The first cars to leave the walls of the Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant were ZIS 5V – the famous three-ton. This truck was one of the main vehicles of the Soviet army on the fronts of World War II. Produced from 1942 to 1944. In total, a little more than 10 thousand copies were produced.
The GAZ AA truck, popularly known as a lorry, was produced in Ulyanovsk from 1947 to 1951. It was designed to carry 1,500 kg of cargo. A lorry is considered the most massive Soviet car in the middle of the last century.
GAZ AA truck
You will be surprised, but the GAZ-69, produced from 1954 to 1972, was considered in those years as a passenger-and-freight car of increased comfort. In his cabin could accommodate up to eight people. Continue reading
Yellow “Changans” – messengers of separation? For a crossover Changan CS55 ask from 1,269,000 rubles
Today it has become fashionable to launch a model without OTTS on the market. Changan also went along this path: a certificate from Rosstandart for the compact crossover CS55 in the Russian representative office should be received “before the end of this week.” That is, if you discard the weekend, this deadline will come tomorrow. In the meantime, there are 150 compact Changan CS55 crossovers brought from China in warehouses: they were cleared, but they cannot be put on sale for lack of OTTS. Meanwhile, by the end of the year, the party should be sold out …
Today on the Russian consumer website Changan, along with information about prices for the new compact crossover CS55, discounts have also appeared. For example, both the representative office and the dealer pay for the trade-in branded program that allows you to save 80 thousand rubles, but, of course, not in the 50:50 ratio, but with a bias in the share of the representative office. Continue reading
The world bestseller, one of the most massive cars of the European range of Ford concern and at the same time is the owner of not very, to put it mildly, high popularity among Russian buyers. What prevented the sixth generation Ford Fiesta from winning their hearts and why was the small hatchback more in demand in the secondary market than new cars? Let’s get it right.
The origins and difficult fate of the Russian market
The name Fiesta appeared in the European Ford line in 1976, but the decision to start developing a subcompact car, which should have been positioned as more compact and cheaper than the then popular Escort, was made back in 1972. From that moment, the model went a long evolutionary path, was noted on the rally tracks, changed a number of generations and became almost worldwide (its production was deployed in Germany, Spain, Brazil, Venezuela, Argentina, China, India and Russia). Continue reading