vehicle in every sense. Fortuner comes as a standard model and another model named Legender. Offered with petrol and diesel engines, Fortuner has manual and automatic gearboxes. It performs well in off-roads and other difficult terrains and remains a crowd favourite to date.

  • Waiting Period: up to 4 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 31.39 Lakh – Rs 43.43 Lakh

You can consider these Toyota Fortuner alternatives with lesser waiting period:

  • MG Gloster
  • Mahindra Alturas G4

Kia Sonet

Kia Sonet Variants Compared

The newly updated Kia Sonet has 2 two new affordable automatic variants and offers 58 new features including AI voice command, voice-assisted sunroof control, OTA map updates, etc. Under the hood of the new Sonet is a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol, a 1.2-litre petrol, or a 1.5-litre diesel engine. Sonet is available in 6 variants: HTE, HTK, HTK+, HTX, HTX+, and GTX+.

  • Waiting Period: up to 6 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 6.95 Lakh – Rs 13.79 Lakh

Some Sonet alternatives for you are:

  • Mahindra XUV300
  • Toyota Urban Cruiser
  • Hyundai Venue
  • Tata Nexon

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga built on the Heartect Platform for effective absorption and dispersion of crash energy reigns as one of the safest MPVs of choice. Ertiga is available in 4 variants, the LXi, VXi, ZXi, and ZXi+. It is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine with a CNG engine offered on your personal choice.

  • Waiting Period: 9 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 8.12 Lakh – Rs 10.85 Lakh

Here are some Maruti Suzuki Ertiga alternatives with lesser waiting period:

  • Toyota Innova Crysta
  • Mahindra Marazzo

Mahindra XUV700

Mahindra XUV 700

This 5 seater XUV has a 1999 cc engine that can generate up to 197.13 bhp @ 5000 rpm and 380 nm @ 1750-3000 rpm. This engine is available with a manual gearbox only. Mahindra has fitted the XUV700 with boatload of features like a Multi-function Steering Wheel, Automatic Climate Control, Anti-Lock Braking System, etc. It also has a sky roof that lets you enjoy the drive, an intelligent cockpit that has a 26.03 cm infotainment and a digital cluster along with a lot of impressive, innovative features.

  • Waiting Period: up to 18 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 12.95 Lakh – Rs 23.79 Lakh

Mahindra XUV700 alternatives with lesser waiting period include:

  • Tata Harrier
  • Toyota Innova Crysta
  • Mahindra Marazzo

Tata Punch

Tata Punch details

Punch created a sensation even before its launch with the rumours of bagging full 5 stars in the Global NCAP crash test which turned out to be true. This made it the third model from Tata to perform well in the crash tests after the Altroz and Nexon. Punch is a sub-compact SUV that runs on a 1.2-litre three-cylinder Revotron naturally aspirated petrol engine. Punch is offered with transmission options of a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT gearbox. Creative, Accomplished, Adventure and Pure are the 4 different ‘Personas’ or variants of Punch on offer.

  • Waiting Period: up to 7 months
  • Ex-showroom price: Rs 5.67 Lakh – Rs 9.48 Lakh

Some more Tata Punch alternatives for you:

  • Maruti Suzuki Swift
  • Renault Kiger

Here’s a table detailing the waiting periods, ex-showroom prices, mileage and ground clearance of all the cars discussed:

Models Waiting Period Ex-showroom price Mileage Ground Clearance
Renault Kiger up to 6 months Rs 5.79 Lakh – Rs 10.39 Lakh 20 kmpl 205 mm
MG Hector 2 months Rs 13.94 Lakh – Rs 19.90 Lakh 12 – 16 kmpl 192 mm

Mahindra Thar

up to 12 months Rs.13.17 Lakh – Rs 15.53 Lakh 15.2 kmpl 226 mm

Nissan Magnite

up to 5 months Rs 5.84 Lakh – Rs 10.15 Lakh 17 – 20 kmpl 205 mm

Hyundai Creta

up to 10 months Rs 10.23Lakh – Rs 17.94 Lakh 16.8 – 21.4 kmpl 190 mm

Toyota Fortuner

up to 4 months Rs 31.39 Lakh – Rs 43.43 Lakh 10 – 14.22 kmpl 221 mm

Kia Sonet

up to 6 months Rs 6.95 Lakh – Rs 13.79 Lakh 18 – 19 kmpl 211 mm

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

9 months Rs 8.12 Lakh – Rs 10.85 Lakh 17.99 kmpl – 19.01 kmpl 180 mm

Mahindra XUV700

up to 18 months Rs 12.95 Lakh – Rs 23.79 Lakh 16.5 – 19 kmpl 200 mm

Tata Punch

up to 7 months Rs 5.67 Lakh – Rs 9.48 Lakh 18.97 kmph 187 mm

 

These are the list of popular Indian cars with significant waiting periods for deliveries and their current ex-showroom prices. For more interesting articles, visit https://carjasoos.com/car-blog/

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