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Pro­duced 1982–2012. Its based on VAZ-2105 and is kind of lux­ury ver­sion of it. Because its radi­a­tor grille is sim­i­lar to Mercede’s its called russ­ian Mer­cedes. It also has dif­fer­ent hood, more com­fort­able seats and new dash­board. In its time it was one of the most pres­ti­gious (and most expen­cive) car that reg­u­lar peo­ple were able to buy.

Wheels 4×2

Engine (VAZ-2103)
For­mula 4 cylin­der inline gaso­line
Dis­place­ment 1,45 liters
Per­fo­mance 78 hp
Accel­er­a­tion 0–100 16 sec
Fuel con­sump­tion 7,4/10,2 liters/100 km (90 km/h / city)
Fuel tank 39 liters
Fuel type Ai-93 gaso­line
Max speed 152 km/h

Lenght 4126 mm
Width 1620 mm
Height 1435 mm
Wheel­base 2424 mm
Ground clear­ance 170 mm

Cerb weight 1030 kg
Max pay­load 400 kg


One comment

  1. The good old VAZ-2107 with the ridiculous radiator grille! Konela-auto, the Finnish importer of AvtoVAZ/Lada cars made a modified turbo version of this car in the 1980s, would you believe! Accurate performance numbers are not available, but the maximum speed was more than 180 km/h and acceleration was reportedly excellent (at least compared to other Ladas…).

    The Finnish Turbo-Lada had nothing to do with the Russian mid-engined racing versions of the 2015, but was developed in Finland based on the 2107. At the time it was the cheapest turbo-supercharged passenger car available in Finland. Still, only a few dozen were made, since most of the Lada byers were looking for a cheap car and the Turbo-Lada was more expensive than the normal versions.

    Links to the pages of the Finnish Lada Club:


    They are (probably) from a Finnish 1980s car magazine, can’t tell which one.

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