Hyundai Creta midsize SUV commands the highest waiting period of up to thirty weeks for the diesel variant within the range
Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) currently has the Grand i10 Nios as its most affordable offering in the domestic market while the Ioniq 5, launched at the 2023 Auto Expo, sits at the top of the range. The facelifted versions of the Grand i10 Nios and the Aura were launched only a few days ago in India with a host of updates.
The 2023 Hyundai Grand i10 Nios has a waiting period of six to eight weeks for the petrol variant while the CNG variant has it at eight to ten weeks. The i20 premium hatchback commands a waiting period of ten to twelve weeks. Customers wanting to own the Aura petrol and CNG versions will have to wait twenty to twenty two weeks.
The Venue is one of the popular compact SUVs in the domestic market and it received a facelift last year. The five-seater commands a waiting period of eighteen to twenty weeks for the petrol variant while the diesel variant has it at twenty six to twenty eight weeks. The diesel engine has become more powerful as it produces 116 PS and is also RDE compliant and E20 fuel ready.
|Hyundai Cars||Waiting Period In February 2023|
|1. Grand i10 Nios Petrol||6-8 Weeks|
|2. Grand i10 Nios CNG||8-10 Weeks|
|3. i20 Petrol||10-12 Weeks|
|4. Aura Petrol & CNG||20-22 Weeks|
|5. Venue Diesel||26-28 Weeks|
|6. Venue Petrol||18-20 Weeks|
|7. Creta Petrol||18-20 Weeks|
|8. Creta Diesel||26-30 Weeks|
|9. Alcazar Petrol||8-10 Weeks|
|10. Alcazar Diesel||10-12 Weeks|
The second largest car producer in the country’s domestic portfolio comprising i10, Aura, Creta, Venue and Alcazar are now BSVI Stage 2 compliant and are ready to run of petrol ethanol fuel blend. The Creta has a waiting period of eighteen to twenty weeks for the petrol model and it goes between twenty six and thirty weeks for the diesel.
The midsize SUV is the best seller in its highly competitive segment for years and is expected to get a facelift only next year. The Alcazar’s petrol variant has a waiting period of eight to ten weeks while the diesel version has it at ten to twelve weeks.
Hyundai is expected to launch an all-new micro SUV based on the Grand i10 Nios’ platform later this year. It will likely be powered by the familiar 1.2-litre NA four-cylinder petrol engine and both MT and AMT could be made available.