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A Russian dealer found a Honda Crider sedan for sale at the price of a Vesta Sportline

The second generation of the Honda Crider 2024 sedan went on sale on the Russian market. Its price is comparable to the price of the Lada Vesta Sportline with the Black package. Meanwhile, in China, this model from Honda is an affordable alternative to the Civic. The car is offered for purchase at a price of 2.23 million rubles – it was found for sale at a dealer in St. Petersburg. In technical terms, the Japanese model is slightly superior to the Lada, having at its disposal a 1.0-liter turbo engine with an output of 122 hp, which is assisted by a continuously variable variator.

The flagship version of Vesta is offered with a 1.6-liter naturally aspirated engine producing 118 hp. The package includes a multifunction steering wheel, an electronic dashboard, an eco-leather interior, contactless access to the cabin, a large touch screen multimedia complex, air conditioning, etc. The car is produced at the facilities of a joint venture created by GAC and Honda. The model is intended for the Chinese market, but has now reached Russia through a parallel import scheme. Previously, the model was also supplied to the Russian Federation, but at a slightly higher price (photo: Honda).

The Jetta VS7 and Mazda CX-4 have become cheaper at Russian dealers. It is reported how much the price of crossovers has decreased compared to last year.

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