@prabhjot Since FCA has smartly figured out that they will not be selling cars in India and as you say nobody other than MS & Hyundai then why bother? I do not care one way or the other as I do not have financial interests in any company but am curious nevertheless. They can exit the car business and concentrate in selling ancillaries (engines, amt etc...) and will continue to do well till Maruti figures out how to make diesel engines or the world clamps down on diesel. Your point (c) is a joke - FCA has 2 cars the Punto and the Linea and they are long in the tooth. (d) Abarth is selling the numbers it was meant to sell. It is not a volume car and only in petrol and selling accordingly. It will be a disaster if they make a Jeep that looks like a Punto and runs the current multi-jet engines. They need not even bring the same to India.