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Old 13th September 2014, 14:04   #1906
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Any Chance of Jeep Brand in India?. I am eagerly hoping for Jeep Renegade in India by 2015/2016.
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Guys!! just got info that the Avventura will be priced lower than the new Linea. Also the top-end diesel wouldn't cost more than roughly 8.5L ex-showroom.
Considering the fact that Punto Evo top end cost 6.8L, the Avventura top end should not cost more than 7.5L.
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Considering the fact that Punto Evo top end cost 6.8L, the Avventura top end should not cost more than 7.5L.
Punto Evo top end cost 7.19L which is the 90 PS variant. I doubt Avventura top end will be priced at 7.5L.
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Considering the fact that Punto Evo top end cost 6.8L, the Avventura top end should not cost more than 7.5L.
Putting it so close to the Punto Evo might not go well for the Punto Evo.

I think the top end diesel will be around 9 lacs ex showroom. This will be lower than the Linea top end but higher than the Punto Evo.
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Putting it so close to the Punto Evo might not go well for the Punto Evo.

I think the top end diesel will be around 9 lacs ex showroom. This will be lower than the Linea top end but higher than the Punto Evo.
8.5 to 9L is too close to Ecosport. No one is going to prefer Avventura over Ecosport, it can best be sold in Etioss Cross/Polo Cross territory i.e, 7.5 to 8 lac max
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I think Rs 50 to 60K more than respective Punto Evo variants will be a very good VFM proposition, anything beyond this & it will be tough to attract good numbers.

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One more color.Looks gorgeous.
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OMG!

Gosh! Now who is gonna buy EVO 90 HP

This one will be a true head-turner.

Cheers!
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One more color.Looks gorgeous.
Thanks so much for the pic .

The car is looking absolutely stunning in this Tuscan wine color .

After driving the Punto evo ,I was extremely pleased with the interiors . quality, style everything is well put together.

The Aventura having the same interiors like Punto evo is good thing .

Hope Fiat prices the car nicely and it brings Fiat back in the game .
All the best Fiat India.
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Few more pics of the Dark Tan Avventura.
Picture courtesy Nadeem and zenwalker, Teamfiat India
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Red isn't bad either!
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Drop dead gorgeous is the word. Exciting times ahead for the Fiat it seems ( only if it is priced reasonably).Thanks for the pics.
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Definitely looking a proper crossover, though still have doubts how the hatch mounted spare wheel looks in person, hope it does not look too bulky and out of proportion.

Fiat has another chance here only if they price & market it well.
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That is one good looking vehicle, especially in that colour. I feel, it would look even better as a normal hatchback. The pic below should help you visualize (I cropped out the spare wheel).

Imagine this car without the spare wheel, wider track (20 mm) and lowered by 3 inches!


On a separate note, the SCCS is one hell of a long-serving platform (since 2006). Today's Jeep Renegade and 500L also see to be derived from it (as per Wikipedia)

The funniest part is that the pseudo SUVs have tailgate mounted spare wheels while the true SUVs increasingly dont'!

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This colour is called Bronzo Scuro. This was exclusive to the TJet+ was available only in the first edition and is now seen on the Aventura.

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That is how it looks on my Jet+ Ciao

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"Bronzo Scuro"...sounds exotic. Checked out Google translate and it means "Dark Brown" in Italian! Isn't it amazing how *everything* sounds better in Italian!

Your T-Jet looks great by the side of an expressway.
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