Hi all, This is my maiden post here and i sincerely request help from experienced owners on my queries. I currently drive a 11 year old Indica V2 (dad's car). Concorde (Mumbai) is offering a hard-to-ignore discount on the 2011 linea tjet+ (mostly mar/apr 2011 manufactured). This includes 1 lakh cash discount, 1 lakh exchange bonus PLUS the actual exchange they offer on my indica which is roughly 30-40k, 10k corporate discount, free insurance. This is without ANY bargaining. So the OTR is roughly 8.2 but i'll try to get it down further/get some accessories like parking sensor fitted. My doubts: 1) Dealer claims (and says will give in writing) that the car hasn't been used as test drive vehicle. He says balance inventory of 2011 tjets is 40 odd and that since his dealership does not have any remaining inventory, the 2011 car will be shipped from the pune (ranjangaon) factory. They say that Fiat registers its test drive vehicles and hence they cannot sell a customer a vehicle that was used as a test drive vehicle earlier. says they sold 15 2011 model tjets last month. Does all this sound legit? I'll insist on the 'H' on the odo. Is there any issue buying a 2011 manufactured model now? 2) Any feedback on the after sales service/spares? Sales chap says spares are made at ranjangaon so they arent costly. Says service will be (for now) at the Tata workshops and that there wont be step-motherly treatment. My servicing will be in Mumbai (Andheri) so if anyone's aware of the experience in servicing their cars in Mumbai, it would help 3) Sales chap says servicing is for 4 years/80k kms which seems amazing. Any caveats i should specifically explicitly ask/clarify ? 4) What all do I need to demand before taking delivery (if i decide to buy) - i'm thinking new battery, tyres (if they agree). Anything else? Sales chap says Fiat and the dealer's technicians will both inspect the car at ranjangaon/stockyard before its delivered. Still, anything in particular i need to ensure they replace/fit anew? 5) The alternative car (which i booked but then cancelled) is Nissan sunny petrol XL. But it doesnt have the full package (all leather seats, electronics, disc brakes and alloys, 16 inch tyres etc etc) that the tjet+ offers. My driving will be 80%+ city and the occasional highway drive. Im moving from a diesel car (current indica) to a petrol one (i dont think diesel will remain subsidized over the next 5 years - its a call/risk i'm taking). My daily driving is roughly 35 km. Thoughts on 2011 linea tjet+ V/s 2012 nissan sunny petrol XL? Any help would be hugely appreciated. I'm scheduled to test drive the car at 5 pm today. The dealer's offered to send a test drive vehicle to my home. Why is the dealer going over the top to sell me a car? should i smell something fishy? thanks.