Duster and Linea , although essentially FWD, monocoque designs, have a different driving profile in my opinion. Consideration for a Duster : flexible, high volume luggage space, high ground clearance, rough terrain ability, extremely high ride quality, economical , reliable yet powerful enough performance from 85 or 110 BHP engine. Also, a requirement for seating 5 adults comfortably. Consideration for Linea-T-Jet: fantastic highway performance, corner carving at near illegal speeds, awesome steering feel- in short- a proper drivers car in 10 odd lacs for those who feel like Hamilton/Vettel on occasion. But if you dont feel like crossing 100kph regularly or indulge in any of the above thrills, you may get suddenly tired of the steering heaviness at low city speeds (the feel comes from heaviness), the inordinate length, causing parking problems and the large turning circle, not to mention ingress-egress issuesfor elders (if applicable), which is common for a hatch/sedan. You will also realise you cant seat 5 adults comfortably. If luggage capacity and 5 passenger comfort is not a priority yet high GC is, you can give the Avventura a shot. But I believe the rough terrain ability of Duster will be a tad superior to the Avventura, with its longer suspension travel and better approach/departure angles.