I know that is not a great move to sell the old version punto. Instead of doing a launch, they must have just given discounts and dealers must have pushed the old stock in the background. They must bring in new models. PERIOD. Indian junta will be ready to forget the bad image or whatever about Fiat, if they keep introducing new Cars. The issue is, all the cars they have are based on grande punto - Punto Evo, Linea, Classic, Avventura, Abarth Punto, Abarth Avventura, Pure everything is punto platform. Other manufacturers are offering lot more choices. You need to have a wide portfolio. With Fiat going solo on the dealerships is a late but good step. Now, they have sales and service in their control, they can bring in new cars. India craves for SUVs, why don't they get Freemont, 500X? Baleno and elite i20 are selling like hot cakes, throw Bravo into the mix. It is much bigger than these 2 cars. Bravo is 4+ meter car, Price it competitively and no one can beat that price. Things will turn around.