Why do they consider Rapid/Vento instead of Linea? Smaller, more agile, more premium fit-finish feel? What perception, what reality? How much unsafe are other cars? What is at large buyer's perception of safety in India? Do they REALLY care soo much for safety? What is their TRUST LEVEL in Fiat as a brand and what is it with others? Are current Fiat products indeed perfect for selling like hot cakes? Is the service quality consistent, and are the showrooms so evenly and widely dispersed? Do the dealership businessmen line-up for Fiat brand? If not, why not? Is the company pre-requisite for space and investment criteria a logical one given its own standing in market for people to line up to partner up via dealerships? Traditionally what happened to the Mumbai market which Kevin Flynn very recently said is causing them considerable sales deficit? During Tata-Fiat days where there not strong dealers (players) for Fiat who had a presence and holding of their own; at-least in Mumbai? Why have Fiat not been able to hold to these dealers when separated? Who did these (not so small time) dealers hold on to? Aren't Fiat sales for Punto-Linea much better in topology where congestion issues are still lower and people definitely need to travel longer distance for work, where safety and fuel efficiency and self-driven is a relevant fact? In which case wouldn't it be advisable for Fiats to have a clear distinction of products based on user groups and geographical conditions and have an even better value proposition of cost restructuring and selling premium stuff under Fiat umbrella at par or better than VW/Skoda, being the change that it (probably) aspires to be? Is the battle against Suzuki Hyundai and such completely lost and does it REALLY interest Fiat to compete in...idk "the petty race" If the space between budget and premium is not good enough a market and has considerable challenges, what then should Fiat be aiming at? Aim above and higher than the VW group portfolio? With what? Should this market battle be fought with all available consistent rapid salvo or just occasional burst of fire aimed at who knows what and to what effect of market or territory capture? The French have aimed at a clear direction, haven't they? Why is Fiat re-sale worst that Skoda/VW even if it means its marginally worse? Is it at the end of the day, the German engineering effect (not that it doesn't deserve the respect, price premiums be damned)? Was it not it's duty to get the mighty small mjd atleast to feel better in the low end irrespective of engineering facts and challenges; which could be one less reason for some hip crowd to reject it? Pardon my leading questions milords, hope they are relevant..