2024 Hyundai Creta Waiting Period Extends Up To 7 Months | V3Cars

In this article, we’ll list out the variant-wise waiting period for the Hyundai Creta facelift in February 2024.

Hyundai Creta

Disclaimer: The waiting periods mentioned here are tentative and likely to vary depending on the stock available with the dealer for a specific model-colour-engine-transmission-variant combination. Considering the Hyundai’s production process, this should give you some idea of how long you may have to wait to take delivery of a certain car. While these are primarily applicable for the northern region, these waiting periods should more or less align for the rest of the country as well.




2024 Hyundai Creta


Waiting Period

E Petrol-MT

5-6 months

EX Petrol-MT

3-4 months


5-6 months


6-7 months


20-22 weeks


24 weeks

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Hyundai Creta 2024 – Petrol Variants Explained

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The waiting period for the 2024 Creta E petrol-manual and S(O), SX Tech and SX (O) petrol-CVT variants range between 5-6 months. The EX petrol-manual variant commands the lowest period of 3-4 months. The Creta turbo petrol-DCT has the longest waiting period of 6-7 months. The waiting period for the Creta diesel manual and automatic is between 20-24 weeks.

Meanwhile, Hyundai are gearing up to launch the Creta N-Line in March-April 2024. The Creta N-Line was spotted recently during its TVC shoot, revealing 2 of its exterior colour options. The Creta N-Line will feature the 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine with 2 transmission options – the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and a 6-speed manual transmission. Check out the feature differences between the Creta N-Line and Creta turbo petrol by clicking the link below.

Also Read: Hyundai Creta N-Line Features Over Creta 2024

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Nikil Jonathan

Nikil's a huge fan of classic cars, especially Italian beauties such as the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint and the Iso Grifo. His love for cars and bikes originated when he first laid his eyes on a poster of the Ferrari F40 and the MV Agusta F4 when he was just a child. He also loves all things analogue, especially vintage cameras and turntables.


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