5 reasons to love and hate the Ford C-MAX
Let us leave scholastic debates to specialists about who first decided that minivans can be made on the basis of compact models of the C segment - the French, the…

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Karapet and Mihleon: unknown Soviet experimental cars
If we are not too lazy to rummage in the yellowed Soviet books, magazines, newspapers and penetrate the depths of the archives of the domestic auto industry, we face an…

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Both frame and sport: is it worth buying a Mitsubishi Pajero Sport II
Born as a simpler and cheaper alternative to the flagship Pajero, the SUV on the frame of the L200 pickup even got the same name - Pajero, but with the…

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Almost no crossover: whether to buy Infiniti FX II
For half a million now you can buy a Duster in the maximum configuration or another decently packed compact crossover - but there will be as much sport and aggression…

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Seven places without overpayment: the cheapest seven-seater cars
We recently found out what options there are for those who want to get a seven-seater crossover for minimal money - and even though there is a cheaper option for…

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JAC S4 and S7 crossovers

JAC S7 will start coming to Russia from Kazakhstan, where its assembly is already being established at the enterprise “SaryarkaAvtoProm”, and S4 will be delivered directly from China. This was reported in an exclusive conversation with Kolesa.ru by Yu Yang, Deputy General Director of JAC International. Continue reading

Expensive reliability: whether to buy a Toyota Land Cruiser 200

Owning a Toyota Land Cruiser these days has become a little more controversial than before: some now say, they say, directors of collective farms and honored oilmen go to Kruzak, and people with a delicate sense of beauty should not be drawn to such simplicity. But the fact that Land Cruiser is still a very profitable investment, no one has any doubts. Continue reading

5 reasons to love and hate the Opel Mokka

Attitude to the Opel brand has always been ambiguous. On the one hand, it’s still “German”, and the German car industry should be treated with respect. And on the other – “German”, but not that. Neither the thoroughness of Mercedes, nor the driver’s refinement of a BMW or a Porsche … Again, there are enough evil tongues ready to repeat that “at the end of life, every car turns into an Opel”. And yet people bought them. The start of the Opel Mokka compact crossover was also quite successful … Continue reading

The hype, but not ours? A review of the new Peugeot 208
The information wave, which has risen today in Russia about the future return of Opel, has revived interest in Peugeot products, especially since from now on, it is French technologies…

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Seven places without overpayment: the cheapest seven-seater cars
We recently found out what options there are for those who want to get a seven-seater crossover for minimal money - and even though there is a cheaper option for…

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