@Rahul Singh The Ecosport's lower variants are under-tyred too, since if I am not wrong they don't get the 16 inch 205 section tyres of the Titanium, unlike the Avventura's, across all trim levels. The Ecosports also come with MRF-s, decidedly inferior to the tyres Fiat offers. In fact, because the car is so tall and boxy and yet sub-4m, to me it looks aesthetically badly-off in general, but especially because it always looks under-tyred, like a midget-iron-man on high heels! The Avventura, typical of Franco-Italian design, manages to cohere/come-together aesthetically (including the aesthetics of its chassis and suspension engineering) even as the effect of 'radical, far-out, avant-garde' style is created. To my eye, the Ecosport tries too hard to look 'American die-hard', while the Avventura looks with typical Italian styling genius to have BOTH elegance and a sporty bad-ass-ness. The car that replaces or complements this Avventura in (late?) 2016, the B-Suv of the FCA 5-year plan for India, while perhaps retaining the name: now that is worth looking forward to, given what they've managed to accomplish already with the Avventura, if it looks enough like the Fiat-Brazil FCC4 concept (there's a thread on the topic under Fiat-Global News). Now that is avant-garde stuff! That CUV is being developed in Brazil, apparently. Provided it equals this Avventura/PuntoCross in its ride-handling.