Dear Prabhjot, I also used to feel the same about Fiat and its products, with my penchant for standing up for the underdog. But now, I have become a bit more circumspect. Yes, I do vehemently defend my car (Tjet) when compared unfavorably with others, (i suppose you and I agree on City in particular), but there is definitely a method to the Indian herd madness. After all, a successful automobile maker is more than just the sum of brilliant individual products. There is strategy, marketing, commitment to after sales, and a completely customer-centric focus, that leads to it understanding the customer pulse. Something that MSIL, Hyundai and more recently, Mahindra and Honda have done. I would still support Fiat products for what they really are- well engineered, robust cars. But Fiat as a brand has to do a lot to instill confidence - they simply are' nt visible enough. Thats the main issue with potential buyers.