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The official website has updated its price lists. Since July, all trim levels of the AvtoVAZ flagship have lost their side airbags, which were previously the prerogative of the Techno and Sportline versions. In the first case, the plant reduced prices by 15-20 thousand rubles depending on the body type, but the “charged” versions remained the same, despite the reduced equipment.

Three weeks ago, AvtoVAZ removed the Lada Vesta NG in the Techno trim from the range, and insiders assumed that the flagship would return with an expanded set of options. However, the opposite happened: side airbags disappeared from the list, and the ESP stabilization system, heated washer nozzles, heated rear seat and blind spot monitoring assistant have not yet returned.

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But Vestas have become a little more affordable: sedans and station wagons in the Techno version have become cheaper by 20 thousand rubles, their cross versions – by 15 thousand rubles. Now three-pedal Vesta in the top version cost from 1,790,900 rubles, Vesta SW – from 1,917,900 rubles, Vesta Cross – from 1,920,900 rubles, Vesta SW Cross – from 2,037,900 rubles. In addition to the lack of side airbags, there is another simplification – the central headrest on the rear sofa has been removed.

Earlier this week, AvtoVAZ revised the Lada Niva and Lada Granta trim levels. Nivas went up in price by 19-100 thousand rubles, while Grantas went up in price by 108 to 282 thousand rubles. The number of assembly options was sharply reduced: in the case of the Niva Legend, by half, in the case of the Niva Travel, by 60%, and in the case of the Granta liftback, by three times.

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