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MG Hector has highest waiting period, Mahindra XUV500 & Tata Hexa have lowest waiting

The D-Segment in India has suddenly seen an influx of new vehicles. After the launch of the Tata Harrier earlier this year, MG launched the all-new Hector in the segment. There is a great demand in that segment, which ensures a long waiting period on the vehicles. If you’re out in the market and want to choose between the Mahindra XUV500, Tata Harrier, Jeep Compass and the Tata Hexa.

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Cities Jeep Compass Mahindra XUV500 Tata Harrier Tata Hexa
New Delhi 1 week No waiting 1 month No waiting
Bengaluru 20 days No waiting No waiting No waiting
Mumbai 1 month 2 weeks 4 weeks No waiting
Hyderabad 2 months 4 weeks No waiting No waiting
Pune 25 days No waiting 1 month No waiting
Chennai 2 months No waiting 1 month 1 month
Jaipur 15 days 25 days No waiting No waiting
Ahmedabad 15 days No waiting 15 days 2 weeks
Gurugram 15 days No waiting No waiting No waiting
Lucknow 1 week No waiting No waiting No waiting
Kolkata 1 month 4 weeks No waiting No waiting
Thane 1 month 2 weeks 4 weeks No waiting
Surat No waiting 2 weeks 45 days 15 days
Ghaziabad N.A. No waiting 4 weeks No waiting
Chandigarh 15 days No waiting 4 weeks 4 weeks
Patna 2 months 2 weeks 45 days 45 days
Coimbatore No waiting 3 weeks 1 month 1 month
Faridabad N.A. No waiting 2 months No waiting
Indore 45 days No waiting 6 weeks No waiting
Noida N.A. 1 month No waiting No waiting

This waiting list data from CarDekho shows which vehicle will be available at the earlier and which vehicle will make you wait for a long time. The data is from various cities in India. However, it is an approximate waiting time. The exact waiting time depends on the colour and variant of the vehicle and your local dealership will be the best person to tell you all about it.

The newly launched MG Hector commands the highest waiting period among all. The waiting period of the MG Hector is the highest in Noida where the customer will have to wait for at least 7 months to receive the car after the booking. The MG Hector petrol automatic is currently facing the highest waiting period among all while the diesel variants are at the lowest.

Comparatively, the Mahindra XUV500, which was the best-selling vehicle in the segment for a long time in the Indian market currently has almost no waiting period in most of the cities. The buyers from Hyderabad will have to wait for 4 weeks, which is the maximum waiting period on the car. The Tata Hexa is currently has a maximum waiting period of 45 days in Patna. However, in most other cities, the car is readily available.

It should be noted that Jeep Compass comes with a maximum waiting period of 2 months in Hyderabad and Patna. At all other places, the waiting period is around 1 month. The lowest waiting period is in Delhi, where the customers will have to wait only for a week.

The Tata Harrier, which was launched earlier this year gets a maximum waiting period of 6 weeks in Indore and Surat. In Faridabad, customers will have to wait for 2 months. Everywhere else, they can get the delivery of the car within a month.