Daewoo Lacetti

Daewoo Lacetti is a compact car is made in the South Korean automaker GM Daewoo since 2002. First-generation Lacetti was available on four-door sedan, five-door hatchback or station wagon with five doors. Sedan and station wagons are designed by Pininfarina and the tailgate is Giugiaro. Hatchback, which is known as Lacetti5 South Korea, was introduced in the summer of 2004. In November 2008, the second generation was launched as Lacetti Lacetti Premiere is a distinctive engineering version of the Chevrolet Cruze - even if developed by GM Daewoo and Chevrolet.

South Korea, Daewoo Nubira 4-door was launched in 2002. 5-door hatchback sedan showed a 2004 facelift, which consisted mostly of a new front grille, the passage of three of the company's simple barbecue Daewoo, Chevrolet style barbecue. Sedan name was Lacetti5 offers a specially designed front and rear fascia. The station wagon version, called simply Nubira Station Wagon was introduced in late 2007 - strangely as they had been sold in many other countries. It was the instrument panel of the front door and sedan. Meanwhile, GM Daewoo has introduced the VM Motori diesel engines Lacetti range.When the Lacetti Premiere was introduced in November 2008, sales and the family sedan pulled out, leaving only the sedan range, Lacetti name EX. The EX Lacetti was abandoned in October 2009.

Australia and New Zealand, the map Daewoo Lacetti sold between 2003 and 2004, a four-door sedan. Under the Asian economic crisis was technically insolvent Daewoo and the company withdrew from the Australian market.Since 2005, the Lacetti (sedan and station wagon) and Lacetti5 sold as the Holden Viva. It was introduced in about the same time that the Daewoo Gentra Holden Barina base. Unlike the current Barina, however, Viva would be less than the premium Holden Astra as a budget alternative. Although Viva lower price compared to the Astra (AUD $ 17,990 compared to AUD $ 21,990), the Astra is still top of the Viva by a factor of about two to one. With the launch of the new Holden Cruze all mid-2009, the Viva is no longer sold in Australia.

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