TOP 5 pluses of the second generation Hyundai Creta

“Crete” has become not only more technologically advanced, but also much more attractive.

Hyundai Creta II (ix25) for China. Photo: Hyundai China

The second generation Hyundai Creta debuted in the Indian car market in 2020. The novelty has not yet reached Russia – we sell restyling of the first generation. The experts of the IndianAutosBlog portal named the TOP 5 pluses of the second generation Hyundai Creta.


The new “Crete” pleases with a stylish design – the front of the body received custom and aggressive optics, and the radiator grille is brought to the modern corporate style of Hyundai.
Unusual appearance was to the taste of young motorists, tired of the classic design.

Hyundai Creta II for India. Photo: IndianAutosBlog


The youth audience will also appreciate the “stuffing” of the new Hyundai Creta. The list of equipment includes a modern multimedia complex BlueLink Connected.

The option allows you to track the location of the car, adjust the seats and air conditioning, as well as synchronize with smartphones on iOS and Android.

Rich equipment

“Creta” is in the segment of budget crossovers, but pleases with a list of equipment. In terms of Russian currency, a crossover in the maximum configuration in India costs about 1.5 million rubles, and the “base” can be bought for 900 thousand rubles.

In the second generation of the model, a panoramic hatch with voice control, electric drive and seat ventilation are offered to customers.

Interior Hyundai Creta II. Photo: IndiansAutoBlog

Hyundai Creta developers have not forgotten about the security systems – there are ABS, EBD, parking sensors, a full set of airbags and much more on board.

Motor and gearbox

Under the hood, “Creta” is a 1.5-liter gas turbo engine with a capacity of 140 “horses”. The motor allows you to call the crossover dynamic – acceleration to “hundreds” takes 9.9 seconds.

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A smooth automatic transmission with double clutch will help to gain speed – the technology allows to achieve greater fuel economy, even than in the case of manual transmission. Also, the box has the ability to switch to the classic “mechanics” mode.


Hyundai Creta is not offered with a 4X4 system and a frame body, but even a front-wheel drive is enough to drive on moderate terrain. The traction control system, which has the Sand, Snow and Primer modes, will help in this.

When the novelty reaches Russia, it is unknown. In Russia, the crossover is in high demand and is the leader in its segment, so the premiere, although belatedly, will certainly take place.


Moved from Renault Arkana to the Haval F7x and not happy – owner impressions

Previously, the “Chinese” chip was cheap, but now they are no longer needed.

The motorist used to own the BMW X4 and Renault Arkana, while now he decided to transfer to the Haval F7x. The first impression of the Chinese crossover was good, because the car looked really interesting. Under the hood, a two-liter turbo engine, complemented by a robotic 7-speed gearbox. Chromed plastic seems to look rich, but its owner appreciates it more as a sign of cheapness. The pads, although stand out, but come off or not come off – it is not clear.

When he just bought a car, the driver could not get used to the “joystick” all day. On the road, passing pits and potholes on loose sand, there were no problems. In the Haval F7x, the driver felt confident, as the all-wheel drive car and wheels would connect at the right time if the car does not row and does not drive. The engine is torquey, while the car is not responsive enough when you press the gas pedal, there is a delay of several seconds. After pressing the pedal, the motor already roars, and the car still “thinks”.

At the French cross-coupe, the box quickly adapts, just one sharp press is enough for it to start holding the gear when discharging gas. Arkana has not the most acute, but distinct reactions to the steering wheel, reliable and predictable behavior on an arc and a straight line.

The suspension in the Haval F7x is very soft, the car enthusiast is not used to it and is rocking it. On a long stretch with small irregularities, the suspension responds softly and shakes the car like a boat on the waves, like a boat on the waves. The suspension on the Renault Arkana is similar, but on the BMW X4 more rigid. The body kit, clearance and wheels allow you to operate the car on the road and enjoy. This car is more suitable for urban residents.

“It’s expensive and not tasty,” said Renault Arkana owner after riding the Haval F7x.


All through the stump deck! Chekhova changed her mind about producing plus-size clothes

The show “Model XL” did not save from collapse.

Women are looking for shopping clothes, but not everyone has the right size, because plus-size is a problem in Russia. The stores do not sell sizes larger than 48-50, and what at this time do ladies of appetizing sizes is unknown.

The nature presenter Anfisa Chekhov was awarded the forms of the Greek goddess, so Anfisa took pity on the plus-size Russians and set about producing “special” clothes.
A fresh collection went on sale and fans were surprised: Chekhova changed her mind about producing plus-size clothes. In the catalogs there was no model larger than 54 sizes, and not every such size was foreseen. All through the stump deck!

Such a woman’s ignore is justified: everywhere plus-size is censured. Nobody takes TV presenters – “donuts”, even “Fashionable sentence” does not choose heroines with uniforms. There are strange rumors about the Model XL show. Fans confirm: girls who are more than 54 in size are simply expelled, because there is nothing to dress up for.

It’s chaos on TV, and the Russians who watch such shows are sad: if the girls “have nothing to wear from the box”, then the rest will have to go in a bag. In stores, shelves are clogged with micro-jeans and micro blouses. The images recommended by stylists cannot be repeated. The option with the M&S store, which sells clothes larger than size 52-54, does not work, because the prices there are atrocious.

Don’t wait for the promised one from Chekhova, it remains to stomp around for seconds, there will be no problem fashionable clothes, the size of which will suit both plus-size and wallet.


roommate-tyrant for three years beat the star of the “Factory of stars” Julia Parshutu

Singer Julia Parshuta made a very personal and frank confession. The scandal prompted the star of the Star Factory to take this step, which erupted after two interviews with Regina Todorenko. Fans decided that the TV presenter considers women guilty of men raising their hands on them. Parshuta said that for three years she lived with a home tyrant and was afraid to leave her roommate because he threatened her and her relatives.

In 2010 Julia Parshuta fell madly in love with a handsome handsome man. As it seemed to her, the chosen one was the smartest, most caring and attentive. “He was an energetic scholar – a man who is always interesting and fun with. I fell in love without memory. This was the first time with me. He was wonderful. The first few months,” she said.

And then real hell began. The first time he beat her, Julia persuaded herself to forgive him. The tyrant roommate was kneeling and begging forgiveness. “My family never had physical abuse. Therefore, I did not know that it was not treated with a wise word and a meek look. That it should not be forgiven,” the girl said.

She suffered beatings for three years. “In March 2013, a week after an appendectomy, on Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya street I got hit in the stomach with my fist, “decorated” with the stitches of the operation. A stab in the stomach from his man. Another blow, and only God knows which is the bill for our life together, “Julia Parshuta began her confession.

After that, the man took her phone, bag and car keys. But the girl still ran away from him to her friend. “Having come in, I asked her for water and said that my bag was stolen from me. And with all my strength I showed that everything was fine with me. The third year of our relationship was on. In fact, the third year in a box of fear and despair. Without the ability to search and find protection and exit, “writes the 32-year-old artist.

She also explained why before that she did not dare to leave Tirana. “He was strong. Very. It was the third year of “I-guilty-in-everything”, the third year of “I-worthless”, the third “I-not-for-nothing-capable” year. Because it was the third year I was intimidated to the bone. The third year, as the veil of hopelessness grew stronger from his threats. Because threats are not just me. The threat “I will cut your family” and “to you … if you go to the police”, ”the Star Factory participant shocked with revelation.

Parshuta stressed that for a long time she could not find the strength to admit that she was a victim of domestic violence. The actress urges women not to be silent about the beatings and are not afraid of conviction. “Talking about violence should not be embarrassing,” she summed up.


The average ticket for Bonpreu customers is doubled due to confinement

The supermarket sector is based on having a precision operation, where every detail counts and allows you to often compete for a penny to win customers. As a result, companies in this field have become accustomed to increases in sales, which are usually around GDP and rarely reach double digits. But the coronavirus has completely altered this reality.

As ARA has learned, Bonpreu, the first supermarket chain in Catalonia, has seen the average customer ticket double since the population was confined. To contextualize the jump, in 2018 the group increased sales by 13%, and a year earlier by 11%. The evolution of 2019 is not yet known, but in 2020, even without knowing how long the current situation will last, it promises to be better for the 35th Catalan company in sales.

Its 187 stores, which also include those of the Esclat brand, have made this leap without resorting to price increases, the company says. The company chaired by Joan Font has carried out a study, based on the 1.2 million purchases made on average during the weeks of the state of alarm, which allows us to observe customer behavior. The conclusion is very clear: commodities are living a golden age.

The frozen fish boom

The closure of fishmongers triggers the purchase of 151%

Of all the products, the jump in the sale of frozen fish stands out, with an increase of 151%. Meat has also experienced a sharp increase in sales, of about 50%. Bonpreu stands out above all for the increase in lamb, processed meats, skewers, steaks and pork chops.

Rising fruits and vegetables

Potato and zucchini, the amazing kings of the shopping basket

The data from the Osona company also make it clear that the consumption of fruit and vegetables has increased in recent weeks. The vegetable, in particular, 54%, and the fruit, 33%. Bonpreu has detected that in the vegetable basket, the most successful in this time are the zucchini and the potato.

Packaging is growing

From pasta and rice to sweets, the snacks and beers

The company has also seen a very significant increase in sales of packaged food products. The increase, in particular, is 80%. This food group serves to check the change in consumption trend from the beginning of confinement until now. The study finds that initially there was more purchase of commodities such as preserves, pasta and rice, and that it later changed to products more associated with celebrations or moments of pleasure, such as beers, snacks and sweets like chocolate.

More cleanliness than ever

Sales of products such as bleach are doubled

The wave of shopping has also reached for household cleaning and personal hygiene products, such as soap, bleach and toilet paper. In this area, sales have almost doubled, with an increase of 99%.

Pricing policy

The supermarket group denies they went up

Bonpreu says that almost all the prices of these food families have remained the same as last year. In fact, the company claims that soups and broths, liquid milk, soup pasta and butter have been sold during confinement at lower prices than last year.

Bonpreu even explains that in its establishments, and despite the success of sales that are taking place throughout the sector, the promotions have been maintained, covering half a thousand products. This same week, The Economist echoed a study that explained that the percentage of household spending on food has gone from 18% to 60% due to confinement, in a phenomenon that even compromises the validity of indices such as the CPI in all countries.


EU postpones response to economic emergency again (Júlia Manresa Nogueras)

The eurozone economy could fall by 15% due to the coronavirus pandemic. The impact is clear when you put it next to the 4.9% drop that was experienced in 2009. It is the warning to sailors with which the President of the European Central Bank (ECB), Christine Lagarde, tried to raise awareness leaders so that they do not do “too little and too late” and approve a “fast, firm and flexible” recovery plan. And the Twenty-seven know that, but they still don’t agree on how to do it. In recent days, positions have come closer, especially after the South renounced any debt pooling. Yesterday they agreed to create an economic recovery fund that will be linked to the new EU budget, but they have not agreed on the size, the form, or how to distribute the money, if it sees more credit (as the north wants) or to through direct transfers (as required by the south).

The brutal work will be up to the Commission, which, after listening to everyone and gathering ideas from all over, has to come up with a proposal in the coming weeks that tries to gather all the concerns. Then the leaders will have to give the final green light, and all this leaves the final decision for June, when they hope to meet physically. And this despite the “emergency” awareness that the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, admitted yesterday after a video conference that closed without a document of conclusions, despite the fact that it was a key appointment to avoid the unequal collapse of the European economy and for the integrity of the single market itself. As the President of the Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, warned, without “decisive and collective action, the recovery will not be symmetrical and divergences will increase”.

But after so many comings and goings, where is the discussion now? Coronabons are definitely ruled out and a half-trillion shield in credits (for companies, ERTOs and healthcare systems) has been approved, which will be launched in June. With this decided, the debate revolves around how to articulate an economic recovery fund linked to the EU budget for the period 2021-2027 and which must be debated again. The discussion is stalled precisely because the north did not want to contribute more money. All of this will now be mixed up, which for some may further delay the discussion while for others it may be the necessary push.

The figures also generate some consensus around 1.5 trillion, but how this sum will be reached is a mystery. That is why, after gathering all the positions of the different European blocs, the leaders have left the final proposal in the hands of the Commission, also because it is Brussels that has the legislative initiative. Von der Leyen presented to the leaders yesterday a proposal for funds linked to the European Community budget that “will find the right balance between loans and direct transfers”. To reach up to 1.6 trillion euros (which is the plan he is working on), it would be necessary to raise the spending ceiling of the EU budget for the coming years and support a debt issue from the European Commission itself ( which has already been done before) and which, in practice, does not involve mutualization of the debt, precisely because the money is then made available to states that request it through transfers or cheap credits. From there, different internal or budget-related mechanisms would mobilize this high amount. In fact, the draft proposal foresees that the fund will only contain about 320 billion euros and that the rest of the money, up to 1.5 trillion, would be activated through various mechanisms of the community budget.

The Commission has presented this first draft after France presented the first fund idea with shared debt, the Netherlands its with gifts from north to south, and Spain its with perpetual debt issued from Brussels, a proposal that finally Italy take on. Perpetuity is already completely ruled out, but Paris, Madrid and Rome are pushing for the debt to be issued in the very long term. Knowing all this, now the battle is between credits and transfers and also in the pace of response. Therefore, the different European leaders appeared with relative satisfaction and full of nuances.

French President Emmanuel Macron was blunt: “Europe’s borrowing is not up to the task. Because? Because loans would already add to the debt of the most fragile countries and worsen financial imbalances. ” Macron is clear that with more credit the problem is not solved: “They must be real transfers, budget transfers.”

In the same vein, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte called for urgency and even called for a “bridge” mechanism to gain access to these transfers, given that they may not be effective until the end of the year. But for his Dutch counterpart, Mark Rutte, the emergency is resolved with half a trillion credits activated by the Eurogroup and which include the rescue fund that neither Spain nor Italy want to ask for. “There are 520 billion euros available, I would be stunned if we spend them all before the end of the year,” said the Dutchman yesterday, assuming that to finish detailing everything will take time and also that the recovery fund it will be structured mostly in the form of credits. Pedro Sánchez did not appear in Spain, but the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arantxa González Laya, did so, claiming the role of Spain “at the center of the game” in changing the tone of the talks, although the demands Spanish initials have been diluted and that the south, for now, is the one who has yielded the most.


The country most affected by the pandemic and also one of the weakest economies in the EU with 135% debt. From the beginning he demanded to share risks, mutualizing debt so as not to have to borrow more, but he has already yielded in this line and now accepts a fund of 1.5 trillion euros in perpetual debt to give direct transfers , no credits.


It’s the other end of the story. He has managed to remove the coroners from the debate and now focuses his opposition on how to distribute the money from the recovery fund. He wants it to be just credits and that if there are transfers they are made through the EU budget, a budget that The Hague does not want to see fattened at the expense of its southern neighbors.


It has made hinge. He was on the side of Italy at the beginning of the discussion, but has abandoned debt pooling. Italy made the turn after Spain presented a proposal similar to the French one and it picked up ideas that the socialist commissioners had already dropped: a fund of 1.5 trillion through debt issued by the Commission and backed by an increase in EU budget and that would be perpetual. The latter part is ruled out by the northern opposition. Spain asks for transfers and not credits, but would accept a combination of the two.


He always stands firm against the coronabons and on the side of The Hague, but seeking to focus the debate. That is why Berlin said this week that it was willing to increase its contribution to the EU budget has been key to making the issuance of debt by the European Commission a viable project.


Abertis to pay € 875 million to ACS and Atlantia despite the fall in toll road traffic (Àlex Font Manté)

Neither the widespread collapse of car traffic nor the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus have prevented Abertis’ shareholders from approving a dividend of € 875 million, the third highest dividend in its history. The concessionaire therefore has plans to pay generously to its shareholders, which are now basically two: Florentino Pérez’s ACS group and Atlantia’s Italian group. Just over 1% of equity is still held by small shareholders.

As the company has historically done, dividend payments will be split in two parts, one in April and one in November. The first half of the € 875 million will be paid next week, while the second half will be delivered in November.

Before paying the latter half, the board will make sure that the dividend does not penalize the note given by rating agencies to Abertis, as this would force it to pay higher interest rates on its debt, ‘company in a statement. In the same text, the company has “thanked the support” of its shareholders for the “flexibility” they have shown in dividing the dividend into two halves.

Who will pay for the traffic decrease?

The widespread confinement caused by covid-19 has plummeted the influx of cars on the toll roads of France and Spain, the two countries that offer the most business to Abertis today.
The drop was particularly bloody during the days when only workers in the essential sectors were allowed to move: during Easter, for example, the number of vehicles passing the Spanish Abertis toll roads dropped by 84%. In the case of France (where Abertis controls Sanef, the country’s largest concessionaire), the drop was almost identical, with 82%.


Decline in traffic on the Spanish Abertis toll roads during Easter

It is not clear who will have to pay the bill for this traffic decline. The last time Spanish motorway traffic dropped sharply, during the last crisis, Abertis demanded a compensation of 3 billion euros from the state because the car inflow levels were not reached provided for in the AP-7 concession contract. The matter ended up in the Supreme Court, which made a surprising decision: until 2021, when the last concession of the AP-7 expires, it would not say who was right.

Since the Supreme Court did not rule, we do not know now whether Abertis will have the right to claim compensation from the traffic slowdown that is being recorded in the state in recent weeks.

The opa raised the debt

Abertis, among the large Catalan companies, has the highest debt compared to its ebitda (profit before taxes and other concepts), as revealed in an article published on Saturday in the ARA. Specifically, while most large companies are not offended by this, Abertis currently has debt over six times its ebitda.

One of the reasons for these records is that their current owners (ACS and Atlantia) have repaid much of the debt they incurred to pay the cost of buying the company.

Atlantia and ACS pay Abertis half the price

To remain the concessionaire, ACS and Atlantia signed a bank loan of 9,824 million. Most of this money (6.5 billion) will be returned to banks with a bill payable by Abertis: on the one hand, 3.5 billion will be obtained through debt issuance of the concessionaire, while another, another 3,000 have been directly charged to the Catalan company in the form of long-term debt.

The remainder of the loan was paid off with the sale of investee companies, such as Cellnex or Hispasat.


The key is tax fraud

One of the meanings of tax fraud defines it as “the illicit activity that people or companies incur when they hide property or income from the tax authorities, or overestimate the deductible concepts, with the aim of paying less taxes than they legally owe” (Wikipedia) . By their very nature, it is impossible to calculate the amount of tax fraud in a country or territory, but what can be done are estimates. In fact, it is estimated that in Spain, in terms of GDP, tax fraud ranges from 6% to 9%.

For 2019, tax fraud amounted to between € 74,685 and € 112,028 million. So that we can understand the magnitude of these figures, Spain closed its public accounts last year with a negative balance of € 27 billion, and in terms of interest on public debt, it paid close to € 32 billion. This means that, in the theoretical assumption that in 2019 tax fraud would have been zero, Spain would have ended the year with a surplus, and with the difference it could have paid the interest on its debt.

The magnitude of the fraud

In any case, to understand the extent of tax fraud it is necessary to contemplate a sufficiently long chronological series and, in addition, it must be done with real values, that is, eliminating the reducing effect that inflation has. Thus, with euros from the year 2000, tax fraud in Spain between 2000 and 2019 (both included) reached a figure ranging from 1.54 to 2.32 trillion euros. These figures are six and nine times the GDP of Catalonia last year.

Things could look differently if in the current economic downturn we are in, Spain could have half of this figure that is disappointed every year, don’t you think?


Affected by ERTOs and without unemployment until May

March closed in Catalonia with almost 548,000 people affected by a temporary employment regulation file (ERTO). Most, however, found that on April 10, the maximum date they were expected to be paid unemployment, they did not receive any income from the State Employment Service (SEPE) in their accounts. The SEPE paid 2.5 million benefits across Spain in April, of which only 620,000 were new and most were ERTOs. Ministry of Labor spokesmen argue that between the autonomous community validating the ERTO and the SEPE, the benefit passes one week, and therefore all the files that entered at the end of March will not be charged until 2 or 3 May thanks to the agreement reached with the banking institutions, since the deposit is usually made on the 10th.

The ARA, however, has talked to employees who the company fired temporarily before and are still waiting for the benefit. One of them is Josep Soler, who works in an interior design firm and a furniture store. He received his share of salary until March 14, the day his ERTO came into force. “The only thing we have been told from the company is that we have patience, but with what I have charged I have to go to the supermarket and little more and I have to pay for electricity, water …”, he details. With your savings you can endure this situation for three months, parking all your future plans. “I was planning to change an apartment with my partner, but we have paralyzed it, and also the purchase of a car I need to go to work,” he says.

In his case, he also continues to work, in part – he admits – because he wants, since he has projects that must be completed by June. “The situation is so impressive that at least we could have been paid a part of unemployment because we didn’t have to ask the family for help,” he says.

Oriol Saura’s margin for survival is still lower than that of Soler. “One month, two at a time,” he says. In her case, she works at a home décor import company that sent them all home on March 14. In a normal month, he earns $ 900 net (in March he collected $ 390) and pays $ 300 for a purchased car. “If I had been hooked this month a month earlier it would have been a disaster, because I was without savings,” he says. Their salvation was in the extra pay in February and the advancement made by the company, knowing that their workers had not been paid unemployment. “We have advanced a little less than a monthly payment,” he says. Saura cannot understand how the unemployment rate is not speeding up in the heat of the pandemic. “I’m angry, it’s an unsustainable situation that will hit somewhere,” he says. To the chagrin of not charging is added the fear that the ERTO may become an employment regulation file (ERO): “We depend on the opening of stores; without shops we have no orders. “

Maite Mas’s case is less stressful because she lives with her family. He works for the public in a museum owned by the municipality, which is managed, however, by a private company, Ciut’art. Although the City Council of Barcelona when they closed the museum said that it maintained the workforce, the company decided to go for the right and submit the ERTO. “We charged until the 13th and from there, nothing more,” he says. The company has promised to supplement the salary by 30% – an ERTO charges 70% of the base salary – but has already told them that they will not pay this difference until the end of April. “It is a shame that we were not paid unemployment, there are colleagues who rely on this money to pay rent and bills,” he says.

Ministry spokesmen say that with the speeding of formalities that was approved on March 27, the arrears should not be repeated when presenting ERTOs. In May it will be possible to check if it is true.

The keys

1. Do you know the people affected by ERTOs in March who have not yet received the benefit in Catalonia?

No, the data provided by the Ministry of Labor is that in March 2.5 million benefits were paid throughout Spain. Of these, 620,000 were new and most were ERTOs. The ministry does not have the data broken down by community. However, taking into account that, according to the Ministry of Labor, in March closed with the presentation of more than 77,600 temporary files affecting almost 548,000 people, it is clear that many of those temporary unemployed people have not yet paid March unemployment.

2.When will unemployment pay?

They are due in May. The ministry estimates that from the 2nd to the 3rd they will already be able to charge it, thanks to the agreement reached with all the banking entities to advance this payment, which is usually done on the 10th. Part of March and April. The ministry assures that no other payment order can be made this April because the SEPE system prevents it.

3.And those affected by ERTOs in April will be paid unemployment in May?

It depends on when the file is filed. That is, the chapter of March will be repeated again. If the company submits it later this week or next, surely the worker will no longer be paid until June. The reason is that between the autonomous community and the SEPE it takes a week to validate the ERTO and the benefit, and if this procedure does not occur before the last day of the month it is no longer charged until the next.

4. Is there a way to speed it up?

On March 27, a decree was approved so that companies could expedite filing, but they would hardly be resolved by one week.


LADA Vesta with the “robot” outraged the network – no wonder they abandoned production

And warranty repair is not necessary.

In October last year, AvtoVAZ announced that a robotic gearbox would be completely removed from the line of transmissions for the LADA Vesta family – AMT often received complaints, and the company’s management considered that it had not taken root at Vesta. A new CVT box from Jatco came to replace – the variator is designed to better reveal the potential of the 1.6-liter Renault-Nissan engine.

And it seems that at AvtoVAZ it was not in vain that they refused to produce this checkpoint – the other day, the next LADA Vesta with a “robot” outraged the network. The owner of the 50,000-mile sedan said that recently during the trip the gearbox suddenly rustled, and an immediate inspection of the transmission unit in a private car service showed that a “tooth” had broken off on one of the gears.

The owner of LADA Vesta is shocked by the fact that the checkpoint failed on such a run – the repair cost almost 20,000 rubles. And this taking into account the fact that last summer Vesta gave him a surprise after the warranty period – then the clutch and actuator had to be replaced with a “robot”.

Users have once again found a reason to be angry at AvtoVAZ: “Plasticine gears,” “Is this what Vesta’s milk teeth fall out?”, “You can’t take Lada and don’t expect breakdowns,” they write on the network. And they note that even if the owner’s guarantee didn’t end, the dealership would probably have refused a free repair: when diagnosing the box, they can conclude that the differential gears were destroyed due to a violation of the Vesta operating rules: a sharp start with places and turns with slipping of the front wheels at maximum engine speeds.

However, motorists came to the conclusion that the problem is not only with LADA Vesta, but with the global automotive industry of our time as a whole – there is a degradation. Drivers say that the “teeth” break off on the Volvo with “six-step mechanics”, and the turbines break on the Audi for 8000 km. That’s why the “secondary” with second-hand foreign cars is still relevant – such new runs will never stand again.