The Derways Shuttle is a sport utility vehicle (SUV) manufactured and marketed by the Russian-Chinese car company Derways from December 2005 to 2008.
History of Derways Shuttle
Derways Shuttle is a five-door SUV with a four-wheel-drive frame initially launched in December 2005 by the Russian-Chinese car company Derways. With the help of Chinese entrepreneurs, the Derevy brothers founded Russia's first private automobile company in 2002, Derways. The "313120" and "313121" variants of the Derways Shuttle have different engines and gearboxes, although the same company manufactures them. Modification "Derways 313120" comes with a Mitsubishi 4G64 S4M 2.4L 16-valve gasoline engine with a forced coolant circulation and sophisticated microprocessor control system.
The Derways Shuttle has a spacious interior, and because of its remarkable overall qualities, it can accommodate five passengers comfortably. You can adjust the rear seats for their height and their position concerning their backs. Passengers in the second row cannot see much behind them since their seats are lower than the front ones. Passengers may adjust the slant angle of the steering column Shuttle across a broad range by using the steering column Shuttle. Standard features for the Derways Shuttle include a power steering, central locking with remote control, electric windows and mirrors, air conditioning with electronic control, and a CD player with a sound system. The front suspension system includes an independent torsion bar 4-lever, a lower configuration of torsions, hydraulic telescopic shock absorbers, and a stabilizer bar. The rear suspension system is spring dependent with telescopic shock absorbers and a stabilizer bar.
The Derways Shuttle 2.4 engine delivers 126 hp (94 kW) at 5,250 rpm and 140 lb-ft (190 Nm) at 4,200 rpm of torque. The Derways Shuttle has a top speed of 93 mph (150 kph) and a curb weight of 5,401 lbs (2,450 kg). Derways Shuttle was available with an all-wheel-drive drivetrain and a 5-speed manual transmission powered by a 2.4 I 16V inline-4 engine.
Derways released the Shuttle model in 2005, and they discontinued it three years after, in 2008.