Nakhchivan Automobile Plant

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Nakhchivan Automobile Plant
Native name
Naxçıvan Avtomobil Zavodu
Public Company
Productsautomobiles, motorcycles
ParentCahan Holding

Nakhchivan Automobile Plant (Azerbaijani: Naxçıvan Avtomobil Zavodu), better known as NAZ, is an automobile manufacturer in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan.


Nakhchivan Automobile Factory was founded in 2006. It was put into operation on January 11, 2010. Baku 2015 European Games signed NAZ as Official Supporter.[1]Since April, 2019 NAZ became part of Cahan Holding.


The total area of the factory is 2.6 ha.


Annual output of the factory is 5000 unit cars. In the first stage 108 unit of passenger cars of 4 different Lifan Group models were assembled and was sold as NAZ-LIFAN brand. These are NAZ-LIFAN 620 (sedan), NAZ-LIFAN 520 (sedan), NAZ-LIFAN 520i (hatchback) and NAZ-LIFAN 320 (hatchback) models. Since 2012, the factory began production of the new SUV-type crossover NAZ-LIFAN X60. NAZ-LIFAN 620 models are already equipped with automatic gearbox. At the end of 2012 for marketing purposes a small batch of commercial vehicles were assembled and put in our showrooms. They are LF5028 model cargo-van and LF1022 model light duty truck with 800 kg carrying capacity, also LF6401 model minibus (1+6 seated). At the end of 2013 year factory will start the production of the new NAZ-LIFAN 720 model, also NAZ-LIFAN 630 and 330 models – the renewed versions of NAZ-LIFAN 620 and 320 models will be presented to the customers. So far, more than 2,000 units of NAZ-LIFAN cars were produced in the factory.



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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-11-17. Retrieved 2015-11-15.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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