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Lada SamaraFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaLada SamaraManufacturer LadaAlso called Lada Forma (Sedan)Lada Sagona (Sedan)Lada SputnikLada Samara 2VAZ 2108/2109/21099VAZ 2113/2114/2115Bognor Sagona (ROU)Production 2108: 1984--20032109: 1987--200421099: 1990--20042115: 1997--present2114: 2001--present2113: 2005--presentAssembly Togliattigrad, RussiaUusikaupunki, FinlandUst-Kamenogorsk, KazakhstanZaporizhia, Ukraine (AvtoZAZ)Montevideo, UruguayClass Economy carBody style 4-door sedan5-door hatchback3-door hatchbackLayout FF layoutWheelbase 2,460 mm (96.9 in)Length 4,005 mm (157.7 in)Width 1,650 mm (65.0 in)Height 1,335 mm (52.6 in)The Lada Samara is an economy car produced by Soviet/Russian vehicle manufacturer AvtoVAZ under the Lada brand since 1984. The brand name Samara originally was used only for exported models, in Russia the same model was called "Sputnik" (satellite), until 1991, when the sedan version of Samara entered in production, using the export name.ContentsVAZ 2108 Samara (3-door)The Samara was to build on the success of the traditional Fiat 124-based range, by providing a car that combined a robust build and ease of maintenance with a modern style. It was produced in various three, four and five door designs with 1.1, 1.3 and 1.5 litre petrol engines. Lada had hoped that the Samara would enable it to compete for sales in the mainstream European car market. It was the second autonomous design from AvtoVAZ (the first was the Niva SUV), and the first one not based on the Fiat derived mechanics.DevelopmentVAZ had made their first front-wheel drive prototype, the VAZ 1101, in the early 1970s. The engine from the Fiat 127 was used. Further development of this project led to the 900 cc "Ladoga" three-door prototype in 1976. On 31 December 1979 the first VAZ 2108 prototype was completed. During VAZ 2108 development, VAZ engineers also looked closely at a range of European competitors like the Volkswagen Golf, Opel Kadett D, Ford Escort Mark III, and Renault 9. While named "Sputnik" at home, it was more commonly known as the "Eight" after the last digit in the model code. The export version was named after the Samara River, a tributary to the Volga. The first cars left the production line on 18 December 1984.VAZ 21099 4-dr saloon, rear viewVAZ 21099Despite NAMI (National Automobile Institute) having allowed the involvement of Porsche engineers in the engine development, the Samara never achieved the same success as the Riva, even though it did prove to be a robust car with a modern style and an initially competitive price. Even so, it suffered from variable and often doubtful build quality and some of the uglier handling qualities that had always been associated with Lada. The car's molded plastic front grille was also a point of contention, as it was often seen to be ugly and cheap-looking; many were replaced with after-market grilles, even by Lada dealers themselves before the cars were sold.Special modelsIn very small numbers, a rotary-engined (VAZ-415, 2 x 654 cc) Samara was sold in Russia only. Due to severe reliability problems, this remained rare, most commonly bought by police and other agencies to use as a pursuit vehicle. There were also a rear-engined Samara 4x4 rally car (1985), and the 1987 mid-engined Samara-EVA with a turbocharged 16-valve 1860 cc engine (300 hp). An even more powerful Samara S-Proto appeared two years later (350 hp). Most notably, the Samara T3 came seventh in the 1990 Paris-Dakar Rally and fifth in 1991, piloted by none other than Jacky Ickx. The T3, however, didn't contain many Samara parts, using the Porsche 959's four-wheel drive system and a 3.6-litre Porsche flat-six. It was developed by French concessionaire Lada-Poch together with NAMI and the Tupolev aerospace company.

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