Amit, Well said, forward this post to Mr.Rajeev Kapoor, at least we can expect some action to be taken for the Launch of Linea T Jet. I would like to see the T Jet with a good fit & finish interiors even if the is a delay in launch. Well the plastic parts will not improve until they are depedent on TATA's, Fiat has to do it on their own. Sales aspect Fiat should have a seperate showroom, in my personal experience when I went to buy a Fiat car I was forced to look into the TATA's Manza, why should this happen. If there was a seperate showroom then the concentration in selling will be for Fiat cars. A seperate showroom will also make the marketing of Fiat cars agressive, as for survival they would have to sell. Service also should be seperate as most of the concentration is given to TATA cars, therefore people are fedup in waiting for their turns even if appointments are fixed in advance. If there is a sperate service center then I feel these niggles can be avoided & mostly all required spares would be available. The Fiat cars if not are fun to, but are safe to drive unlike the Japanese cars. I would vouch for safety than fun. All car manufactuers have niggling issues, but Fiat cars niggling issues are blown to propotions. I can give you a lot of examples as follows. Rust formation under the front right hand side door of New Honda City(my bothers cars) When car was delivered it was informed that it had an engine protection gaurd, was not fitted & only when Honda was informed the dealer fitted it. Engine oil was changed to synthetic during the 2nd service, when it went for the 3rd service wherein there was no requirement for oil change the oil was changed & was charged for. Brand new Inova's spare wheel came loose when the car was taken out of the showroom and just ran for 5 kms, hit a Skoda which was coming behind & the repair charges had to be paid. What would have happened if the spare wheel would have hit a two wheeler. :shocked I can go on quoting lot of things like above said. Regarding your appreciation of VW I will not agree, because they are cheating us. An entry level car in Germany Polo is branded as a new version & priced very heavily & sold. If the fit & finish, service & agressive marketing of Punto was there then Polo would have not survived here in Indian market. Same is to be said for Vento vs Linea. Sadly all these three has not happened & expecting things to change. Expecting the best to happen for FIAT herein India. I hope your prediction will not happen for Fiat in 2011.