Talking about Mahindra XUV700, the company has 80000 bookings left. The waiting period for this is around 18 months. According to the company, 11000 bookings are being made every month for this SUV. Bookings for other Mahindra vehicles are also high.
The demand for Mahindra’s XUVs in the Indian market has been steadily increasing. Rumors are that the bookings for the recently launched Mahindra Scorpio N and the very popular XUV700 from Mahindra have gone wild. Due to which people may have to wait for a long time for delivery. Mahindra has released the latest status of its pending orders. Accordingly, it is said that people booking Scorpio N and XUV700 may have to wait more. These two models of Mahindra are still in high demand in the Indian market. Around 130000 customers of the new Scorpio N SUV are still waiting for delivery This is why the waiting period for Scorpio N SUV has now been extended to 21 months.
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Talking about Mahindra XUV700, the company has 80000 bookings left. The waiting period for this is around 18 months. According to the company, 11000 bookings are being made every month for this SUV. Bookings for other Mahindra vehicles are also high. Talking about Thar, bookings are already done for 20,000 units. And the Bolero has a waiting list of 13,000 units. Overall, Mahindra currently has more than 2.60 lakh vehicle orders. The company continues to strive to provide the fastest delivery to customers. Customers are also eagerly waiting to receive their orders.
Talking about the price of Scorpio N, it is starting from around Rs 15 lakh in the Indian market. The company has been offering the 2184 cc engine since 1997. Scorpio is available in Indian market with these great features. Because of this, its demand has increased a lot. Also, the XUV400 is also awaited. The XUV400 will be Mahindra’s first electronic SUV According to the information, the launch in India could be in January. The XUV400 will compete with Tata Motors’ Nexon EV.