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Is fiat Linea (Petrol top of the line model) a good buy my parents a planning to buy a car and they approximately travel 25 Km a day they want an easy drive and frankly power is something they do not look at. I want to know that if my parents buy the Fiat Linea will they face a problem with after sales service of fiat and Tata (Pune). I would also like to know how do you rate the Fiat Linea and what are the downsides of the car. Samraat
By Samraat Jamwal 08 August 2009
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Generally speaking for a 25Km per day drive and not much of power,there are so many vehicles in the market.
Is it a self drive or a driver driven one?
Is the running in a metro or a village?
There are so many questiions unanswered.
Tata can service those Fiat vehicles.
If it is a self driven one and they are old,they can go for Santro Hyundai Automatic or the i10 or i20(if automatic is available). You have to judge depending upon the usage of city or long distance at times. It is very difficult to answer.

Answer by Dr P C Rao 08 August 2009
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Fiat Linea will be a good selection.There wont be any problem in maintenance of the car Tata Fiat service has been improved much and hence not a thing to worry.

Answer by Shiva Shankar 08 August 2009

While summarising their decision in selecting FIAT Linea as the UTV car of the year 2009, it was sated as a rare car that not only beats the car in its class, but also challenges the cars in 1 or 2 categories above it. The FIAT Linea is such a remarkable vehicle and if you really want you parents to drive around in comfort & style, dont think there is a better choice. As regards the service, it was never a problem with FIAT vehicles anyways. I have owned a palio from 2003 to 2009 and had to spend only 3600 in 6 years (other than OIL/Seriving/Filter etc). I have driven maruti which have done 50K KM and they squeak while the FIAT is rock solid.

Answer by Yusuf 08 August 2009
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