In 1990, the Moskvich 2142 sedan was introduced to the public, but the car never went into the series. But in 1998, on the basis of it, they began to produce an elongated model "Prince Vladimir" (index 2142R5). From 2142, this model was fundamentally different in the design of the front of the body with the new lighting company "Hella". The car was lengthened due to a tie-in in the middle of the body, and a bit due to the increased trunk. Overall dimensions: length 4710 mm, width 1690 mm, height 1400 mm. The body of the model received its own floor panels, roofs and sidewalls. The asset of this car is a solid appearance, a comfortable interior and a wheelbase increased by 200 mm. A soft armrest, reclining from the back of the seat, helps to sit comfortably in the rear seats. In the ceiling - individual ceiling lighting, on the doors - power windows buttons.
A few words about the luggage compartment sedan. The huge lid opens up unobstructed access to the roomy luggage compartment. You will not have to throw a pokazhu across a high side - the lower line of the opening is lowered to the level of the bumper.
The car had excellent dynamic performance, good stability on the road and high traffic. This contributed to the 2-liter, 112-horsepower engine Renault F3R.
The following equipment was installed on Prince Vladimir: power steering ZF, air conditioning, electric exterior mirrors, electric windows, central door locking, stereo with CD player, alloy wheels.
All were released about one and a half thousand of these sedans. The car was removed from production in 2002.