Fiat Avventura - 2014 For The design stands out in the segment with high quality chrome and cladding on the exterior. Faux skid plates add the rugged look. The wheel cladding, roof rails and the rear mounted spare wheel give the car a distinct character. A new interior color combo and texture, central console, stiffened suspension and 16" alloys mark a distinct differentiation of the Avventura from the Punto Evo. The Avventura is no exception to the omnipresent core FIAT DNA of superior ride quality, handling and suspension.It demolished bad roads with exemplary ride quality and the increased ground clearance is an added bonus. 3 bottle holders: one in each front door pad and one along with the rear AC vent. Avventura gets the diesel heart only in the 90 HP avatar. The motor is tuned for a more linear power delivery which is a welcome move. The Automatic Climate Control is good. The AC vents have directional as well as flow control now and the knee level AC vent has been included in the Emotion variant. Two new colors available on the Avventura : Zafferano Orange & Bronzo Tan. The orange is complete eye candy and turns heads wherever it goes. The other car which carries the color so well is the Palio. FIAT continues to offer new and refreshing colours. 16 inch alloy wheels with Goodyear Eagle NCT-5 205/55 R16 tyres are standard fitment across variants. NVH levels have improved and the car gets additional sound dampening as well. High levels of localization and parts sharing will ensure a competitive cost of maintenance. Expect the car to come with the FIAT standard 3 years / 1 lac kilometer + 2 year optional extended warranty package. Against The T-Jet engine does not find a place under the hood of the Avventura. The humble naturally aspirated (and often under-rated) 1.4 FIRE continues in the petrol engine line up. Introducing the turbo charged version in the top end variant will make it an exciting package The automatic headlamps and rain sensing wipers should have been provided to differentiate the Avventura from the Punto Evo. Also no top end variant in the petrol. The projector headlamps and the DRLs have not made it on to the production version. This may have been saved for the facelift. Avventura now weights more than the New Linea (Petrol Variants). Front seats have increased travel and this can potentially cut down the rear legroom if the front passengers decide to play spoil-sport. Some niceities like Sunglass holder and rear parking sensors are missing. Hoping they are available as OEM fitments. Thanks to Ravi, turbo_karthik and Puntom for accompanying me for this review We would like to thank KHT Motors wholeheartedly for providing us the Avventura for review.