Muscovite is an abundance of booming plastic, the shade of which, depending on the year of manufacture, ranged from light brown to gray-black. “Oak” head restraints, obvious ergonomic punctures, such as “control keys” hidden “behind the wheel” and a roof hanging over the driver like the visor of a Georgian cap.
The objective advantages of Moskvich include a spacious interior – at least when compared with other Soviet cars. That is why the “forty-first” at the time of its release was considered a car of a higher class than the VAZ satellites, but the poor workmanship, rotting body and many other “charms” soon made this car a kind of outcast, which if bought, then from hopelessness. Continue reading