Yeti might be a failed product but that does not changes the segment it belongs to. On the topic of 5 seater SUV's not selling, the same was said when i20 was launched in India that a hatch at that price will not sell. The thing is that the urban buyer is maturing and a bigger car always does not amount to luxury. Parking spaces, driving etc in the city contribute to this. The Creta sells at its price because of the SUV/luxury feel it gives and the myth of low cost Hyundai maintenance. The new Endeavour is at a higher price point and the new Fortuner is expected to be higher. Anyways, the c-suv like I said will be comparable to the Tuscon and Yeti and should be priced accordingly. Whether it succeeds or not depends on what VFM factors that FCA can offer. The chances of FCA pricing it lower seem slim after the latest jeep price announcements. They will have my money on the launch day itself if they launch it at 15L. That is wishful thinking though.