Lada Nadezhda

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Lada Nadezhda
LADA 2120M.jpg
ManufacturerMotorica & Super-Avto
Also calledVAZ 2120
Model years1999–2006
AssemblyRussia: Togliatti
Body and chassis
Body style5-door minivan
LayoutFront engine, four-wheel drive
RelatedLada Niva
Engine1.7 L and 1.8 L 79 hp (59 kW) I4
Transmission5-speed manual
Wheelbase2,700 mm (106.3 in)
Length4,290 mm (168.9 in)
Width1,770 mm (69.7 in)
Height1,690 mm (66.5 in)
Curb weight1,400 kg (3,086.5 lb)
SuccessorLada Largus

The Lada Nadezhda or VAZ-2120 "Nadezhda" ("Hope", also a Slavic female name) is a seven-person four-wheel-drive minivan, produced by the Russian automaker AvtoVAZ in 1998-2006.

The VAZ-2120 was the first minivan produced by the Russian auto industry and was based on the VAZ-2131 Niva line of sport utility vehicles. Built in small numbers, it was not met with commercial success and the production dropped down to 1,500 units before it was cancelled in 2006 due to low demand in the Russian market.[1]

The companies Motorica and Super-Avto, two AvtoVAZ subsidiaries located in Tolyatti, produce the Nadezhda on demand.[2]


VAZ 2120 rear


  • VAZ-2120 1.8, with carburetor engine VAZ-2130 (1.8 liter, 80 hp),
  • VAZ-2120 1.7i, VAZ-21214 engine with fuel injection (1.7 liters, 84 hp),
  • VAZ-2120M (Lada 2120 1.7i), VAZ-21214 engine with fuel injection (1.7 liters, 84 hp).


  • "Van" ("Utiliter") - commercial retail delivery van
  • "Pick-up" - commercial retail delivery truck
  • "Service" - mobile workshop
  • "Manager" - "office on wheels"
  • "Taxi" - 4-seater with a large luggage compartment
  • 2120M 4 × 2 - restyled rear-drive version with the rear axle derived from the Izh Oda and a turning rear side door


  1. ^ "Press release about cancellation of the line" (in Russian). 21 November 2005. Archived from the original on April 8, 2007.
  2. ^

External links[edit]

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