@Raj_pol The Grand Cherokee will sell well! It is a Jeep, and just consider the way it looks relative to the almost effete-in-comparison German luxury SUV-s. It is even better equipped. Yes they'll have to price it a few lakhs lower than the equivalent M-Class. Which is why the plan, apparently, is to CKD-assemble it in Ranjangaon. The 500L and 500L Living (7-seaters) are great cars in their own right, offering the USP of space and airiness that is unmatched for cars of these dimensions. Their seating systems are hyper flexible too. And they are much bigger cars than we imagine: bigger than a Duster, for eg, i believe. Stylish and Italian-stylised too! The point is that if they're committing to one of these platform-sharing cars (the Jeep C-Suv to go up against the Fortuner) as they apparently are, can they not also then commit to 1 or 3 (500L, 500X, Renegade, 500L Living) of its siblings? Probably Not! Because they cannot possibly meet costing/pricing targets for India, given the guaranteed to be low volumes from india alone. And so: either they have to export from India, and meet economies of localized production scale that way (as with the planned Jeep c-suv) OR they have to switch platforms back to old palio/current Indian Linea-Punto one, with other cost cutting too. These cars, remember, sell at or above the Skoda yeti in Europe, remember, and we know how much that brilliant car costs in India (19 to 23 lakhs!) I doubt there's an export case (for the next 2-3 years at least) out of India for the 500L or 500X or even the Renegade, and so.... Also, the mjd2 would be impossible given fuel quality issues, @asimpleson , since it relies on high-bar high frequency fuel injection, perhaps? So it's back to t-jet + Abarth + ddct? +amt? + touchscreen for the next couple of years, with perhaps a re-facelift of the Linea? The 5-year plan's b-suv (off the current but lightened Palio platform) promised for India in 2016 and spoken of to Autocar a few months ago has not been shown in Brazil where it is being developed, and is not mentioned in the recent concise update of that plan presented to investors. Maybe it WILL be a version of the 500L 5-seater? BUT yeah: may it please very kindly be the 500X !?!