The Belarusian importer Lada offers a batch of pre-styling station wagons Lada Vesta SW and SW Cross. It is stated that the cars have rich equipment, which provides “the maximum possible package of safety and on-board equipment for these models, including the latest multimedia, comfort options and electronic assistants.”
For an ordinary Vesta, a local company asks for 1,199,000 rubles, which is 14.9 thousand rubles less than a similar station wagon in the basic Classic package costs in Russia.
Belarusians estimated the car in the SW Cross version at 1,390,000 rubles, while in the Russian Federation prices start at 1,328,900 rubles.
When buying, you can pay in Russian rubles. The company also promises to prepare the documents necessary to register the car in the Russian Federation.
In addition, the importer promises to keep the guarantee. “Cars purchased in Belarus are accepted without restrictions for warranty service by Lada dealers at the place of residence of the owner,” the press release says. The company also guarantees the availability of original spare parts.
However, the Russian representative office of AvtoVAZ stated that the warranty on imported cars may not be valid. Now “the company understands the situation and cannot yet confirm the guarantee for these vehicles in Russia.”
“If the cars were officially delivered to the importer in Belarus, then the guarantee for them is valid only on the territory of Belarus,” the press service told motor.ru.