Here is the updated report for the top 10 cars in India with the highest waiting period. Toyota Innova Hycross has a waiting period of up to one and a half years in April 2023. Customers have praised the Innova Hycross, and due to great demand, Toyota has halted bookings for the top-spec trims for now.
Some variations have a twelve-month waiting period. Consumers interested in purchasing a Mahindra Thar will have to wait up to 17 months for some models, as was the case last month. The Thar's five-door version is slated to debut later this year before going on sale in early 2024.
The Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder has a waiting period of between twelve and fifteen months for the entry-level E mild hybrid MT variant. It takes between eight and ten months for the S and G mild hybrid MT versions.
The CNG variants have a three to four months waiting period, while the AT mild hybrid versions have a twelve-month waiting period. The standard S hybrid has ten to twelve months of waiting time. Going up the list, the G variation has it between eight and ten months, and the V has it between eight and eight months.
The Mahindra Scorpio has a waiting period of up to 15 months depending on the model. While the Kia Carens and Mahindra XUV700 both have a waiting period of up to 11 months. The Maruti Suzuki Brezza has a ten-month waiting period. The Kia Sonet has a waiting period of up to nine months for certain models.
Currently, the Hyundai Creta SUV has a waiting period of up to 8 months for select models. The Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara has a 6-month waiting time.
Top 10 Cars With Highest Waiting Period
- Toyota Hycross - Up to 18 Months
- Mahindra Thar - Up to 17 Months
- Toyota Hyryder - Up to 15 Months
- Mahindra Scorpio - Up to 15 Months
- Mahindra XUV700 - Up to 11 Months
- Kia Carens - Up to 11 Months
- Maruti Brezza - Up to 10 Months
- Kia Sonet - Up to 9 Months
- Hyundai Creta - Up to 8 Months
- Maruti Grand Vitara - Up to 6 Months