Russia’s UAZ Patriot 4×4 Enters U.S. Market As The 2022 Bremach Taos



UAZ has awakened with Bremach Inc. to deliver a few of those rugged Russian off-roaders to the United States.

First to arrive is your UAZ Patriot, which was rebadged as the Bremach Taos. Pre-orders have commenced, with pricing starting at $26,405, excluding destination – nearly $2,000 shy of their 2021 Jeep Wrangler.

Standard gear includes the 18-inch Sahara metal wheels, front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment program, LTE/Wi-Fi modem, front and rear heated seats, heated windshield and side mirrors, refrigerated glovebox and remote engine start.

Described as a “premium 4×4” on Bremach’s website, the Taos is powered by a 2.7-liter four-cylinder gas engine. It produces 150 HP, driving all four wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission with two-speed transport case. A manual gearbox will be available as an alternative. Unlike most high-riders on sale today, this really can be really a body-on-frame SUV, so it should be able to take its occupants away from the beaten path without breaking a sweat.

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Russian UAZ Patriot pictured above

The Taos has an 8.26-inch (210 mm) ground clearance, wading depth of 19.68 inches (500 mm), and approach and departure angles of 35 and 30 degrees respectively. Bremach will also establish several off-road bicycles for the Taos, such as lift kits, snorkels, bull bars, cable winches and so forth.

“Whether accustomed to the security and usefulness of an SUV like the Lexus LX, or even wanting the advanced gearing and 4&occasions;4 ability of a Land Rover for weekend fun, consider the value provided in a standard 2022 Bremach Taos”, Bremach mentioned.

Available only in America through Bremach’s official dealer community, the Taos will be dealt with by a 5-year/60,000-mile (96,561-km) bumper-to-bumper guarantee, while the powertrain will profit by a 10-year/120,000-mile (193,121-km) guarantee.

Bremach Brio pickup truck

Bremach will also establish another vehicle from UAZ’s portfolio, the Patriot pickup truck. Said to be experiencing closing homologation, it’ll be rebadged as the Bremach Brio and is anticipated to start with an MSRP of $27,882, which will actually make it nearly $3,500 more costly compared to 2020 Ford Ranger. For reference, the 2021 Jeep Gladiator has an MSRP of $33,565 and a worker starting cost of $31,529.

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