sales of SAIPA pickup trucks, BAIC will bring 2 new SUVs and what can be done to prevent the wipers from freezing?

2023-12-24 06:03:34

This article will describe perhaps the most notable events in the automotive industry that occurred over the past week. So, first of all, we will talk about two new pickups from SAIPA for the Russian Federation. It also became known about BAIC’s new products for 2024 for the Russian market. And at the end of the article, experts will talk about advice that will prevent your windshield wipers from freezing even at minus 60 degrees.

Sales of pickup trucks from Iranian SAIPA may begin in Russia

Information has emerged about the possible start of sales in Russia of new pickup trucks from the Iranian automaker SAIPA. Export Director Mansur Abtahi spoke about the company’s plans in an interview. In addition to passenger cars, SAIPA intends to export trucks of various payloads, as well as pickup trucks of the SAIPA-151 and SAIPA-251 models to Russia and Belarus. In addition, the Iranian concern plans to start supplying compact cars Kwik, Saina and Shahin. In the future, we will organize a production site, which will reduce prices for Russian buyers. According to the top manager, the Russian car market is extremely important for the company’s export plans.

The supply of equipment will be established in partnership with the Belarusian company Lucky Care. As Abtahi emphasized, SAIPA intends to obtain all permits to launch its cars on the Russian market by the end of 2023. In Russia, pickup trucks are at the peak of demand, so the emergence of a new player in this market may affect the balance of power. Budget Iranian pickups will be a worthy alternative for buyers focused primarily on the price and functionality of the vehicle.

Two new BAIC SUVs will appear in the Russian Federation in 2024

The Chinese automaker BAIC continues to increase its presence in the Russian market. As it became known, in 2024 the company will launch two new off-road models for sale at once. In the first half of the year, sales of the BJ40 mid-size SUV will begin in China, equipped in China with a 163-horsepower diesel engine paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive with locked center differentials is also retained.

Towards the end of 2024, a larger frame SUV BJ60 will debut with the option of installing a diesel or 266-horsepower gasoline engine. Both cars will be assembled in Kaliningrad at the production facilities of the Avtotor joint venture. At the moment, a petrol modification of the BJ40 is already being sold in Russia at a price of 4.4 million rubles. The entry of two new SUVs into the Russian market at once indicates the seriousness of BAIC’s intentions to gain a foothold in this promising segment. BJ40 and BJ60 can become a worthy alternative to Japanese and Korean competitors.

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Experts have found a way to prevent wipers from freezing to the windshield

Russian auto experts have proposed a simple and effective way to avoid the dangerous phenomenon of windshield wiper icing in winter – treating rubber blades with special silicone materials.

In particular, as experts note, regular application of silicone grease or PMS-200 liquid oil to the working edge of windshield wipers reliably prevents them from freezing and sticking to the windshield of a car. It is worth emphasizing that the high-tech oil PMS-200 freezes only at a temperature of minus 60 degrees Celsius. It has excellent dielectric properties and can be used to process various rubber elements in the car.

The use of silicone lubricants is a simple but extremely effective method of combating icing of windshield wipers in harsh winter conditions. This expert recommendation is intended to improve the safety of drivers and passengers on slippery roads (photo: SAIPA; BAIC;

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