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The portal found out that in the year and a half that has passed since the restart of production, the Russian holding has introduced a number of innovations. Firstly, the thickness of the paintwork has been doubled. Secondly, a special protective mastic was applied to the frame elements directly from the factory to prevent corrosion. Thirdly, the rear light beam on the trucks and chassis was changed.

Nine months ago, the outer layer paint thickness was 60 microns, and customers complained of chipping at relatively low mileage. Now the thickness of the paintwork has been increased to 120 microns, and on previously sold cars, “saffron milk caps” are removed under warranty. Another potential weak point is corrosion on the welds on the frame side members. Since March, additional anti-corrosion treatment of the frame has been added to the assembly line.

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Finally, on the Sollers Atlant chassis, the rear lights were not protected from external influences, and now such versions are equipped with a new beam with protected optics. Starting in July, such a part will begin to be installed on previously sold cars during scheduled maintenance. There are no changes in technology yet: vans, minibuses and trucks are equipped with 1.9 or 2.7 liter turbodiesels coupled with a 6-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive.

Currently, prices for vans start at 3,259,000 rubles for a short-wheelbase version with a “junior” engine and reach 4,075,000 rubles for a 16-seater passenger minibus with an extra-long wheelbase. You can also order an isothermal or manufactured goods van, refrigerator or flatbed truck from the factory.

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