The timeless and iconic Wartburg Commercial Pick-up 1985 is an example of rugged, reliable automotive engineering, and a testament to the spirit of innovation and progress upon which it was built. The timeless design of this vehicle is highlighted by the bold, flat-sided body, the wide flat-bottomed bumper, and the chrome-laden grille, giving it undeniable visual impact. Powering the Wartburg is a 2.3-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine, the same motor that powers the passenger-version of the Wartburg, but with a slightly lower power output due to a thinner block and fewer valves. This engine is mated to a four-speed manual transmission, with a fourth-gear slippage reduction system, resulting in smooth, easy shifting. This drives the front wheels via an independent suspension system, which optimizes the driving experience, ensuring comfortable cruising even on the toughest terrain. The interior of the Wartburg Commercial Pick-up 1985 features wide, supportive seats that provide a comfortable driving position, with numerous storage compartments throughout the cabin. The dashboard is classic in appearance, with three large, round dials providing essential information. For further safety, anti-lock brakes (ABS) and a rear-view camera are optional. The whole vehicle weighs in at a hefty 2,310kg, making it a relatively heavy performer. But, in spite of the weight, the Wartburg Commercial Pick-up 1985 remains an excellent choice for anyone looking for an old-school pickup with plenty of guts and style.
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