Some honest opinion about GP 90 HP The first two gears are short - can get on your nerves when the engine is howling but you are not gaining speed. It is not an "easy" car to drive in the city B2B traffic because of the above point and also the gear shift is notchy in the 1 -> 2 and the 2 -> 3. 2->3 will seem to get better over time but for me it is not yet perfect. Even the 2nd gear will seem to become smoother overtime. About the 1st gear - the car will jump at the slighest throttle input, but then start screaming as you gain speed - must upshift to 2nd. This jumping behaviour seems to get reduced with time. 2nd gear - mostly in B2B traffic, the car will be moving in and out of turbo zone - managing this can be really irritating. Add to that if the car is going uphill, then the 1st -> 2nd can leave your 2nd gear totally gasping for air. And then you can have a nap waiting for the car's trubo to start spooling. New driving lesson - while going uphill keep the car in power band (keep it moving) - can be a real problem if going uphill and a lot of blind twists and turns. And since the car is heavy, the engine will be crawling if the turbo is not spooling. But otherwise if you can potter around on level ground in the 3rd it sure is an enjoyable drive. Car will get better as you accumulate mileage - i.e. the power band response will become better - you will want to drive it spiritedly and all this will make it seem that the turbo lag is getting worse. This is one car that does not like to be driven sedately - is most happy in higher revs. This is a highway king, a mile cruncher, road warrior, a cruiser whatever you may call it. Once on the highway you will have recouped all your 7.7 lakhs investment. Astounding power delivery coupled with perfect gear ratios 3rd gear upwards and one hell of a rev happy engine - yes you can try cruising soberly all day long (and all through the night provided you get the much needed headlight upgrade) and enjoy that stability, but with such power and control, it is difficult not to get involved in a drag once in a while. And the engine is pretty frugal - on a trip to Krishnagiri, on the ultra busy NH7 last Sunday - with hour long waits on tollgates and traffic blockades while going and torrential rain while coming back, I got 18+. Usually my highway runs start with MID showing 22 (minimum), and then I don't bother. In city, it is 12.5 - 16. I am not really a sober driver and I do not switch off the engine on traffic signals or if I have to go get a light or something like that. The car has done well till now and so I don't have any kind of involved interaction with TASS, but I do end up there every month or two for top ups etc. and all top up has been free till now. I got my clutch salve cylinder changed and that time I had to wait for one month for the part. But generally the guys at TASS are nice to be around, to chat, are quite friendly and informal - of course, I am yet to test their deep technical skills but I sincerely hope that I do not have to.