Video: AvtoVAZ Raised Prices Again: There Are No More Cars Cheaper Than Half A Million Rubles
The Lad model line has risen in price again - for the second time this year. On average, the price increase, according to Lada. Online, was 2%. Now in Russia there are no Ladas cheaper than half a million rubles.
- The most modest increase was noted for the three-door LadNivClassic: it went up in price by 8 thousand rubles. The base price of an SUV is now 607,900 rubles. The five-door modification has increased in price by 14 thousand - up to 658 900 rubles.
- The entire LadLargus family, including the updated version, has also risen in price by 14 thousand. The most affordable restyled passenger station wagon will now cost 690,900 rubles. Prices for LadXray and LadNivTravel increased by 15 thousand rubles, and the most serious rise in price affected the Vesta family: all available modifications received a price tag of 20 thousand rubles higher than before. For example, the LadVest sedan now costs from 723,900 to 1,036,900 rubles, and the most expensive representative of the family - VestSport - in the top-end configuration is estimated at 1,165,900 rubles.
LadGrant, depending on the modification, added from 11 to 16 thousand rubles. Thus, all AvtoVAZ models currently cost more than half a million. Until the last increase, the price of the Grant sedan in the basic configuration, which was 499,900 rubles, was below this psychological border. Now for a four-door you will have to pay at least 510,900 rubles. The most expensive LadGrant in Russia is a station wagon in the maximum configuration for 730,800 rubles.
- Earlier, on January 15, AvtoVAZ raised prices by 2-5%. It is possible that in the near future the price lists for individual Lad families will be revised again: this is due to the prospect of new equipment appearing. For example, the plant will begin to equip LadGrant with an upgraded version of an eight-valve 1.6-liter engine, and LadVest should have a new multimedia system - a device from Yandex. Auto with online services and an eight-inch touchscreen.