The long-wheelbase variant of Russia’s iconic off-roader is set to be retired before the end of 2021.
It almost seemed as if the rugged Lada Niva 4×4 was set to continue forever.
In production largely unchanged since 1977, the Russian off-roader continues to be popular with buyers who value its bargain-priced, no-nonsense, go-anywhere charm.
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