But whats with the vibrating spare tyre mount ? That sounds like a Tata car. Lets not be carried off with this. Duster vs Avventura is an unfair comparision. And the way they described the Avventura sailing over potholes vs Duster stopping, obviously mean nothing. Its also about the person behind the wheel that matters. With wider tires and equal GC, I dont see why Duster wouldnt also make light work of that pothole stretch unless the driver had other ideas. I have seen people driving their Wagon Rs and even Alto/M800s with utter disdain over pothole stretches where I have slowed down a bit in my Linea, inspite of its 170mm GC and 16/205 tyres and all that One-and-quarter-ton heft. The fair statement is that Avventura is true to its genes product, and scores well on all the tickmarks for an urban compact crossover. But unless Fiat heavily advertises it, it wont make any impact.