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Maruti Dzire Commands Longest Waiting Period Among Subcompact Sedans This May

The segment leader, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, attracts a maximum waiting period of three months

Maruti Dzire Commands Longest Waiting Period Among Subcompact Sedans This May
Maruti Dzire Commands Longest Waiting Period Among Subcompact Sedans This May
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2019-05-10T14:30:45+05:30

Waiting period for the Honda Amaze goes up to 20 days.

  • Ford Aspire and Tata Tigor attract a waiting period of up to 45 days.

  • Maximum waiting period on the Ameo and Xcent goes upto 1 month.

  • Planning to buy a sub-4m sedan this month? We have compiled a list of waiting periods in 15 major cities across India to help you find out how long you’ll have to wait before getting your hands on your favourite car.

    Note: The waiting period for the cars in the table above is only an approximation and can vary depending on the variant, powertrain options and colour chosen.

    Takeaways:

    Maruti Suzuki Dzire: The Dzire is the best selling car in its class and its popularity is visible in its waiting period here as well. In Bengaluru, the waiting period on the Maruti sedan has gone up to three months, which is by far the highest one has to wait to get delivery of a sub-4m sedan in the month of May. While the waiting period on the Dzire is high in most cities, it is readily available in Ahmedabad and the waiting period in Jaipur and Chandigarh is just one week.

    Honda Amaze: Although the Amaze is the second-best selling car in the segment, it attracts the least waiting period. The maximum time a buyer has to wait to get their hands on the Honda sedan is 20 days, that too in Bengaluru only. It is readily available in cities like Hyderabad, Pune, Jaipur and Kolkata.

    Hyundai Xcent: The Xcent is readily available in cities like Noida, Chandigarh, Kolkata and Indore. However, the waiting period has gone up to one month in cities such as Gurugram, Mumbai and Lucknow. The waiting period in other cities ranges from 10-15 days.

    Ford Aspire: The latest car in the segment, the Aspire, attracts a waiting period of 45 days in Bengaluru, while in cities like Delhi, Gurugram, Lucknow and Indore, the Ford sedan is readily available. In other cities, buyers will have to wait from 15 days to 1 month to get their hands on the car.

    Tata Tigor: People living in Chennai will have to wait for 45 days to get their hands on the Tigor. It is readily available in cities like Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad and Patna.

    Volkswagen Ameo: While it is readily available in Bengaluru, Ahmedabad and Kolkata, the waiting period for the Ameo hovers around 15 days in most other cities. The maximum waiting period on the Ameo is now up to one month in the city of Indore.


    Source: cardekho.com

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