TOP 3 cars that we would like to see again in Russia

Or maybe they will come back?

As it happens, car manufacturers are forced to remove some of their models from Russian car dealerships because they either can not stand the competition, or simply do not “go” to domestic motorists. However, there are cars that unfairly left our market, and which we would like to see again in Russia. The experts of the Versia.Info news agency compiled the TOP-3 of such cars.

In first place was Haval H6 Coupe – Coupe-shaped crossover from the Middle Kingdom. The car was not very popular, as the Russians preferred the more modest Haval H6, which is still being sold. However, it was the cross-coupe that could boast of a more stylish body and an increased wheelbase.

Under the hood of the “Chinese” was a 2.0-liter 190-horsepower turbocharged engine, combined with a 6-band “automatic”. The power of the Haval H6 Coupe motor is much greater than that of the same competitor in the person of Renault Arkana, therefore, most likely, the Chinese cross-coupe could “knock out” the “Frenchman” if he returned to Russia.

The second place in the rating of cars that have sunk into oblivion takes Nissan juke – A crossover with a very controversial design. And although not everyone looks like him, there is a certain number of fans of this model.

“Beetle” was offered to Russians with a 1.6-liter engine, issuing 94, 117, 190 and 214 horsepower. A couple of the engine was “mechanics” or a variator, and all-wheel drive was available as an option for top-end trim levels.

Closes the TOP-3 car that we would like to see again in Russia, Ford focus. The American, like all Ford passenger cars, left the Russian market in 2019. It is worth noting that not so long ago, Focus was the main foreign car on the domestic market, but at some point something went wrong.

Ford Focus was offered in Russia with two gasoline power units: a 1.5-liter 150-horsepower, as well as a 1.6-liter power of 105 and 125 horsepower. Paired with the motor worked “mechanics”, “robot” or “automatic”.


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