The Grand Vitara, a Maruti model that competes with the Hyryder, has a shorter duration of up to 8 months.
Since their introductions in the economy the year before, the Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara and Toyota Hyryder SUVs have sold an estimated 9,000 monthly units. According to our supplier information, the modest varieties of the Hyryder have a potential awaiting duration of up to 15 months, and the large and powerful versions have a timeframe of approximately 6-7 months.
The average wait for the Toyota Hyryder moderate combination is extended
Toyota sells the Hyryder in the E, S, G, and V specification levels. According to reliable supplier information, the G manually moderate combination has a 15-month response time, while the automated has a 2 month reservation duration. On the other side, there is a 10-month delay for the conventional and a 2-month wait for the automatic on the highest-spec V version. There is a timeframe of 3–4 months for the AWD variant, which is only offered on the V grade with the mild-hybrid MT engine.
The base-spec Hyryder, nonetheless, has been produced in extremely low numbers by Toyota, if not at all.
Specifics of Queuing Up Period for Powerful Hybrid
Strong-hybrid versions of the Hyryder are increasingly widely accessible over the spectrum. The strongest hybrid will only require a buyer to wait 6 to 7 months for the G trim. The wait time is considerably shorter—between three and four months—for the top-spec V trim. This is due to Toyota prioritising sales of the strong-hybrid models as was the original manufacturing strategy, as per insiders.
Delay periods for the Toyota Hyryder and Maruti Grand Vitara
Additionally, the Maruti Grand Vitara has a substantially shorter average duration, according to our supplier information. While the higher-spec Zeta and Alpha trims only require a 5-month latency, the entry-level Sigma and Delta moderate models require a long queue of up to 8 months. The robust Zeta+ and Alpha+ trims, on the other hand, only have a 3-month processing period.
In terms of sales, the Grand Vitara surpasses the Hyryder. The Maruti Grand Vitara has sold 6,200 units on aggregate monthly since its inception, compared to the Hyryder’s 3,000 units monthly on median.