In December it cost 1.7 million rubles
The Iran Khodro Tara sedan, coming to Russia from Iran and considered an analogue of the Lada Vesta, Kia Rio and Hyundai Solaris, has become even more affordable. At the end of December, its price started at 1.7 million rubles, but by February it dropped by more than 100 thousand, now amounting to 1.59 million rubles. Tara sales are carried out by the same dealer from Khimki near Moscow as in December.
Basic equipment includes fabric upholstery, driver and passenger airbags, ABS, ESP, EBD and BAS systems, tire pressure sensors, fog lights, single-zone climate control, cruise control, rear parking sensors , multifunction steering wheel, electric mirrors, electric windows front and rear, central locking with immobilizer, standard multimedia system with LCD display and Bluetooth, as well as a front center armrest.
The car is equipped with a simple 113-horsepower naturally aspirated 1.6-liter Peugeot engine mated to a classic six-speed automatic gearbox.