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1990-1995 Lada Poch Aleko [2141]

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Presentation: Berlin 1990

Total Production: ?

Design: Yuri Tkachenko

Class: Hatchback 5 doors — Origin: RS

Predecessor: Moskvitch 2140 SL

Successor: ?

Other bodystyles: ?

Other models: Moskvich 2141 (version for east bloc)

Similar cars: ?

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Made in: Moscow RS

Informations provided by : JFK



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1990-1995 Lada Poch Aleko [2141]

1990-1995 Lada Poch Aleko [2141]

1990-1995 Lada Poch Aleko [2141]

Technical Data


Petrol
S (VAZ 2106) 72hp / 53kW 5MT Front Wheel Drive 1991-1992
SL by Poch (VAZ 2106) 72hp / 53kW 5MT Front Wheel Drive 1990-1993

Diesel
Diesel (Ford Endura-D) 58hp / 43kW 5MT Front Wheel Drive 1992-1995

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JFK CZ (430)

2016-01-17 21:24

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This car does not have anything in common with Lada apart from engine. On French market it was offered as Aleko (insert trim level here), on German market as Lada Aleko.
By the way, did somebody saw this car in person? I guess it must be super-rare, since there are very few pictures of it.

Desscythe17 NL (8823)

2016-01-17 21:39

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This was also sold in the Netherlands as Aleko 21-something. It's in my 1992 catalogue.
en.wheelsage.org/azlk/2141/ There is a Lada Aleko front picture and an Aleko S (91-92) rear picture, but I don't know if they are what you are looking for.

JFK CZ (430)

2016-01-17 21:54

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Desscythe17 wrote This was also sold in the Netherlands as Aleko 21-something. It's in my 1992 catalogue.
en.wheelsage.org/azlk/2141/ There is a Lada Aleko front picture and an Aleko S (91-92) rear picture, but I don't know if they are what you are looking for.

Nice find Desscythe17! I intentionaly tried to find SL pictures to differ it from standard eastern model, but still. You can add your variant (2141) of the name in secondary model. Soviet cars often used "nonsencial" number naming, but I know that there is system in it, depending on size, body type, engine etc.
EDIT: There it is: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automobile_model_numbering_system_in_the_Soviet_Union_and_Russia

-- Last edit: 2016-01-17 22:13:33

Mark0 RB (1584)

2016-01-17 23:08

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There used to be some Aleko's in Serbia but now they are extinct.

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