Such a problem is mainly the result of a poor collaboration between the parent manufacturer and its dealership network but the company told Reuters that the results of a further investigations will be revealed in December.
"This news once again confirms that AvtoVAZ badly needs to improve its internal efficiency if it intends to turn its performance around," analysts from VTB Capital said in a statement for the aforementioned source.
Renault, who holds a 25 percent stake in the Russian carmaker, agreed earlier this month to collaborate with AvtoVAZ on a number of projects and supply technology to the company for the production of five new models.
The five models will be produced by 2014, the source wrote. AvtoVAZ plans to roll out around 445,000 cars next year, an increase of 145,000 from this year's production goal. AvtoVAZ will provide 25 percent of the funding while Renault and Nissan will contribute with the remaining 75 percent.
"Despite what I'm often hearing, we don't want the Lada brand to disappear ... We are transferring our technology to AvtoVAZ and I'm confident that new high-quality Russian cars will be leaving the assembly lines of AvtoVAZ starting from 2012," Renault Senior Vice President Christian Esteve said according to Itar-Tass news agency.