An Economic Question: Why are Russians Still Driving Lada? - BORGEN
What do Cuba and the Russian Federation have in common? The greater majority of each nation still drive very old and outdated automobiles. Cuba has long received notoriety for its national pride in the restoration, maintenance and daily usage of classic automobiles originally produced and imported from America. Russia, on the other hand, maintains an attachment to an old fleet of automobiles that are less picturesque and sought after. This brings up the economic question: Why are Russians still driving Lada?