GAZelle with the restyled front end introduced in 2003
|Manufacturer||Gorky Automobile Plant|
|Also called||GAZ Sobol
|Assembly||Nizhny Novgorod, Russia|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Light commercial vehicle|
|Body style||dropside truck
The GAZelle (Russian: ГАЗе́ль) is a series of mid-sized trucks, vans and buses made by Russian car manufacturer GAZ. GAZelles are similar to the later launched GAZ-2215/GAZ-2752 Sobol and GAZ-3310 Valdai line of vans and light trucks[clarification needed]. GAZelle, Sobol, and Valdai account for the majority of the Russian van and light truck market, and rank as GAZ's most popular and successful products.
- GAZ-3302 dropside truck and chassis, rear-wheel drive, regular three-seat cab
- GAZ-33021 dropside truck and chassis, improved, RWD
- GAZ-33023 dropside truck and chassis, all-wheel drive
- GAZ-33027 dropside truck and chassis, six-seat "King Cab" extended cab, RWD
- GAZ-330237 dropside truck and chassis, extended cab, AWD
- GAZ-3221 minibus, 8 seats, RWD
- GAZ-32213 minibus, 13 seats, RWD
- GAZ-322132 minibus, 13 seats (marshrutka, for shuttle services), RWD
- GAZ-2705 cargo van, RWD
- GAZ-27051 ambulance, RWD
- GAZ-27052 Combi cargo van, extended cab, RWD
- GAZ-27057 Combi cargo van, extended cab, AWD
The GAZ Sobol is a lighter duty version of the GAZelle, built on a shorter wheelbase. It was introduced in 1994.
The GAZ Valdai is a heavier duty version of the GAZelle, built on a longer wheelbase. It was introduced in 2003.
- "GAZ Group has started serial production of upgraded GAZelle-Business" (Press release). GAZ Group. 2010-02-25.
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