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Waiting Period on Every Hyundai Car April 2021- Creta, i20, Venue

With the sales of each company rising to new heights, car companies had their hands full for the past few months epically for March 2021 where companies recorded some all-time high growth on many of their cars. And a similar case has been for Hyundai, with cars like Creta selling over 12,000 units a month Hyundai has been busy churning those production factories, however, such high demand asks for a perfectly running environment, which hasn’t been the case for any carmaker. With the Pandemic situation and problems like semi-conductor issue companies are having a high waiting period for their car, and today Hyundai has released its list of waiting period on every Hyundai car for April 2020.

Hyundai ModelsWaiting period
Santro4 – 6 weeks
Grand i10 Nios4 – 6 weeks
Aura4 – 6 weeks
i206 – 8 weeks (12 weeks for Asta-O trim)
Venue7 – 8 weeks (12 – 14 weeks for E and S+ trims)
Creta24 weeks (32 weeks for E and EX trims)
Verna4 – 6 weeks
ElantraDepends on availability
TucsonOn Order
Hyundai Kona EVOn Order

Starting with the list we have the more affordable cars like Hyundai Santro, i10 Nios and Aura each having a waiting period of 4-6 weeks. While the premium hatchback i20 has a waiting period of up to 12 weeks for Asta-O trim and 6-8 weeks. Now coming to the SUV section, the Hyundai Venue carries a waiting period of 7-8 weeks and 12-14 weeks for the E and S+ trims. Creta being the best seller for Hyundai does have a massive waiting period of up to 32 weeks for the E and EX trims while the other models carry a waiting period of up to 24 weeks. With a comparatively low sale, Hyundai Tucson is only available on order and that even with a waiting period of 4-6 weeks, similar conditions persist for Hyundai Kona as well, with low demand this car is only available on demand.

Waiting Period on Every Hyundai Car April 2021

Sedans are having a bad time and even with that Verna has a comparatively low waiting period of up to 6 weeks, while Elantra’s availability is a bit iffy.

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