In the ongoing month (July 2022), the Mahindra XUV700 has the longest waiting period of all cars currently on sale in India, reaching as high as 22 months for select variants
The recently-launched Kia Carens has a waiting period of up to a year as well, but only on a few variants. For most variants, the official wait time ranges from 3 months to 5 months
Maruti Ertiga, the highest-selling MPV in the Indian market, demands a wait of around 5 months to 7 months between booking and taking delivery, with its CNG variant demanding an even higher wait – around 7 months to 9 months
As for Hyundai Creta, buyers now have to wait anywhere between 4 months to 7 months to take delivery.
Toyota Fortuner, due to its high demand, the waiting period for it goes as high as 7 months now
For the IC-engine version of Tata Nexon (i.e. its petrol and diesel variants), the official wait time ranges between 2 months and 4 months. As for its electric version (Nexon EV), the wait till delivery is a little higher – around 5 months