Fun to drive?
Does the fun-to-drive factor actually sell cars? I refer to your article on the diesel hatchback which was won by the Figo S. When I run my memory I do not recall seeing even one of these Figo S’ on the road. If it only comes in white then it is easy to miss but I consider myself to be a car spotter and if I have not seen one in Mumbai then clearly nobody is buying it. For the sake of us enthusiasts I hope that isn’t true because Ford does not seem capable of selling cars (how is the superior Endeavour being outsold by the Fortuner?) and not because nobody cares about driving and the dynamic aspect. Because on the positive side the Swift is selling like hot cakes and you have rated it the lowest.