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300 000 Lada Cars Sold
5.07.2011 13:36
300 000 Lada Cars Sold

In the first six month of this year the Volga Automobile plant sold about 300 000 Lada cars in Russia. 

      This figure is 31,3% higher than sales of the same period of last year. The most popular car model became Kalina car. 

      From the beginning of the year there were sold: 72 576 Kalina cars, 68 298 Lada Priora, 55 292 Lada 2105/2107, 53 591 Lada Samara and 27 573 Lada 4x4. 

      In December Russia will begin selling a brand new car of Avtovaz — Lada Granta. The new model has Renault's engine and an automatic transmission from Nissan. 


      
      

 


Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian transport Russian business Russian companies   

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