@nkrishnap, @CrAzY dRiVeR Thanks for bringing out the Punto Abarth review. The car looks smashing even with the stickers / decals all around. 2 cons noted here in reviews everywhere: - Rubbery gear-shift: I think FIATs gears become smooth over a period a of time usage. In my T-JET it has become butter smooth now - Seating position: It will not be as comfort in other mainstream cars when one first steps in but I think it is a matter of time to find a comfortable position A big Kudos to FIAT for its efforts. FIAT has primarily focused on mechanical changes to the engine, suspension, brakes in bringing out the car at affordable price making it reachable to lot of people who want a true performance hatchback. Lot of other changes like sports seats, performance exhaust, sports steering wheel, 6 speed gearbox and other gizmos would have pushed the price much higher would have kept the car only to a showroom model car. The T-JET with 113 BHP Hydraulic steering with all round disc brakes is very addictive to drive on highways despite its large size, soft suspension (pre-2012 set-up). I can only imagine how fantastic it would be to drive the Punto Abarth with 140BHP with stiffer suspension set-up. I'm sure this will set the benchmark for affordable petrol hatchbacks just like T-JET for petrol sedans. Can you please response on the below 2: - Has FIAT included all round anti roll bar to improve the stability and cornering? - Has FIAT worked on the suppressing the wind noise which is found otherwise in current Puntos and Lineas? Thanks once again for bringing out the great review To add to the above: - Any idea if Punto Abarth's suspension can be ported to T-Jet?