UAZ-452

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UAZ-452 of the Soviet Army Road Police.

UAZ-452 (УАЗ-452) (nicknamed Буханка (Bukhanka or Bread loaf), Таблетка (Tabletka or Pill) or Golovastik (Tadpole))UAZ-452 dimensions Wheelbase 2300 mm Lenght 4360 mm Width 1940 mm Height 2090 mm Curb weight 1,760 kg Ground clearance 220 mm Max.speed 95 km/h UAZ-452 is a family of off-road vans produced at the Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant since 1965. The design of it's predecessor model UAZ-450 [produced in 1958-1966] was copied without a license from the contemporary Jeep Forward Control produced by Willys.

In the late 1970s, new rear lights, got rectangular shape (the former were smaller and had a round shape).

In 1985 this car has upgraded and was divided into separate models: 39625, 3962, 3303, 3909 and 2206. Was introduced in lighting fixtures that meets modern international requirements, there were alarms, a new instrument panel, a new speedometer. Redesigned brakes. The engine has also been upgraded, and its capacity increased to 99 hp against the previous 78 hp.

In the early years of 2000h, new plastic side mirrors, taken from the van GAZelle , headrests on the front seats, with a minibus version (2206), new passenger seats with headrests. At pickup truck (version 3303) appeared metal body instead of a wooden.

old side mirror (pre 2000s)
new side mirror (post 2000s)

In subsequent years, the engine upgrade to the current environmental requirements and appeared injury-plastic steering wheel.

In March 2011, this vehicle has upgraded on specific models: 39625, 3962 and 2206. Added were ABS brakes, power steering, seat belts and Euro-4 engine as standard.

Design[edit]

UAZ-452 left front
UAZ-452 rear
UAZ-452 right side

Because of the external similarities with a loaf of bread, the van became known as Буханка (bukhanka, loaf) or Таблетка (tabletka, pill) in Russian. The car is produced in several modifications, with the main difference being the body type (e.g. UAZ-3741 van {known as bukhanka} or and UAZ-3303 pickup truck {known as golovastik, tadpole}). The body of the van is normally equipped with two front doors, a single-wing door on the right side and a double-wing door in the rear, although the exact configuration can vary depending on the specific modification. Notable in the van are the fuel ports on the left and the right side of the van, leading to two separate fuel tanks.[1]

The engine, placed between the left hand driver and the front-seat passenger, was the same 75 hp (56 kW; 76 PS) 2,445 cc (149.2 cu in) UMZ 452MI inline four as the UAZ-469, and was able to run on gasoline of as low as 72 octane (76 was preferred).[2]

History[edit]

The UAZ-452 is a 4×4 off-road heir to the earlier 4×2 UAZ-451. Serial production of the UAZ-452 started in 1965.[citation needed]

Models[edit]

UAZ-452 variants:

List of current UAZ-452 models:[4]

Specifications[edit]

UAZ-3303UAZ-3741UAZ-2206UAZ-3962UAZ-3909UAZ-39094
Number of seats228-11875
Number of doors244443
Length, mm (ft)447444404440444044404847
Width, mm (ft)210021002100210021002100
Height, mm (ft)235521012101210121012355
Wheelbase, mm (ft)255023002300230023002550
Clearance, mm (ft)220220220220220220
Fording depth, mm (ft)500500500500500500
Curb weight, kg184518051940180519051995
Gross weight, kg307027302790273028303070
Payload, kg12259258509259251075
Fuelpetrol (gas)petrol (gas)petrol (gas)petrol (gas)petrol (gas)petrol (gas)
Seating capacity in liters.2,72,72,72,72,72,7
Maximum power, hp (kW)112 (82.5) at 4000 rev / min112 (82.5) at 4000 rev / min112 (82.5) at 4000 rev / min112 (82.5) at 4000 rev / min112 (82.5) at 4000 rev / min112 (82.5) at 4000 rev / min
Maximum torque, Nm208 at 3000 rev / min208 at 3000 rev / min208 at 3000 rev / min208 at 3000 rev / min208 at 3000 rev / min208 at 3000 rev / min
Maximum speed, km / h (m/h)115127127127127127
Fuel consumption at 90 km / h, l / 100 km15,413,513,513,513,517
Capacity fuel tanks, l507777777750
GearboxManual, 5-speedManual, 5-speedManual, 5-speedManual, 5-speedManual, 5-speedManual, 5-speed
Transfer case2-speed2-speed2-speed2-speed2-speed2-speed
Brakesdual circuit, vacuum booster, drumdual circuit, vacuum booster, drumdual circuit, vacuum booster, drumdual circuit, vacuum booster, drumdual circuit, vacuum booster, drumdual circuit, vacuum booster, drum
Tyres225 / 75 R 16225 / 75 R 16225 / 75 R 16225 / 75 R 16225 / 75 R 16225 / 75 R 16

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

This article has been brought over from the Russian Wikipedia article.

  1. ^ http://uaz.rustina.cz/LITERATURA/KATALOG_NAHRADNICH_DILU_3741.pdf Parts Catalogue p. 53
  2. ^ Thompson, Andy. Cars of the Soviet Union (Haynes Publishing, Somerset, UK, 2008), p.178.
  3. ^ Де Агостини Автолегенды СССР [1] (Avtolegendy USSR). УАЗ-452 Moscow ISSN 2071-095X
  4. ^ http://www.uaz.ru/models/sm/

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