Introduced in 1997, the Lada 2111, also known as the Lada 110 Estate, is a compact station wagon developed by the Russian automaker AvtoVAZ. As the wagon version of the Lada 110 series, it represents the automaker's continuous commitment to provide practical, affordable, and dependable vehicles.
The Lada 2111 was available with a variety of four-cylinder petrol engines, similar to its sedan counterpart, the 2110. The engines ranged from 1.5-liter to 1.6-liter units, delivering outputs from 71 horsepower to 82 horsepower. These were mated with a five-speed manual transmission, offering reliable performance and affordable maintenance.
The Lada 2111 station wagon was designed with functionality and practicality in mind. Its extended roofline provided increased cargo space, making it an ideal choice for families or businesses requiring additional load capacity. Despite its utilitarian nature, the 2111 maintained the improved build quality and modern design language introduced with the 2110.
In terms of specifications, the Lada 2111 offered many of the features found in the 2110, such as power steering, a tachometer, and central locking. Read more
The Lada 2111 was quite popular in its domestic market, thanks to its affordability, utility, and the familiarity of the Lada brand. It also enjoyed success in export markets, particularly in Eastern Europe.