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Samand Soren

Manufacturer Iran Khodro
Also called IKCO Soren
Production 2007—present
Model years 1386-present (Solar calendar)
Assembly Obchuk, Belarus (Unison)
Tehran, Iran
Tai'an, China (Youngman)
Body and chassis
Class Large family car
Body style 4-door sedan
Layout Front engine, Front-wheel drive
Platform Peugeot 405 Platform
Modified Peugeot 405 Platform for Soren ELX EF7TC
Related Peugeot 405, Peugeot Pars
Engine 1.8 L (XU7JP/L3) I4(100 hp),
1.6 L (TU5JP4) I4 (110 hp),
1.7 L (1648 cc) (EF7 Engine) I4 (113 hp)
1.7 L (1648 cc) (EF7 Engine) I4 (155 hp).
Transmission 5-speed MT
Wheelbase 2,671 mm (105.2 in)
Length 4,527 mm (178.2 in)[1]
Width 1,720 mm (68 in) (without mirrors)
Height 1,460 mm (57 in)
Curb weight

1,220 kg (2,690 lb) (For XU7 engine) [2]
1,200 kg (2,600 lb) (For TU5)[3]

1,274 kg (2,809 lb) (For single-fuel EF7 Engine)
Predecessor Samand
Successor Dena

The IKCO Samand Soren is a large family car manufactured by Iran Khodro (IKCO). It is a facelift version of the IKCO Samand, first released in early 2007.[4] It comes with a driver airbag, pretensioner seat-belts, headlight height adjuster, and active antenna. It is named after Surena, an ancient Parthian spahbed (general).

Soren ELX

The Samand Soren ELX is a modified version of the Samand Soren, released in 2008. It has a number of new safety options including ESP (as an option) and a front passenger airbag. It also has a new interior design, including a new dashboard and instrument cluster. Its electrical systems are fully digitized.

There are three available engines for the Samand Soren ELX:


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