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Lada Vesta Sales Started In Germany
February 27, 2017 16:55

The representative office of the Volga Automobile Plant in Germany began to sell the flagship model of Lada Vesta.

It is noted that Lada Vesta was made to comply with the standards of the German market. Thus, the machine conforms to the “Euro-6” emission standard, some materials have been changed for this purpose: decorative coatings, electrical elements.

In addition, the car received a number of options which will be available on the Russian market in the future: a tire pressure sensor, illumination of the instrument panel and a rear row of seats. The cost of a Russian low-line sedan makes up 12.49 thousand euros. A car with an automatic transmission costs 13.25 thousand euros.

At the moment the Russian brand is represented in Germany and Slovakia. According to the company’s President Nicolas Mora, Czech Republic will be the next. He also said that “AvtoVAZ” planned to increase the share of exports by 50 percent in 2017. 281 cars of the Volga car plant have been sold during the first month of the current year in the EU countries.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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