LiAZ-677

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Model LiAZ-677
Seating 25 seats/ 110total
Net-weight, kg [lb] 7,818 [17,200]
Full load weight, kg [lb] 15,500 [34,100]
Load weight, kg [lb] -
Total trailer weight, kg [lb] -
Length, mm [in.] 10,450 [411]
Width, mm [in.] 2,500 [98]
Height, mm [in.] 2,974 [117]
Base, mm [in.] 5,150 [203]
Minimal clearance, mm [in.] 210 [8.27]
Minimal radius of turn, m [yards] 22 [24]
Maximum speed, km/h [mi/h] 70 [43.5]
Maximum horsepower, hp [kW] 180 [134] @3,200 rpm
Maximum torque, Nm [lbft] 42 [272] @ 1,800 rpm
Engine displacement, liters [cc] 7.0 [6,962]
Compression ratio 6.5:1
Gear ratios 2 step automatic gearbox
Main gear ratio -
Mileage, liters/100km [mi/gal] 45 [5.2]
Acceleration time from 0-100 km/h [62 mi/h], seconds -
Breaking distance, m [yards] 36.6 [40] (from 60 km/h [37 mph])
Fuel tank capacity, liters [gal] 300 [79] (A-76 or Ai-93)
Years of production 1967-?
Type of engine ZIL-375Ya7, V8, carb., 4-tact, ohv
Bore/Stroke, mm [in.] 108 [4.25]/ 95 [3.74]
Wheel formula 4 X 2
Pictures 19 KB (color, front view [41])

74 KB (color, side view, drawing [106])

113 KB (b/w, front view, 2 buses [3])

38 KB (b/w, front view [16])

54 KB (b/w, front view, TV station bus [16])

This was perhaps the most abundant bus in the USSR. Still, its absolutely common to see it on Russian streets today. It is clear that this is strictly a city bus because it has approach angle of 9 deg. and departure angle of 12 deg., although fairly often I took this bus even outside the city. It has the same engine as Ural-375D. This bus is very similar to KAvZ-3100 in its appearnce and some of the mechanisms.

 

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