Russian Car Quality Proudly Displayed

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Another fine example that things break easier and faster in Russia.

Russia may be known for lots of things: vodka, the Kremlin, Soviet-era Gulags, former KGB agents, more vodka.... But another thing the former communist superpower is famous for is making really, really crappy cars. As if their sub-standard build quality wasn't enough, Russian cars have harsh winters and even harsher drivers to contend with. So it never comes as much of a surprise when they break down. This brief seven-second clip is all it takes to illustrate that point.

The brave Russian citizen in this video apparently wanted to show just how solid his car is, but things went a little different went he gave his bumper a light kick.

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