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DAEWOO Nubira   2000 2003
2000 2003

A good-looking car offered for an attractive price, the facelifted version of the first generation released in 1997 was unveiled to the public in 2000.
The nameplate of “Nubira” meant “to go everywhere” in Korean, and that was the purpose of the model: to offer great reliability and style at a good price.

For 2000, the Nubira featured lots of modifications, no less than 90. The front and the rear were redesigned to look more modern and the side mirrors were larger for increased visibility. New fabrics were used for the cabin, as well as new seats were installed for enhanced comfort. Safety was also improved with the new child seat-tether anchors and three-point belts for all 3 positions.

Handling was improved with a rear stabiliser bar and the suspension became firmer.

The Daewoo Nubira was available in two trim levels: SE and CDX. With the base level SE, the customers got a 6-speaker sound system, a height adjustable seat and 4-wheel disc brakes. Power windows, mirrors and locks, as well as keyless entry, fog lights, a car alarm and a tilt steering wheel could be added through an optional convenience package for an extra fee.

With the better equipped CDX, the Nubira came with air-conditioning, alloy wheels, cruise control, antilock brakes and optional leather upholstery and a moonroof.

A single engine was available with the 2000 model, an Australian 2.0-liter unit that developed 129 hp. The powerplant was mated with a standard 5-speed manual transmission or an optional automatic gearbox.

Full Description and Technical Specifications
DAEWOO Nubira   1997 1999
1997 1999

he Nubira was first launched in 1997 and was produced until 1999.
It was developed as a replacement for the Opel based-platform Daewoo Nexia/Cielo and was designed by the Italian I.DE.A. Institute. Technically a compact, its exterior size is close to a mid-size sedan. “Nubira” comes from a Korean expression meaning “to go anywhere.”

Its design is not the most appealing, but it looks comfortable and reliable. The car was produced as a 4-door sedan, a 5-door hatchback and a 5-door station wagon. It was available with 1.6L and 2.0L gasoline engines and customers could choose between a 4-speed automatic or a 5-speed manual transmission.

The Nubira came with 6 different trim levels: SE, EuroSunHatch, SX, SE, X-Series and CDX. The standard features of the SE included a radio and cassette player with a 4-speaker sound system, A/C, and central locking. While the SX was not equipped with A/C, it had a 6-speaker sound system, CD player and powered windows.

The CDX trim level added alloy wheels and the interior trim was upgraded. The Nubira EuroSunHatch featured a folding sunroof that extended to the rear passenger seats. Safety wise, the only available systems were the front airbags and ABS. Overall, the car offered fair options for its price.

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