Video: The British Recognized The "Niva" As The Best Car Of The Worst Brand
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 13:59
The press service of the Festival of Speed in British Goodwood has published a rating of the eight best models of the worst car companies. The first place was taken by the Russian "Niva", which is now sold under the name Lad4x4.
- The British praised the "Niva" for its rugged design, practicality, simplicity of construction, cross-country ability, low cost, and also for the fact that it can be driven both in the countryside and in the city. The authors of the rating noted that the Russian SUV is the longest-produced four-wheel drive vehicle that has reached our days with minimal changes.
The second line was taken by the city hatchback Daewoo Matiz. The British liked it for its economy and a pleasant ride even with a full load. The budget Daihatsu Copen roadster also got into the top 3, surprising with its compact size and excellent handling.
- The other five cars in the rating: the Delorean DMC-12, known for the Back to the Future trilogy, the Vector W8 supercar with a crazy design, the Canadian Bricklin SV-1 supercar, one of the world's first Talbot MatrRancho crossovers, and the Reliant Scimitar GTE three-door station wagon from British tricycle manufacturer.
- The compilers of the list noted that the "worst" were those automakers who released at least one interesting model, but at the same time could not succeed in the global market. The Lad4x4 SUV itself has recently left Europe.
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