VP, what you say is right but again there is a chicken and egg story going on here. None of us know the dynamics of running a dealership but I guess dealers buy spares from the manufacturer and pay them in 30 days. Manufacturer gets his money but dealer has to hold stock till such time it sells and customer pays for it. Looking at Fiat sales, non-fast running spares will be in stock for a very long time so maybe dealers shy away from keeping them in stock. Extending this, maybe even Fiat keeps less stuff of non-fast running spares with them. Since there are about 1200 Linea's sold every month, how many of them will need headlights and bumpers? Some months, maybe not even one! Hence dealers don't keep these things in stock resulting in waiting period for the customers. This is where Tata, Maruti & Hyundai benefit. They have volumes so dealers can afford to stock up. Specially for Tata, since there are huge number of private taxi's going around on suicide missions! This is where service back up is extremely important for this Alto sized car. Fiat CANNOT afford to keep this small car waiting for spares. Punto owners may have another car but many of this small car owners will be first time buyer's owning just that one car. Besides, they will also be perfect candidates for Fiat to retain with them. A Fiat small car owner if happy with the years he had the car will upgrade to a Uno , Punto , Linea and so on. Fiat need to think this small car project very well and execute it flawlessly not just in the product but also in the service & spares area.