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 Models||Waiting period|
|Santro||4 – 6 weeks|
|Grand i10 Nios||4 – 6 weeks|
|Aura||4 – 6 weeks|
|i20||6 – 8 weeks (12 weeks for Asta-O trim)|
|Venue||7 – 8 weeks (12 – 14 weeks for E and S+ trims)|
|Creta||24 weeks (32 weeks for E and EX trims)|
|Verna||4 – 6 weeks|
|Elantra||Depends on availability|
|Hyundai Kona EV||On 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.
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.