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Engineers from the company “Automobile Technologies” have been manufacturing the car since the end of May this year. Alexander Vinogradov, an expert from the magazine “Behind the Wheel”, expressed his opinion on the quality of the car. First of all, the specialist noted good controllability, which did not affect the smoothness of the ride. According to Vinogradov, this is due to the suspension with hydraulic travel limiters.

The expert also reported that the crossover handles potholes well when driving on uneven road surfaces. Another advantage, the expert said, is the combination of a 1.6-liter engine with 175 horsepower and an eight-speed automatic transmission Aisin. Unlike many Chinese units, this engine and gearbox work very smoothly. In addition, the ergonomics of the car’s interior earned a positive assessment.

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Among the disadvantages, Vinogradov noted the rear sofa, which took the place of three chairs, inconvenient climate control via the central display, as well as insufficient functionality of the multimedia system. In addition, the expert said that 4.3 million rubles is too high a price for a mid-size crossover with front-wheel drive.

The day before, an expert spoke about the shortcomings of the Omoda C5 crossover. The official dealer listed the main problems of the Chinese model.

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