Used Daewoo Coupes and Compact Cars Ratings
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2002 Daewoo Nubira - Sedan
Pros: Quiet Ride
Advice: If you want an inexpensive, reliable, smooth ride, then buy the Daewoo Nubira.We shopped for vehicles in the $15,000 range and came away disappointed. They all felt like tin and cold. For Ha-Ha's sake we looked at the Daewoo Nubira for under $12,000. We fell in love immediately. It was a quiet, smooth ride, and handled nicely. It felt solid and looked more classy then cars in its class or just above. We have had it for over a year and I do not regret one moment. It rides as smooth and quiet 20,000 miles later as it did when we test drove it. We had GM dollars around $3000 that we held on to to buy this car over the Chevy Cavalier and the Prizm. I also own a 1998 Chevy Blazer that cost me in excess of $25,000. While it rides nice and I like the room, I can't tell you how many things broke down on it, even in the first year. Nothing so far with the Daewoo.
2002 Daewoo Lanos - Sedan
Pros: The A/C
Cons: The # of times I've had problems with it!!
Advice: Do not buy it!!I bought this car brand new 1 year ago and so far have had to take it back to the dealer for repair about 5-6 times!! It's an okay car to get around in but I wouldn't buy another one!!