We’ve provided you with a detailed look into the pending orders for the more than 10 lakh new automobiles that have yet to be delivered in the Indian market.
More than 10 Lakh New Car Orders Pending in India
Sales volumes and production in the Indian automobile sector have increased recently. Still, earlier during the health crisis, supply chain problems and a shortage of semiconductors had played havoc on the entire input. Despite improvements, we are still in the recovery phase, and many well-liked cars have lengthy waiting lists.
Only a few weeks ago, Mahindra launched India’s Scorpio N and Scorpio Classic. On the day that reservations began, The Scorpio N received more than one lakh bookings in just a half-hour. Approximately 1.5 lakh SUV units, which come in six- and seven-seater variants, are still on order.
Given that there are more than ten lakh pending orders for new cars, it was the most in the entire industry. The combined expected number of pending orders for the Kia Sonet, Seltos, and Carens is 1.25 lakh.
Customers have reacted positively to the Carens since its release earlier this year, while a makeover for the Seltos is expected for next year.
With regard to Hyundai, the newly released i10 compact hatchback, i20 premium hatchback, Creta midsize SUV, and Venue facelift have a combined estimated pending order of 1.25 lakh units. As its popularity rises, Maruti Suzuki has been progressively extending its S-CNG lineup, which is paying off.
There are around 1.30 lakh units on hold for the S-CNG line. A new version of the Maruti Suzuki Brezza has added a few months ago, and the Grand Vitara will launch on the domestic market this month. Their total number of delivery delays is 1.30 lakh units. Mahindra has not yet distributed 1.10 lakh XUV700 and Thar units in India.
Estimated pending orders for the Baleno, Swift, Celerio, and Ertiga total 75,000 units, and for the soon-to-debut Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder, it is 60,000 units. Tata Nexon, Punch, and Nexon EV are in charge of 50,000 pending orders, and MG estimates that the Astor and Hector SUVs are responsible for 45,000 units.