Kia Motors became quite popular with its debuting Seltos and subsequent vehicles. They currently have Seltos, Sonet, Carens, and Carnival. Their new electric car, the EV6, will be released in a few weeks, and in this post, we will discuss the Kia Cars waiting time in India.
Kia Seltos who target the buyers of popular cars like MG Astor, Nissan Kicks,Hyundai Creta, VW Taigun, and Skoda Kushaq customers would have to wait up to four months for the most promising mid-size SUV. When you consider that the model has been out almost three years, it’s a lot of time to wait. The Kia Seltos ranges in price from Rs. 10.19 lakh to Rs. 18.45 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), depending on the model.
Sonet, like the Seltos, became a household name in its field. Rivals include Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue, Mahindra XUV300, Toyota Urban Cruiser, Maruti Brezza, Renault Kiger, and Nissan Magnite C-SUVs. For the first time, a diesel automatic transmission is available in a full-size SUV. All of its trim levels come standard with four airbags and a tyre pressure monitoring system, two features that no other SUV in its class offers. Depending on the variations, the Sonet has a waiting time of three to six months.
Carens, a Maruti XL6 and Ertiga competition, is one of the most affordable MPVs in India. Carens is now requiring a wait time of up to a year for some of its versions because of the high demand. Yes, Carens is an excellent product because of its reasonable price. The ex-showroom Delhi pricing ranges from Rs 9.60 lakh to Rs 17.70 lakh.
Ex-showroom, Delhi, the price of this high-end MPV ranges from Rs 24.99 lakh to Rs 34.99 lakh. The rival of the very popular Innova Crysta, Kia Carens has a strong 2.2-liter diesel engine to compete with. Even in terms of features, the Carnival is well-equipped and one of the most cost-effective MPVs available if you’re willing to splash out. To find out how long it will take to get a Carnival, one must contact their local dealership.
Summary:- Kia cars and their lengthy wait times dominated this discussion. Is there a particular model you’ve chosen for yourself? We’d love to hear from you in the comments box below.