UAZ Simbir

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Uaz Simbir of the Jílové u Prahy Police

The Uaz Simbir (Russian:Симбир for Leopard), UAZ automotive number 3162, is a model of off-road vehicle produced at the Russian Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant in 2000-2005. This car is a completely new model in relation to the UAZ-469 and modifications based on it. Is essentially a modification of the extended UAZ-3160. On August 5, 1997 the first prototype of the UAZ-3160 rolled off the assembly line. April 27, 2000 saw the first production sample UAZ-3162 "Simbir" featuring a long wheelbase and new Spicer axles from the UAZ-3160.

In 2003 the car was awarded zero stars out of a possible four by the Russian ARCAP safety assessment program.[1]

The Simbir-based UAZ-2360 pickup truck was produced in small numbers in 2004-2005.[2] The payload was approximately 1000 kg.

The Simbir was in production until 2004.

Description[edit]

  • Body Type: 5 door wagon (4-5 seats.)
  • Layout: permanent all-wheel drive
  • Configuration: 4 × 4
  • Engine:ЗМЗ (ZMZ)-409.10 gasoline
  • Mass and dimensions
  • Length: 4630 mm
  • Width: 2020 mm
  • Height: 1950 mm
  • Ground clearance: 210 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2760 mm
  • Rear track: 1445 mm
  • Front track: 1445 mm
  • Weight: 2040 kg
  • Load capacity: 800 kg
  • Fuel consumption: 10.4 at 90 km / h
  • Tank capacity: 2h43, 5 l

References[edit]

  1. ^ "УАЗ Симбир". Авторевю. Retrieved 1 June 2017. 
  2. ^ UAZ-2360