The site Zauba, that lists for public perusal all items imported formally to India, shows a recently imported-by-MS S-Cross with the 1.6 mjd. This IS confirmed. Suzuki and Fiat are older partners than Tata and Fiat (from the Fiat Sedici/Suzuki SX4 days in Europe). Their partnership just got even stronger: Magneti Marelli is setting up a dedicated amt-manufacturing factory for Maruti, right where its factory is, in Manesar, near Gurgaon. btw, the internet business and auto portals in the US are AGAIN currently abuzz with the rumour that Marchionne is looking to somehow merge/acquire/equity swap with Suzuki globally (and/or with Mazda). Because he has dropped several hints lately, AGAIN, that he's looking to do another BIG deal, now that the acquisition of Chrysler, Dodge, Ram and Jeep is complete, and now that FCA's financial position is so much stronger. besides: Manley clearly said they'll go from the manufacture of the current 3 engines to 6, and from the single transmission to 3. So: the bigger mjd IS coming, for sure. Now, the REAL question, even more than timing (will it only be for the new 2016 launches?), is whether it will make a meaningful, i.e profitable, difference to the sales numbers of Fiats? First they said: dealerships and ASS. When you did that, they said: renew your stuff. Marketing? Done too. When you did that: they said engines, underpowered, etc etc Fiat has to face multiple AND shifting double standards in this marketplace. Fiats are expected to have the looks of a Maserati, the handling of a BMW, the build and safety of a Volvo, the ride of a Merc, engines of a Ferrari-esque rasa, equipment levels of a Hyundai, the ASS and reliability of a Toyota....all for the price of a Maruti or Tata. And still they don't/won't buy it in droves! Ah well, lage raho Fiat!