Lada Granta deprived of electronics is on sale

The Lada Granta in the Classic edition is devoid of the shackles of electronics, and its engine emits exhaust gases into the atmosphere as it did a quarter of a century ago.

According to the announcements, the naked Grant has gone on sale, reports. Apart from being offered to the Russians with a monthly installment of less than 93 euros, this is a model that now costs a little less than 11,690 euros in cash, which is still significantly more than in previous announcements. Again, this is a family car powered by a 1.6L 90 hp petrol engine combined with a five-speed manual transmission.

But there is a "but". All in all, it is an engine that has dropped from the Euro 5 norm to Euro 2, and on average allegedly consumes 6.5 liters. The list of equipment includes electric windows, heated mirrors, trip computer, daytime running lights and preparation for a 4-speaker radio.

As you can see, ABS and airbags are not on offer, and the same goes for electronic stability control. The new Lada drives on 14-inch steel wheels and has a three-year warranty.

All in all, the Lada Granta Classic is currently the cheapest new car on the Russian market, and without sanctions and standards, it would be the cheapest model in the rest of Europe. Let's say that Lada Niva will soon be coming under the same direction.