A few select variants of Renault cars have a waiting period of four to six months!
Renault India managed to deliver 3,000 cars on Dhanteras and Diwali this year, which included the Renault Kwid, Triber, and Kiger. Unfortunately, the Renault Duster was conspicuously missing, which begs the question – will the French carmaker bring in the updated Duster to make its case stronger against the German, Korean, British, and Czech mid-size SUV in the segment?
Despite the worldwide shortage of semi-conductors, Renault was able to successfully deliver a record number of cars. According to the brand, the credit of this achievement goes to its product-offensive strategy. Now, Renault India has over 500 sales and 530 service touchpoints in India, which include over 250 ‘Workshop On Wheels’.
Currently, a few of the Renault products have generated interest in potential buyers, which has raised the waiting period of select variants to four to six months.
‘With the start of the festive season, we are witnessing positive customer sentiment. It is very motivating to see an overwhelming response to our products, especially the AMT and the CVT variants, which are becoming a popular choice across segments. Owing to this strong demand, there is now a four to six months waiting period on certain variants. Together with the metro cities, Renault also has a robust strategy to enhance its presence in rural markets, which offers significant growth potential. We expect to continue the momentum in the remaining year as well and look forward to welcoming more customers into the Renault family,’ said Venkatram Mamillapalle, Country CEO & Managing Director, Renault India Operations.