Fiat has simply not tried enough. When they needed to push things, they restricted the sales of the T-Jet. Then they played the guessing game with the 1.6 MJD, and still continue to do so. And then they tried to distinguish the Avventura by slapping the heavy spare wheel outside, without increasing the bootspace inside. Dumb engineering, if ever. Even Renault havent dared to provide a 60-40 split/recline on the Duster rear seat, lest the customer feels the 475 litre boot space is hampered. Indians love boot space, whether they use it or not. And inspite of (apparently) localising the T-Jet, they are taking ages to plonk it inside the Evo/Avvy. So it is really not a case of damned if you and damned if you dont. They have been a bystander to the general passing parade, and then have never even bothered to spend the extra to be really different.