The past year was extremely difficult for the country’s auto sector, although once the lockdown during the Corona epidemic was over, business has returned once again. After which companies have also introduced some new models in the market and people are increasingly showing their interest in buying new vehicles. At present, about 5 lakh people in the country are awaiting delivery of their car.
According to the report published in ET, more than 5 lakh vehicles are yet to be delivered across the country. According to this report, Maruti Suzuki has the highest weight of vehicles. The country’s largest manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki, is awaiting delivery of 2.15 lakh cars. At the same time, 1 lakh vehicles of Hyundai and 75 thousand vehicles of Kia Motors are in the waiting list.
Also read: Royal Enfield’s best selling bike Classic 350 becomes even more expensive
Apart from this, delivery of 30 thousand to 50 thousand vehicles of Tata Motors, Mahindra and Nissan is yet to be delivered. However, the figure given here is that of booking of vehicles, which is not necessarily converted into sales. Many times people also cancel booking of vehicles due to some reasons. But while waiting period is 2 months for some vehicles, for models like Mahindra Thar, customers will have to wait for 6 to 8 months.
This waiting list of cars includes hatchbacks, sedans, sport utility vehicles and MPVs. Hyundai launched the next generation model of the Creta before the lockdown came into force in March last year. At the end of the year, models like the Mahindra Thar and the most affordable SUV Nissan Magnite have also come on the market.