Who cares? Even many/most of the 'cognoscenti' on TeamBhp will (a) crib about how sluggish Tata-s and Fiats are (b) exult over say the t-jet or the Ford Fiesta (c) argue that cheap tinny build quality is perfectly acceptable (d) denounce car companies when a 'scandal' like zero ncap happens (e) complain that Honda shortchanges Indians with crap build, material and component quality (f) yet argue that 'good ASS and 'resale' justifies anything......and therefore still buy Honda-s, Hyundai-s and Maruti-s and overpriced Dusters/Ecosports hand-over-fist. Let alone the ordinary car buyer. What chance the superbly toughly-wellbuilt-for a mere 2+ lakhs Tata Nano, or the Bolt, then? Or Fiat-s or the Ford Fiesta then? The Autocar lady-hack finds the Bolt Revotron turbo-petrol a poor performer....compared to, light yawn, a Hyundai i10 Grand petrol, no marks for build or suspension and chassis componentry or safety or tyre/braking quality EVEN from Autocar, let alone..... Carlos Ghosn and Renault-Nissan have apparently understood this pervisity of the Indian auto culture from the very beginning, which is why all their Indian cars have a special-for-third-world quality. Let alone the Datsun-s and this 'Renault'. Just that they forgot that 'flashy', 'kitschy' looks a la Hyundai and Honda are essential too, which i guess this Kwid tries to address, finally, albeit with like the Go considerable subtlety and genuine good design taste (outside more than in.) Next in line from Nissan will be a reskinned Sunny that looks as-hot-as-a-Maserati, if rumours and leaks are anything to go by. Good for them: they're willing to put a Renault badge on a car such as the Kwid, and they understand the Indian market culture and cost-value equations perfectly by now it seems, albeit through hard knocks with the Sunny, Micra, Evalia, Pulse etc. Ford, though, is not going anywhere are far DOWN as Renault-Nissan are with their emerging-markets-special cars' quality or price (first indian Ecosport, now Aspire and new Figo). And Fiat and VW+Skoda have not even begun to consider such stuff, and such a product (development/planning) strategy. Nor will they, though it MAY be to their long-run detriment: that remains to be seen, since only Maruti and Hyundai, not even Toyota, have managed and will continue to to make tons of money on such cars in India, yet.