My dear friends.. I know you are disappointed because the price that you wanted Skoda to launch Karoq at did not meet your expectations. You think it is expensive for the kind of vehicle that it is. Let me tell you something.. Firstly..if you compare the quality of the interiors, Karoq is far better than VW T-roc and let's not even talk about the Compass and the Harrier. You will find scratchy plastics everywhere in the Roc. Please don't even bring Creta in this discussion. The Indian market is very money and a deal-driven market. We do not give importance to safety equipment, the NCAP ratings, the ESC ratings etc..if we see 2 airbags.. it means the car is like an armoured tank and nothing can kill us. I read in one of the reviews that one of the reviewers is ready to buy two cars at the same price but won't spend this much on a single unit. Everything costs money. Troc, for example, has only 6 airbags whereas Karoq has 9 airbags. Karoq is a bigger vehicle than the T roc with much more equipment and space inside. Just have a look and you will understand. Boot, for example, is 445 ltrs as compared to Karoq's 521. Even the Duster has more boot space than the T Roc and comes at 3/4th the price of the Roc. If we talk about intelligence.. Karoq has, for example, a rear camera washer and the passenger rearview mirror tilt system. If you get the gear lever to Reverse the RVM on the passenger side tilts for you to see how close you can get to the footpath on the other side in case you are parking on the road so that your vehicle doesn't protrude. Don't get flattered by the Virtual cockpit. It is not everything. (Karoq has the Virtual Cockpit too by the way). If you are happy with an i20 on stilts please go ahead and but the T Roc but If you need an urban SUV with good looks, quality interiors, more space and equipment with terrific road presence.. Karoq is the vehicle for you. Believe me. it's worth every penny. Needless to say, the equipment that I mentioned is not the only difference.. Karoq is loaded.