Which came first ; chicken or egg. We are fooling ourselves if we think FIAT should wait for some sort of milestone before it brings in serious changes to it's lineup. Like the 1.6 Multijet. How much of an infrastructure does NISSAN have? They sold 2000+ Sunnys in July. +ve Brand perception at work. The C segment buyer DOES care about what engine is in the car. We're not talking of an Alto/Nano segment here, guys. Case in point - My brother in law. During his plans to upgrade from his Swift D to a C segment sedan, he didn't even consider the Linea even though he appreciates the car. Why? Because he said it has a 1.3 whereas all the others have 1.6 diesels. He has purchased a Skoda Rapid 1.6 diesel. The Linea just cannot sustain itself on the 1.3, even if you gave it the infrastructure and service back up of Maruti. The sales figures testify to it. Yes, the sales figures are also dented by the FIAT brand name, but the Punto does sell much more than the Linea , even though it is also FIAT. So, clearly the C segment buyer is looking for something more. Why is the Linea selling 3400+ units in Turkey and 100 in India. Keep the opinions flowing. Cheers.