@Raj_pol This is OT but a hybrid dealer+FASS model going forward in the longer-run makes the most sense: Fiats, whether locally made, ckd or cbu sold+serviced: somewheres out of Tata outlets (which are much improving...), elsewheres independent Fiat/FASS, elsewheres third-party servicing (eg, mahindra first choice) combined with e-commerce, not to mention the 'premium' Fiats (eg., 500, 500X, Abarths, Aegea....) folded into the Jeep dealerships and their service centres which should surely number say 30-50 by 2018? The dealer issue is secondary: FCA has good options going forward, esp IF they can re-strike the retail and service deal with Tata in some cities at least. And esp with presumably higher quality dealer experiences made possible by the new, seperate Jeep ones, for the biggest cities/markets. And if they make a big push, perhaps alongwith Tata-JLR, for an e-commerce approach to car retail, in some cities/sub-cities? The real issue is of product strategy, bearing risk-reward in mind for this market, given its peculiarities: localized and/or ckd with high local content, and/oror pure cbu or ckd? Which models? AND: can the dealer quality handle the chosen higher-priced models, eg the new 500, the upcoming 500 5-door, 500X, the 124 Spider roadster or the all-new Fiat Freemont big-suv replacement or the Aegea sedan?