Lada Niva Travel received unusual improvements

Lada Niva is extremely popular in Russia, and not only the original Niva that we have known well for decades, but also the modern Niva Travel. This is, in fact, a redesigned version of the Chevrolet Niva model, which the Russians developed together with the American General Motors.

Customers can count on air conditioning, a multimedia system, a reversing camera, electric windows, heated seats, heated windshield, 16-inch alloy wheels with heavy-duty tires and snorkels for driving on dusty roads or through deep water. Safety equipment is limited to a few airbags and ABS.

Lada Niva Travel

AvtoVaz 2123, also known as the Chevrolet Niva, debuted in 1998, but was redesigned several times by 2021. The latest edition is also specific for the awkwardly inserted multimedia and navigation display, which was obviously not originally planned by the designer.

Lada Niva Travel

All variants of the Lada Niva Travel are equipped with a 1.7-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 80 horsepower. Power is transmitted to all four wheels via a five-speed manual transmission, two-speed gearbox and has a mechanical differential lock.

The price in Russia starts from 9,884. euros.

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