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Almost the entire model range from the flagship Vesta family has become more expensive with the change in price lists. The cost has increased due to the exclusion of 2023 trim levels from the lineup. Thus, the current price list now only includes 2024 versions with a higher price tag for the initial trim level. Thus, Vesta Cross is now priced at 1.74 million rubles in the Life’24 trim level.

Last month, a similarly equipped variation was priced at a slightly lower amount – 1.73 million rubles. In this case, a 106-horsepower engine with a working volume of 1.6 liters is registered under the hood. The transmission unit is equipped with a “mechanics” with a 5-speed design. In the base, the difference in price was 12 thousand rubles. It is worth noting that the price tag has risen for all Lada Vesta models, except for the sedan version. The price increase also affected the Lada Vesta SW station wagon. According to the updated price list, its cost starts at 1.644 million rubles in the Comfort version.

At the same time, dealers previously had it available for 1.64 million rubles. The difference was only 4,000 rubles. Meanwhile, the cross-version of the station wagon is now priced at 1.86 million rubles. The Life trim level of this year is announced to have a 106-horsepower 1.6-liter internal combustion engine paired with a manual transmission. Previously, the price tag was at the level of 1.85 million rubles, which is a difference of 12,000 rubles. Thus, the cost has increased only slightly (photo: Lada).

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