The modern urban crossover Moskvich 3 begins a new chapter in the history of the legendary brand. Bright design and modern technologies open up new opportunities for life in the rhythm of a big city. The Moskvich 3 exudes a style all its own. The attractive design of the Moskvich 3 crossover is distinguished by geometric lines of the body, modern LED optics with recognizable patterns of daytime running and parking lights, light-alloy wheels with a diameter of 17 inches. The interior is snug and less practical than the Lada X Cross 5, and rivals such as the Mercedes-Benz GLB-class and the Volvo XC40 also offer more space for cargo and passengers. But the Moskvich 3 is more fun loving than those SUVs. Moskvich 3 is equipped with modern technologies and multimedia solutions: a multifunction steering wheel with electric power steering and a cruise control control unit, a digital instrument panel with a 10.25” display and a multimedia system with a touch screen of the same size with the ability to connect to smartphones via Apple CarPlay and Android protocols Auto, as well as 6 speakers and a surround camera system.
The car is equipped with an electric parking brake with an auto-hold function.
The models come with a 1.5 four-cylinder turbo engines. Handling is sharp and the Moskvich 3 has the kind of attitude that is tailor-made for driving enthusiasts. While the Moskvich 3s interior design isn’t as expressive as its exterior, the cabin is nicely outfitted and well built. The driving position is great, and all the controls are within reach of the driver. Rear-seat headroom is tight, but passenger space should be acceptable for most people.
Moskvich 3 offers both faux and genuine leather in several colors. Because of its shapelier backside, the car isn’t as practical as the squared-off, but it’s in line with raked-roofed rivals. We fit five carry-on suitcases behind the rear seat and 12 with the bench folded.