The 1988 Volga GAZ 24-10 Is a Hilariously Bad Soviet Russian Car

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Doug DeMuro

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The Volga GAZ 24-10 is a Soviet car -- and a poorly built, laughably outdated one. Today I'm reviewing the GAZ 24-10, and I'm going to show you all the quirks and features of a Soviet car that lagged far behind what we had in North America. I'm also going to drive the Volga and show you what it's like on the road.
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1977aligator
1977aligator Pirms 11 Minūtes
stupid boy...
Jakub Doležal
Jakub Doležal Pirms 16 Minūtes
Next time, please - do your homework before reviewing a special car like this one. Your worst review so far.
Tintoycar
Tintoycar Pirms 17 Minūtes
5:59 it's a deer not a reindeer
Tintoycar
Tintoycar Pirms 21 minūtes
A big Lada
Michael Parzer
Michael Parzer Pirms 31 minūtes
great car. grow up and don't be an idiot who compares cars form the 80s in russia to todays standards. WTF if you have any car expertise you know to compare it to cars of the Europe Makes in the late 70ties
Ivan C
Ivan C Pirms 35 Minūtes
13:58 goes to show Doug as an American has no experience with health care. Bro you ever heard of disinfectant? Like this is a basic medical kit with stuff that your insurance would charge you $800 per bottle for. In Soviet Russia it was obviously free
Dana W
Dana W Pirms 38 Minūtes
It would be a lot more interesting if you just told us about the damn thing and showed us the details. The comedy contempt applied with a trowel gets old fast.
Sergey Yun
Sergey Yun Pirms 39 Minūtes
I love this car. So many memories
Ivan C
Ivan C Pirms 42 Minūtes
I had the same cup holders in my Cadillac STS globe box and those were the only ones I had. Even though it had almost all options except the sunroof. Besides doug is trying really hard to make it sound like a trash car even though it’s practically not different from an 80s caprice or models on the same platform. This was never a luxury car. It was a fleet car. Pretty much the equivalent to an impala, caprice or crown vic. It was basic but very well styled (certainly better looking than every other sedan you showed from the late 80s) and it’s not less equipped than a mid 90s Lincoln Towncar i was recently checking out. Which is really sad for the Lincoln cuz I expected a luxury interior. What I got was the inside of an FBI car you’d see on cop shows. Really bland and boring. The only respectable American luxury brand is Cadillac. They really used to make great cars until like 20 years ago
Kamil Karwat
Kamil Karwat Pirms 44 Minūtes
Way to turn off your slovic fan base, Douglas. For anyone wanting to see vids of Eastern block vehicles, visit Motobieda channel. And no, I'm not affiliated. Also, just to add, in the EU every new vehicle must come with: first aid kit, fire extinguisher, and warning triangle.
matthew webb
matthew webb Pirms 49 Minūtes
When I think of vehicles from the 80s I think of the Suzuki samurai or dodge conversion vans😂
MrJayrock620
MrJayrock620 Pirms 50 Minūtes
Most likely those blank switches were reserved for lights and sirens, these were also used by the KGB and making 2 panels probably would cost more
Ivan C
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Lmao how is that a bad car? It’s more functional and durable than anything anyone else has built in the past few decades
roberto pierini gonzalez
roberto pierini gonzalez Pirms Stundas
The diligent watchmaker superfamily drip because shoemaker naturalistically nail without a bright forehead. round, overjoyed underclothes
Maro Vok
Maro Vok Pirms Stundas
When u gonna review their super suv LADA NIVA ?
Marcus Eubanks
Marcus Eubanks Pirms Stundas
Did u forget about the 1990 caprice body style
thevil
thevil Pirms Stundas
A lot of misinformation.
Alexey Bubryak
Alexey Bubryak Pirms Stundas
Man, you have to make video about brand new UAZ. It is the same car during last 60 years.
Super Trini Gamer
Super Trini Gamer Pirms Stundas
Great. Doug found another Eastern Bloc car to bash for absolutely zero reason other than it being eastern bloc. So what, alot of the stuff is "Very 1970s" which seems to be his only go-to nitpick, it was designed during the 1970s. Look at the caprice. That's very "1970s", but was built into the late eighties. And it's the GAZ Volga, not Volga GAZ. GAZ can mean Gazelle, and it also stands for Gorky Automobile Factory.... I swear he hasn't done any research on this car. 17:50 and there we have it. The reason for the bias and bashing.
Will Mathieson
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This IS 1960's tech not 70's and looks like a mid 60's Chev., sort of
Will Mathieson
Will Mathieson Pirms 2 Stundām
1st aid kit has KGB truth serum bottles
Martin Roos
Martin Roos Pirms 2 Stundām
but you can fit several capitalists into that soviet trunk ...
Paul K
Paul K Pirms 2 Stundām
The joys of communism. CA: "Give us communism now".
Will Mathieson
Will Mathieson Pirms 2 Stundām
How many secrets did this car hear that were forcefully removed from people held in the rear seat while KGB were persuasive?
Azhar Iqbal
Azhar Iqbal Pirms 2 Stundām
Theres just too muchh hate in this video i hate it :/
27dcx
27dcx Pirms 2 Stundām
I really, really want a UAZ "bukhanka" van, it seems absolutely excellent in it's simplicity
Cătălin
Cătălin Pirms 2 Stundām
Doug, sorry but you are just a jerk making so much fun of this car, ok we get it it's outdated for a 1988 car, but how you are exposing that makes you a big jerk.
Ronnenfelt
Ronnenfelt Pirms 3 Stundām
Poor Doug, he literally is just a clown in this one... No factual information, no solid points of view, just cheap laughs
Love Diecast Details
Love Diecast Details Pirms 3 Stundām
finish talking then laugh
Anton A.
Anton A. Pirms 3 Stundām
And speaking of it's "low" maximum speed of 140 km/h - why do you americans need it to be any higher, if the speed limits in most parts of your country is still stuck at 100-120 km/h max, and you consider exceeding that speed limit (e.g. "speeding") oh-so-unsafe? This is just a perfect car for your outdated speed laws; you'll never get a speeding ticket with it, lol
Mike Aninger
Mike Aninger Pirms 3 Stundām
I just adore how he broke himself talking about standard issue pills with a Soviet car. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
extreme8808
extreme8808 Pirms 3 Stundām
My uncle had that same Volga and we did a lot of family travels with it. I tell you what, it drinks fuel like crazy, but it was the most reliable car that any member of my family ever owned. Absolutely trouble-free for many years. And it was insanely spacious! The back seat would fit (four) people easily! That's two whole Americans! And the trunk would fit 6 people's luggage, even for a long vacation! Sure, it was noisy inside, but the ride was comfy, the seats were very soft and spongy and there was plenty of space to put your stuff eg. water bottles, coffee cups etc.
car guy newb
car guy newb Pirms 3 Stundām
Very modern for 1988 standards unlike the LS400 That came 2 years later
Mike Aninger
Mike Aninger Pirms 3 Stundām
Can you please tour this car to college campuses where students believe that communism works?
Aluminum
Aluminum Pirms 4 Stundām
Trust me, this was one of the best cars from Soviet auto industry.
Fada Te
Fada Te Pirms 4 Stundām
No traceable trace of tracing for this car trek... Computers ? Neah, gasoline is enough.
stm2stm
stm2stm Pirms 4 Stundām
My father owned one with a MB diesel engine swap :)
Данил Галкин
Данил Галкин Pirms 4 Stundām
Даёшь ещё обзоры на советский автопром! (Give me more reviews on the Soviet car industry!)
Arenfin
Arenfin Pirms 4 Stundām
Go buhanka
Pierre Dalique
Pierre Dalique Pirms 5 Stundām
Why would anyone need rear seatbelts?
Stilg1301
Stilg1301 Pirms 5 Stundām
I used to watch Doug DeMuro videos quite a bit... these days, I can't stand the forced jokes on everything, actual misunderstandings of things of his and silly (almost retarded) laughter. Sorry, not my cut of tea anymore I guess. And no, I am not Russian ;)
Lobo Estepario
Lobo Estepario Pirms 5 Stundām
I have a 1990 Mercedes S class and has the same cupholders and only the passenger visor has mirror... BTW those black pills look like carbon pills, used to control diarrhea, that can be considered an emergency XD
PyroDisco Flash
PyroDisco Flash Pirms 6 Stundām
I see this type of Government Control in Envious Liberal\Leftist eyes,all permission flows from the Government, and you must beg the Government for Permission, this car should be a prized Possession for Authoritarians in your life of what could be when they are in Charge, great Video
Ace International
Ace International Pirms 6 Stundām
No way Doug reviewed my grandpas car in US! WTFFF!
deltavee2
deltavee2 Pirms 6 Stundām
14:22 Too much "hilarity" this is where I bailed.
Jake Pertu
Jake Pertu Pirms 6 Stundām
If you loved the GAZ then you would love owning an old Holden LH Torana. If you love walking, this will break down often enough for you to appreciate nature, even when you do not want to.
MrAntennaBall
MrAntennaBall Pirms 6 Stundām
Stop laughing LOL!
victor buruian
victor buruian Pirms 6 Stundām
let’s just say she talked about it as if it had been produced in America at the time, compared to the competition.
DOSdaze
DOSdaze Pirms 6 Stundām
This was an unfortunate video to start off on with this Doug guy... really seems like a jackass that couldn't be bothered to learn the simplest things about this car or another part of the world... just "lulz its old and different"
Armorer 94
Armorer 94 Pirms 7 Stundām
The lada riva was worse. But not as bad as a zaprozhets.
Robert Robinson
Robert Robinson Pirms 7 Stundām
I would love to have that car I don't need a bunch of bullshit in a car just the basics.
1ce5oul
1ce5oul Pirms 7 Stundām
And that's what you get when you vote people who claim they can control nature... remind you something?
The000clash000
The000clash000 Pirms 7 Stundām
Unwatchable, who is this breathless fool
blue bugaboo
blue bugaboo Pirms 7 Stundām
You forgot to mention the condoms in the first aid kit!
Pat Lynch
Pat Lynch Pirms 7 Stundām
The same people making fun of this car make fun of the mainframe computer. Both did exactly what was asked of them.
Chichvarin Ivan
Chichvarin Ivan Pirms 8 Stundām
Yeah it’s all funny and all, just keep in mind that soviet automakers were constrained with the selling price of 9600rub which amounted to something around 5000$ for the new car. Lexus LS 400 that he mentioned was selling for 42000$ .
armando cardenas
armando cardenas Pirms 8 Stundām
There were two of them in my family , the old one was may favorite .
Pat Lynch
Pat Lynch Pirms 8 Stundām
Car doesn't look that bad really. If you read about Russian engineering (cars and planes) you come to appreciate how easy they are to work on and they start in the cold.
Name
Name Pirms 8 Stundām
what is wrong with pills? only the problem is taht nobody cares to update them if they expire :) but maybe you need like what if htere is headache? you take a pill and go on :)
Name
Name Pirms 8 Stundām
mirror for only passanger I have seen in many non soviet cars also.
Dávid Kalló
Dávid Kalló Pirms 8 Stundām
I got a European car from the early 70s but everything is better in/on/about it.
adtfor
adtfor Pirms 9 Stundām
24-10 actually makes sense, there is whole system for all Soviet cars, which is still in use, first digit means range of max weight of the car, other digits is type of the car and modifications, for example VAZ 2101, KAMAZ 4310
Ivailo Stoilov
Ivailo Stoilov Pirms 9 Stundām
The pills are, if you going too drunk, it is activated carbon, also works for fake alcohol.
Alex Kashitsky
Alex Kashitsky Pirms 9 Stundām
even today, in 2021 i would love to drive this instead of newest mercedes benz.
Darko Srbis
Darko Srbis Pirms 9 Stundām
Worth car presentation ever. Maybe start to shooting videos hoh to boil a water or making popcor, Stay out of cars
FarAboveDaCloudz
FarAboveDaCloudz Pirms 9 Stundām
In Soviet Russia, Car drives You.
Davesnothere Man
Davesnothere Man Pirms 10 Stundām
Man I want to watch this.....but 3 min in....I just cannot stand listening to this guy anymore. Clearly there are 3.93M people out there that know something that I don't.
deefenbaker one
deefenbaker one Pirms 11 Stundām
Sometimes I stop watching Doug. Am I a bad person?
Craig Kaschan
Craig Kaschan Pirms 11 Stundām
I don’t see what’s so funny better than all the electronic crap on cars today that fucks up all the time.
winfried kloeser
winfried kloeser Pirms 11 Stundām
I had the chance to ride in one of these cars. It was very basic and was not impressive at all. The majoraty of these cars that I saw in ukraine , only had half the door panels. I was there in 1991. At first I thougt it was an old 60s car, but was told it was only a few years old. It reminded me of the old 60s ford comet. About the first aid kit. In russia at the time every ambulance had a doctor in it capable of doing surgery. They did not always have all the supplies they needed and you would supply your own meds. Thus the doc could grab the first aid kit. Also I rarely saw one that ran on more than three cylinders. Hope thats some useful info.
abdul abdanahib
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What you've been doing in Ukraine?
Kate K
Kate K Pirms 11 Stundām
From now on only all dislikes for all your videos.... you just showed us all what a douch you are....
Kate K
Kate K Pirms 12 Stundām
You are laughing doug every minute about it.... so dumb..... I bet you wouldn’t survive one year living back in Soviet Union..... be glad that you are in US and it’s 2020 not 1980s..... easy life for you.....
valiko valiko
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18:12 "It never really got warm in communist Russia" I can't tell if he's being serious, but based on the obnoxious yet seemingly sincere tone of the video, I'll assume he really is. Despite the political party in power, it really did get warm in the country quite a lot you clown. Do at least a little research. This is a fascinating vehicle despite (Maybe even because of) its flaws, and there is much to say about it beyond idiotic giggles. Shame
Cher Ami
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The reason the radio antenna went down is because people would steal them. It's also why you took your windshield wipers with you whenever you left your car. If I'm not mistaken it was the law in some Eastern European countries under Soviet control for cars to have emergency kits.
thirteen37
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"Ha-ha, imagine, who would want a FREE FIRST AID KIT in Soviet Russia, where there were bad to literally no roads and extremely harsh climate conditions, it makes absolutely no sense am I right guys? Just how hilarious is it??? Ha-ha-ha"
CHALK772
CHALK772 Pirms 12 Stundām
That liquid is definitely vodka!!
Dushan Milinovich
Dushan Milinovich Pirms 12 Stundām
Yah. It suited USSR. It feels like the future US car in a green economy.
C.D.Wolf
C.D.Wolf Pirms 12 Stundām
This guy seems to think that just because it's Russian it's stupid. Not every vehicle Russian or otherwise is like American vehicles. But this bozo seems to think that just because it's different it's garbage. Pretty narrow minded if you ask me.
georgianborat
georgianborat Pirms 12 Stundām
If you had that car in the USSR you were filthy rich. Oddly it was also used as a taxi.
baarai
baarai Pirms 12 Stundām
Cars in the USSR were built for rough conditions, ie unpaved roads, weather, etc. Simplicity of design helps driver keep car maintained. USSR didn't have services (hospitals etc) in abundance like in the USA. This car will probably be around for a very long time.
Чёрный Плащ
Чёрный Плащ Pirms 13 Stundām
Чёрные таблетки это ремни безопасности для задних пассажиров
Neil Foster
Neil Foster Pirms 13 Stundām
When you consider that back in the 80's most Soviet roads were little more than dirt tracks except in towns and cities, this car would be quite adequate for daily transport.
John Dix
John Dix Pirms 13 Stundām
I love soviet era cars
Xavier Contreras
Xavier Contreras Pirms 13 Stundām
These cars along with ladas and moscovitch keep running in cuba.
tkeus991
tkeus991 Pirms 13 Stundām
Pompous fool
Srdjan Vujosevic
Srdjan Vujosevic Pirms 13 Stundām
very arrogant....
Arrhur Dunlap
Arrhur Dunlap Pirms 13 Stundām
Many times, especially concerning cars and me,, less is better.
Kumar Iyer
Kumar Iyer Pirms 13 Stundām
liquified polonium included in the first aid kits......just in case needed to flavor a hot cup of tea!
thedog556
thedog556 Pirms 13 Stundām
The equivalent to this car would be one of the k cars, like the Dodge Aries. Want to guess how much horsepower that made? Anywhere between 65-100 horsepower. 0-60 in about 15 seconds, carbureted of course. Comparing this car to an ls400 is disingenuous at best. Similarly, cassette decks were relatively uncommon until the 80's anywhere, and rear seatbelts weren't compulsory equipment until roughly this period anywhere. The UK didn't mandate them until 1986. India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and many other developing nations still don't mandate rear seatbelts or package them outside of luxury cars. Similarly, the aries had no door storage and had an even worse interior. Also I don't see the hilarity of including acetaminophen and iodine in an 80's first aid kit. Also, about the build and driving experience, the lack of power steering, the high ride height and soft suspension are all due to necessity. Many of the roads in russia and eastern europe are still underdeveloped to this day. You need a simple, rugged, reliable and easily repairable vehicle for those conditions
Samuel Duval
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In soviet russia, cars prescribe pills to you.
Kyle
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There's nothing wrong with this car, and a lot of western cars made at the same year were much worse. But Doug is not a real journalist, he just regurgitates stereotypes to get attention.
Dustin Anderson
Dustin Anderson Pirms 14 Stundām
all i see with that car medkit is ... Welcome to Tarkov. @pestily @aquafps @deadlyslob
musicper550
musicper550 Pirms 14 Stundām
These Volgas are amazing, bulletproof, they were used as taxis well into 00's. They could be fixed anywhere (even has a little light under the hood, no other car does) and you could help others in case of an accident (that little first aid kit has everything). What a know-nothing bozo!
joe crachemontange
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My 78 chevy had a light under the hood as most cars back then.
kik Urass
kik Urass Pirms 15 Stundām
They couldn't even get the name right, it's spelled Vulgar, not Volga.
Mike Stutt
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Yeah, I kinda agree with other critiques of your review of this car. Western lux it isn’t, it never was expected to be compared that way. It’s construction is likely way below western manufacture standards too. So ok, fine it’s a poor cousin to western cars of the same era. But that first aid kit, comes in mighty handy when the nearest EMT services are over an hour away, if at all. That switched light under the hood, nice to have. The ‘cloth’ strap, looks more like a woven copper or steel grounding strap, perhaps that’s a single wire hot lead to that light? The lack of a tach? If you drive a stick, you know when to shift; it’s not necessary like it seems to be in Fast&Furious. The other gauges, easily read, and understood. They’re not info hogs. That battery gauge is more likely showing you the generator status, is it charging the system or discharging. And those air control knobs, simple fresh/hot mixing controls. There’s not a part on that car that you couldn’t put a wrench on yourself and fix. That’s a dying art with today’s cars. I’d say it compares to a late production year VW Beetle than a Lexus.
Kenneth Vaughan
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In ussr, you had one priority and one priority only ... not to improve anything, but rather to keep yourself, your supervisor, and your work group THE HELL out of trouble with The Party. Period. That’s it; and it’s all that matters. The modern capitalist mind has great difficulty understanding the economic realities of the communist system of the cold-war soviet union ... it was this way most of my life, until Reagan and Thatcher used the “arms race” to cause the Soviets to spend themselves into bankruptcy and oblivion, culminating in the fall of the Berlin wall, and the ultimate dissolution of the USSR. I doubt this is even taught in modern U.S. public schools.
Paweł Piłat
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Those blank switches at 9:45 might be for additional equipment (police, KGB etc) idk if this particular model was used by them, but the factory made other cars for them with beefed up engines.
Kyle
Kyle Pirms 15 Stundām
This is no different from many cheap cars sold all over europe in that time. This looks like a good experience, with good engineering. Like a luxury Skoda from the same era
Felipe Cardoza
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Wanted to know more about this neat car, but yer too frikkin annoying in your panning it. Couldn't continue watching.
Roche
Roche Pirms 15 Stundām
Communism is so progressive. Progressivism is so commie.
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