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GAZ » Gazon-Next

In 2014, GAZ plant in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, started production of a new generation of medium-duty trucks, which are called Gazon-Next. Now it's not just a one model, but it is a whole family, consisting of three vehicles: urban, multipurpose and offroad. Multipurpose version is the most similar to an old GAZ-3307: big wheels, a huge ride height and, of course, a great offroad capability, but it has large loading height. Urban version is equipped with smaller-diameter wheels and has lower loading height. Offroad version received its own name Sadko-Next after his predcessor an all-wheel drive GAZ-33081 "Sadko".

Each version can be with short or long wheelbase, with a standard 3-place or twin-row 7-seater cabin. The cabin was taken from the new light duty truck Gazelle-Next extended with the original plastic hood. The bumpers are made of steel.

Of course, the new cab is much more convenient comparing to the previous one. No bare metal, but there are plenty of shelves and cupholders, plus added a second passenger seat. A driver will appreciate the convenience of enter: GAZon-Next has a larger door and 10 cm lower steps. The new truck can be used now for high distance job: the twin-row cabin has a folding rear sofa option which turns to really comfortable and spacious bed. Another interesting option for twin-row cab is auxiliary heater.

Capacity of the new trucks was increased to 5 tonness (by 500 kg). Warranty became longer - 2 years or 100,000 km, service intervals - up to 15,000 km. A lot of foreign components are used on GAZon-Next. Steering and clutch - ZF, shock absorbers - Tenneco, brake components - Wabco, adjustable steering column - CSA Castellon, seat belts - Takata, air condition system - Delphi, the driver's seat - Isringhausen. A gearbox has imported oil seals, bearings and synchronizers. But the engine is domestic - a new 149 hp turbodiesel JAMZ-534. Chinese made 152 hp Cummins diesel is also available.


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