Hyundai Creta’s diesel variant commands the highest waiting period of up to 30 weeks in the month of April 2023
Hyundai Motor India Limited has the diesel version of the Creta with the highest waiting period of up to 30 weeks in the month of April 2023. The entry-level Grand i10 Nios petrol has a waiting period of between 6 and 8 weeks while the CNG variant of the compact hatchback has it at 8 to 10 weeks in the domestic market.
The Hyundai i20 premium hatchback has a waiting period of 10 to 12 weeks this month for the petrol version. The Aura compact sedan powered by the 1.2L NA petrol engine commands a waiting period of 20 to 22 weeks. The diesel version of the Hyundai Venue has a waiting period of 26 to 28 weeks depending on the variants chosen in India.
The petrol-engined Venue has a waiting period of between 18 and 20 weeks. While the Creta diesel commands a waiting period of 26 to 30 weeks, the petrol version can be taken delivery in 18 to 20 weeks, just like the petrol-spec Venue. The Venue is powered by a 1.2L petrol and a 1.5L diesel engine while the Creta uses a 1.5L petrol and a 1.5L diesel mill.
|Hyundai Models||Waiting Period In April 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||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 midsize SUV is expected to receive a facelift early next year in India. It is already on sale in the international markets and will gain a redesigned front fascia sticking by the latest Sensuous Sportiness philosophy found in Tucson, Verna and Venue. The rear will also come with new revisions and there will be newly designed alloy wheels as well.
The upcoming Creta will be powered by a new 1.5L turbo petrol engine making 160 PS and it can already be found in the Verna and Alcazar. The interior will become more upmarket with the addition of new features and technologies including ADAS. The Alcazar petrol version has a waiting period of 8 to 10 weeks while the diesel variant has it at 10 to 12 weeks.
Up next, the second largest car producer in the country will launch the Exter micro SUV. It will make its global debut in the coming weeks and will take on Tata Punch.