Production of Lada Vesta station wagons could resume in November 13:24

AvtoVAZ will resume production of the updated Vesta SW station wagons and the Cross version of the model in Togliatti in November this year. In this respect said In the “Atypical AvtoVAZ” community on the VKontakte social network.

AvtoVAZ will present all models of the Vesta family with the appearance of station wagons on the assembly line. Now the auto factory produces only updated Vesta sedans and their versions with the Cross prefix.

According to insiders, small batches of SW model bodies sometimes appeared on the assembly line, but the cars assembled from them were not intended for the dealer network. AvtoVAZ is preparing to start mass production of Vesta SW and Vesta SW Cross in November and delivery to car dealerships.

The release of the updated Lada Vesta began in March 2023, sales began in the summer. The car is equipped with 1.6-liter (90 hp and 106 hp) naturally aspirated engines. The price of the model starts from 1.2 million rubles.

Previously at AvtoVAZ seen your bank.



Source: Gazeta

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