Adil Shirinov stressed that UAZ understands the “competitive environment in which they are located” and are aware of the inadmissibility of overpricing the price of a new SUV. It is assumed that the difference between the Patriot and the Russian Prado will not exceed eight percent, which means that in current prices the Ulyanovsk novelty would cost from 900 thousand rubles to 1 million 400 thousand rubles. This coincides with the initial plans of UAZ to produce an all-terrain vehicle for 1.5 million rubles.
The UAZ General Director confirmed that the novelty will receive a domestic turbocharged engine, a six-speed transmission, an independent suspension and a new transfer case, without losing in off-road qualities. In addition, Shirinov promised to “work on the bugs” by solving the problem of corrosion resistance of Ulyanovsk machines and the quality of paintwork.