As follows from AvtoVAZ’s updated price lists, the initial prices of the simplest Grant Classic’22 (without airbags and with a “stove” instead of air conditioning) remained the same: 678,300 rubles for a sedan and 698,300 rubles for a liftback.
The increase in the recommended prices affected the Classic’22 Air Conditioning package, which is also equipped with a driver’s airbag.
Now sedans in this design cost from 755,900 rubles (+10 thousand rubles), and liftbacks, respectively, from 775,900 rubles.
The most affordable cross-wagon Granta Cross with air conditioning and airbags will cost 835,900 rubles without options.
The sedan in the Comfort’22 Light configuration now costs from 766,900 rubles, in the “full” Comfort’22 – from 780,900 rubles, and in the special version #Club’22 – from 815,900 rubles. A simplified liftback, respectively, is 20 thousand rubles more expensive in any of the versions.
The “sporty” Granta Drive Active managed to rise in price by 5 thousand rubles (up to 809,900 rubles) even in the basic version, and now they are asking for at least 907,900 rubles for the Comfort’22 package.
Despite rising prices, the Granta is by far the most popular new car in Russia, with AvtoVAZ reporting 11,580 cars sold in August. For comparison, in August 2021, just over 5,000 Grants were sold.