PAZ-3205 is a common Soviet midibus model made by the Pavlovo Bus Factory, it is common in Russia and other Eastern-European countries as both a low-intensity route public bus and as a hearse. Model 3205 was launched on December 1, 1989, replacing a similarly specified PAZ-672 (a 1968 model).
PAZ buses are mainly used for urban Marshrutki, rural and regional services. Current PAZ buses are equipped with 120-140 horsepower Russian (ZMZ) or Belorussian (MMZ) diesel or petrol Euro III emission compliant engines, and have maximum speed of 90 km/h. PAZ is also offering installation of Hino Motors, Cummins, Andoria and BAMO imported engines for rear wheel drive models. Major current modifications include:
|PAZ-3205 (base, single accordion door)||130||3600||7000×2520×2960||5170/8155||36/28||One, 726 mm wide|
|PAZ-32051 (base, double accordion doors)||130||3600||7000×2520×2960||5130/8185||35/24||Two, 726 mm wide each|
|PAZ-3206 (all wheel drive)||130||3600||7000×2520×3105||5395/7240||-/28||One, 726 mm wide|
|PAZ-4234(stretched wheelbase)||136||4345||8165×2520×2960||5860/9485||50/30||Two, 726 mm wide each|