The Lada Largus is a successful model commercialized in Russia and other CIS markets. It is derived from the first generation of the Dacia Logan MCV and although it had certain specific details, it already presented a very worn aesthetic. For this reason now the Russian firm presents the new option.
The most important changes are in the front that looks an aesthetic inspired by the Dacia Sandero Second generation although with specific cut bumpers very much in line with the latest from Lada. At the rear the changes are minor but you can not do much without raising costs.
Inside the update affects the dashboard that is now somewhat more attractive, the instrumentation and the multimedia system that has a 7-inch touch screen with many new features in terms of connectivity. Upholstery and soundproofing have also been updated to achieve a more comfortable vehicle.
At the moment the firm has not communicated the range of engines although it will possibly keep the veterans 1.6 MPI of 87 and 106 CV which are already known in gasoline, and possibly also keep the versions adapted to CNG. The new Largus can be ordered in a passenger version with up to seven seats, and in a commercial variant.