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Uzbek UzAuto will begin to collect Turkish armored vehicles Ejder Yalçın

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The Turkish news agency Anadolu reports on the deepening of military-technical cooperation between Ankara and Tashkent. It became known that the Uzbek company UzAuto has signed a memorandum of understanding with one of the largest Turkish manufacturers of armored vehicles NMS (Nurol Makina ve Sanayi). This memorandum provides for the production of up to a thousand tactical armored vehicles Ejder Yalçın 4x4 (Eider Yalchin) per year at the facilities of the Uzbek automobile plant.


It was noted that 24 armored vehicles should remain in Uzbekistan, the main part will be sent to the customer in Turkey. It is added that also some volumes of armored vehicles produced can be sold to third countries.

In Turkey, it is stated that Ejder Yalçın are able to compete with Russian and Chinese counterparts. It is added that these Turkish armored vehicles "do not have foreign analogues in terms of protection in their class."

Uzbek UzAuto will begin to collect Turkish armored vehicles Ejder Yalçın


The armored vehicle has a mass (in the basic version) up to 14 t with a load capacity of about 4 t. The maximum developed speed (along the highway) is 120 km / h. Engine power - 375 HP The volume of tanks is enough to overcome the distance to 700 km. At the same time, there are many modifications of the Ejder Yalçın: it is a communication vehicle, a fire support vehicle, a conventional vehicle with a high level of protection,

Armored vehicles Ejder Yalçın are actively used by Turkish law enforcement forces. The production of such equipment in Turkey itself has been going on since 2014.
Photos used:
http://ejderyalcin.com
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  1. the most important
    the most important 27 October 2017 16: 12
    +4
    Wow !!!! Well, just a dream for metal hunters !!!!
    1. Alexander 3
      Alexander 3 27 October 2017 16: 26
      12
      Well, why blame them immediately. On these machines they are fighting, if something was wrong they would not have made this machine for their military.
    2. Berber
      Berber 27 October 2017 16: 27
      +3
      Of course, armored cars are not a god knows what technology, but the fact is unpleasant. The Turks beat wedges in Central Asia.
    3. xetai9977
      xetai9977 27 October 2017 18: 09
      +4
      From defection, the products of the Turkish defense industry will not get worse. Turkey has been fighting for a year and all their products are repeatedly tested by real hostilities.
      1. Nikolai Grek
        Nikolai Grek 28 October 2017 02: 38
        +5
        Quote: xetai9977
        Turkey has been fighting for a year and all their products are repeatedly tested by real hostilities.

        what what what where and with whom ??? what what what
        1. kalabaha
          kalabaha 28 October 2017 12: 34
          +2
          With Kurds and Wahhabis in the south and southeast.
          Both on its territory - and in Iraq. Read the news more often.
          1. Nikolai Grek
            Nikolai Grek 28 October 2017 15: 46
            +5
            Quote: kalabaha
            With Kurds and Wahhabis in the south and southeast.
            Both on its territory - and in Iraq. Read the news more often.

            Come on, let's read our news !!! otherwise it’s usually heard that they are hammering the Turks, as they really begin to start something similar to military action !!! wassat wassat lol lol
            1. kalabaha
              kalabaha 28 October 2017 20: 11
              0
              Will you make Turkish move?
              No?
              Well then you go to YouTube and type idlib turkish army in search.
              Or did you naively believe that the konashenok is sitting on the Syrian general staff who will tell in English or Russian how they gouged another stronghold of the PKK or Wahhabis ...
              1. Nikolai Grek
                Nikolai Grek 28 October 2017 20: 43
                +6
                Quote: kalabaha
                Will you make Turkish move?

                except Turkey, their "victory" no one covers ??? wassat wassat wassat
                Quote: kalabaha
                that in the Syrian general staff sits his own konashenok who in English or Russian will tell how they gouged

                why is it the Syrian general staff should cover the Turkish "victories" in English and Russian, and the Turks will not deign to convey to the world their "exploits" in a language accessible to the world ??? winked winked winked
  2. Pirogov
    Pirogov 27 October 2017 16: 29
    +1
    Turks found cheap labor. It looks like a nice car, but the fact that it is not directly inferior to its Russian counterparts is hard to believe, I have not heard that it was their turn.
    1. ukoft
      ukoft 27 October 2017 19: 27
      +2
      Russian counterparts are far behind in this direction. Turks sell their wheeled vehicles a lot.
      Russia tigers sold to whom? or wolves or bears? here the Turks will be stronger
  3. Wolka
    Wolka 27 October 2017 16: 32
    +2
    so, so, so, this is already interesting, I want a couple of copy machines for comparative tests with our analogues ...
    1. san4es
      san4es 27 October 2017 17: 09
      +7
      Quote: Volka
      ... a pair of copy machines for comparative tests with our analogues ...

      ... so far only vidos recourse (and then in Turkish)
      1. thinker
        thinker 27 October 2017 18: 08
        +2
        About Ejder Yalçin 4x4 there is an article on VO
        https://topwar.ru/66704-tureckiy-bronirovannyy-av
        tomobil-ejder-yalcin.html
        I wonder what Rogozin can offer.
        On October 27, 2017, a delegation of the Russian Federation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin arrived in Tashkent on a working visit, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan reports.
  4. The leader of the Redskins
    The leader of the Redskins 27 October 2017 16: 36
    +2
    Well, damn it, all modern armored cars "on one face" (pah-hood!) Have become similar to me. all kinds of cougars, spartans ...
  5. MIKHA-M
    MIKHA-M 27 October 2017 16: 37
    +6
    In general, the Uzbeks are good fellows, yet there are no jobs. But you need to keep an eye on the Turks!
    1. Dedall
      Dedall 27 October 2017 21: 42
      +3
      Of course well done. After all, contracts provide for the production of a full cycle of production. They have everything they need. I remember how in our city of Chirchik, next to a part, there was a carbide plant that made overlays for cutters and even tungsten-molybdenum cores for SP-5 cartridges. And armor rental will most likely be done in the city of Bekabad, where they have a steel mill with a rolling mill. A. engines and assembly will most likely be in Tashkent, where a huge engine-building plant was built there on the outskirts back in the days of the Soviet Union. Those who flew to Afghanistan from the Tuzel airfield should remember its corps on the banks of the Chirchik River.
      As for the proximity of the authorities of Uzbekistan and Turkey, the Uzbeks who work in Moscow told me that migrant workers from Tashkent, Ferghana, and Andijan regions, or vilayets, as they are now called, go to Turkey. And in Moscow, hard workers hang around from distant - Kashkadarya and Surkhandarya. In short, the more they earn in Turkey.
      1. garnik
        garnik 28 October 2017 15: 04
        +1
        Off topic. Inspired by youth.

        Chirchik - the place of passage of service 84-86g. tank repair plant. Sometimes it seemed like a Russian city. there were the Tank School, the training of the airborne battalion, the airborne regiment, the regiment of civil defense and of course the guardhouse after which you walk "chest wheel" and you are respected and molested even more.
        Yeah, the first sign of aging is memories
  6. marshes
    marshes 27 October 2017 17: 03
    +4
    The memorandum of understanding is not the beginning of the assembly, I remember the Turks and I signed the same memoranda, except for Aselsan it didn’t go further.
    I had to cooperate with the South African.
    1. MIKHA-M
      MIKHA-M 27 October 2017 22: 01
      +1
      Quote: marshes
      The memorandum of understanding is not the beginning of the assembly, I remember the Turks and I signed the same memoranda, except for Aselsan it didn’t go further.
      I had to cooperate with the South African.

      Envy the Marshes ...? Here is your whole essence ...
      All of you "ex" are cooperating with just about anyone ... But in Russia they are pressing for protection .. heh heh ..
      1. Kasym
        Kasym 28 October 2017 23: 17
        +4
        Why envy something? Meehan, Bolot writes for the assembly from South Africa. Moreover, it is already operational, and moreover, there are options with ... KAMAZ filling (engine, hodovka), and moreover with Russian modules. With that Baikal (57mm), to which you have not yet found application. The Turks have no such weapons. Options 4 * 4, 6 * 6,8 * 8. Moreover, South Africa did not do 8 * 8 before, this is already development with our money done.
        On the contrary, I am only glad for the strengthening of the armed forces of Uzbekistan. Recently, information was received about Tashkent’s intention to buy large amounts: Su-30SM, turntables, air defense, BTT, etc. If all of this at a time, then these are very large costs for them. I personally have not heard anything for the repair and modernization of the weapons of Uzbekistan for all the time at the military. But recently, an agreement on mutual cooperation between Uzbekistan and us through the military-industrial complex was signed. What is Kazakhstan interesting for Tashkent in this matter? We have repair facilities for BTT and turntables (Mi-8), assembly of KAMAZs for the military, optics (including sights and nightlights), armored personnel carriers of the South African Republic, the construction of a factory for cartridges is underway - most likely this is what interests them. The new president’s attention to the army of Uzbekistan only pleases: the problem of Afghanistan is the main one for the region in military-political. plan. The faster Tashkent "gets to its feet," the richer and more stable the region will become. There will be less labor migration.
        Mikhan, do you know why the equipment for the BTT repair plant was bought in Ukraine, the repair of Su was made in Belarus, the MiG-29 in Odessa? Why is the agreement on the modernization of our T-72 to the level of T-90 not confirmed by real deeds? Why did satellites and transporters buy foreign ones? Why did the original Baiterek project fail? So what are you blaming us for if you yourself do not want to "cooperate" with the military-industrial complex? This year we signed a memorandum on the MiG rembase in the Republic of Kazakhstan - let's see if it can grow together.
        BTW. The information of three days ago did not pass here. Kazakhstan signed a MEMORANDUM with the company Mil for the production of Mi-8AMT (I do not remember the modernization index) and Mi-171. Ready already this year to deliver three machine kits for Mi-8 to our 405 plant. But we asked for a long time: there is a rembase, orders from all over the region - so why not assemble if there are personnel and a plant? After all, you have a turn for this helicopter - do we have opportunities ?! And Mi really wants to, but your bureaucrats are ready to wipe one place with this memorandum. It is planned to assemble up to 10 cars a year - not so much, but for the size of Kazakhstan, what is needed. And you forced us to collect Eurocopters, they built a whole plant in Astana - not to immediately "cooperate", so as not to let foreigners into the market. Grasped for Zenit now that Kiev has rolled off. But you have been offered it for a long time. Even Kiev would not have been needed for nothing. And now I had to “Bayterek” to reanimate, but instead of the Angara, the Zenith was redone to create.
        So where is this "YOUR ESSENCE", dear ???? hi
        Probably, we must first understand the issue. What do you think?
        1. Talgat
          Talgat 29 October 2017 20: 37
          +1
          I fully support your post Kasym!

          Dear Micah-M, I usually support your posts too - we are essentially like-minded

          BUT on this topic I ask you to listen to us
  7. Mikhail Zubkov
    Mikhail Zubkov 27 October 2017 17: 18
    +3
    Quote: marshes
    The memorandum of understanding is not the beginning of the assembly, I remember the Turks and I signed the same memoranda, except for Aselsan it didn’t go further.
    I had to cooperate with the South African.

    In principle, it’s interesting - these broniks are probably better adapted to the thin and hot East than our marsh wagons. It may well look for us for the Syrian theater, so it’s better not to go straight into the bottle, but to delve into the design and production technology and logistics, prices and other realities of possible sales, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE TIME FACTOR AND MILITARY FEATURES OF DIFFERENT TVDs.
    1. marshes
      marshes 27 October 2017 17: 34
      +1
      Quote: Mikhail Zubkov
      In principle, it’s interesting - these broniks are probably better adapted to the thin and hot East than our marsh wagons.

      Now cars are made universal with small additions such as a Conder or pre-heating fuel. No one is on the same market, the region is sharpened.
  8. UZBEK TASHKENT
    UZBEK TASHKENT 27 October 2017 17: 50
    0
    Rogozin today in Tashkent, let's collect the Tigers!
    1. IL-18
      IL-18 27 October 2017 21: 51
      +2
      And what is "ravon" from Uzbekistan to Russia being sold, such as is no longer considered? By the way, I especially go to the market to buy T-shirts from the Uzbeks, when necessary, well done, good cotton.
  9. Bert
    Bert 27 October 2017 17: 56
    +1
    Quote: BerBer
    Of course, armored cars are not a god knows what technology, but the fact is unpleasant. The Turks beat wedges in Central Asia.

    So we are on it ... So the factory built during the USSR came in handy. Who is our friend left? They would have climbed into Uzbekistan for a long time if there had been no breeder, the ruins from him, like from most of ours.
  10. Großer feldherr
    Großer feldherr 27 October 2017 19: 11
    0
    these Turkish armored vehicles "have no foreign analogues in terms of protection in their class."

    Who would doubt that a pirated copy of South African MRAP has no analogues in the world))
  11. APASUS
    APASUS 27 October 2017 20: 29
    0
    As far as I understand the whole situation inside the country, such cars are not needed in such numbers. There are border conflicts, there are features of the Islamist invasion, but .... this is a state of special sense. There is no "Islamic Uzbekistan" in it.
    Moreover, the rigor of the system is always compensated by internal trends, although its financing is quite strictly limited in this country.
  12. gukoyan
    gukoyan 30 October 2017 12: 49
    +1
    Brutally looks.
    And the indicators are impressive ... But still GAZ-Tiger is the best.